[Release] RepairTool

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    struct { int:-!!(1); } Aesir is offline
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    [Release] RepairTool

    [Release] RepairTool
    A little present from me.

    For set it up for your server:

    1) Compile the HashGen project, open it and in the console write your client directory (ex. "C:\Users\Dummy\Desktop\Client") and press enter
    2) In the client folder will be generated a file called hashlist.txt, copy it in a folder of your web server
    3) Upload the client to the server and unpack it in a folder of the webserver, at this point you should have 2 path of your website, like "http://myServer.net/Client/" where are stored the client files and another called like "http://myServer.net/hashlist.txt" (you're free to change the folder names)
    4) Open the file Core.cs, in the AceRepairTool project and change (on line 23) the URL variable with the client files url and the variable HashListURL (on line 24) with the hash list file address
    5) Compile the AceRepairTool project and test it


    I don't need to give credits, you'll find them in the source code ;)

    Download

    Cheerz, Aesir
    Last edited by Aesir; 29-06-16 at 12:51 AM.


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    [Release] RepairTool St34lth4ng3l is offline
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    Re: [Release] RepairTool

    You could just ask me for the original files...

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    Re: [Release] RepairTool

    Quote Originally Posted by bergi9 View Post
    You could just ask me for the original files...
    How could i know that was from you? xD
    I was cleaning the HDD and i decided to release it here instead of trash it ;)



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