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Discussion in 'Archive' started by DaJeroen, Jan 4, 2017.

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  1. DaJeroen

    DaJeroen Well-Known Member

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    Recommended would be to add /snow true - /snow false for the admin rank :=)

    Thanks in advance!

    Note: I mean snow on the ground not the weather type!
     
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    officialredalex New Member

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    That would require client side memory editing, which could be possible by triggering a Client Event for all Clients that searches for that specific memory pattern and modifies it. But I don't know if JavaScript allows for memory editing.
     
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    Of course no, and that's not a good Idea for security ...
     
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    That's C++ Talk.

    EDIT:
    I see there is a setWeather command.(https://wiki.gtanet.work/index.php?title=setWeather) and that command has a snowy option under the weather IDs(https://wiki.gtanet.work/index.php?title=Weather) it is possible.

    EDIT: Oh I see the actual snow on the ground.
     
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    This command only makes it snow it does not put snow on the ground
     
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    Sure but not on the client, that would be a huge security risk.
     
  8. DaJeroen

    DaJeroen Well-Known Member

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    Let's hope we find another way then :=P
     
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    yeah of course, i say it because he say that editing memory is a "c++ talk" ;-)
     
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    n0minal Well-Known Member

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    You didn't get it yet? There will never be a way to modify the client's memory, if there was, I could simply write an ASM exploit to erase your whole HDD when you connect to my server for example, that's known as security issue, that's why they use JS as a client API instead of C#.

    You can use embedded assembly instructions for C, C#, C++, Java, and many other languages, also there are even native functions like WriteProcessMemory that does it in some of those languages, it's not a exclusive feature of C++
     
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    DaJeroen Well-Known Member

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    Yes, I did get it. No need to be so rude... I was talking about another way as in not modifying client memory.
     
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    MissMelissa New Member

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    It's not impossible that this "memory editing" is also something that a native can achieve. There are a lot of natives that we don't know the name of yet, we only have the hashes.
     
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    n0minal Well-Known Member

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    I didn't mean to be rude bro, you got me wrong, I'm sorry anyways.
     
  14. DaJeroen

    DaJeroen Well-Known Member

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    All good :=)
     
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