Valhalla Legends Forums Archive | WoW General Discussion | WoW Remote Guild Chat Bot

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Intangiranyone else interested in making a wow remote guild chat bot?

i want to make one that can manage guild features/information
like member info, voting, group making, etc

i wonder if anyone else has started working on this? im trying to setup a way to capture packets for the wow remote app on my android, no luck yet

i was also wondering if anyone has heard if they will make a web based version (so far they seem to only have an iphone, and android version instead)

this would be an ideal botting platform to interface with your wow guild if we can reverse it or tap in somewhere..
April 27, 2011, 01:37 PM
MyndFyreBefore JinxBot was for Battle.net, it was for WoW.  I had it working from 1.4 to 1.15 (IIRC), but after 1.11 I couldn't get Warden to work, so it kicked me off after ignoring it for 3 minutes.  It was pretty cool... it could read the .DBC files and display linked items, etc.

I could probably do Warden at this point but I don't have time.  I'm getting married this weekend, I'd rather play Starcraft 2, I have my full time job + contract work... 
April 27, 2011, 01:47 PM
SixenI doubt they'll put it on the website.
Before JinxBot was for Battle.net, it was for WoW.  I had it working from 1.4 to 1.15 (IIRC), but after 1.11 I couldn't get Warden to work, so it kicked me off after ignoring it for 3 minutes.  It was pretty cool... it could read the .DBC files and display linked items, etc.

I could probably do Warden at this point but I don't have time.  I'm getting married this weekend, I'd rather play Starcraft 2, I have my full time job + contract work... 
I remember JB for WoW, that was so awesome, :P. And congrats again~
April 27, 2011, 04:12 PM
Intangirwell i managed to get the wow remote app onto an android live CD booted environment, running on a virtual box

so i could dump its packets, it looks like alot of plain text, probably easily reversable

i also found out you can totally decompile the source for android apps into java ;)

so im going to do that tonight, this looks like it will go easily enough so far

no warden either
April 28, 2011, 03:50 PM
Joe[x86]
well i managed to get the wow remote app onto an android live CD booted environment, running on a virtual box

so i could dump its packets, it looks like alot of plain text, probably easily reversable

i also found out you can totally decompile the source for android apps into java ;)

so im going to do that tonight, this looks like it will go easily enough so far

no warden either


I can imagine they just used XML or JSON. I don't know that they'd feel the need to encrypt the protocol at all, since it can't control toons or play the game.
May 01, 2011, 03:47 PM
Sixen
well i managed to get the wow remote app onto an android live CD booted environment, running on a virtual box

so i could dump its packets, it looks like alot of plain text, probably easily reversable

i also found out you can totally decompile the source for android apps into java ;)

so im going to do that tonight, this looks like it will go easily enough so far

no warden either


I can imagine they just used XML or JSON. I don't know that they'd feel the need to encrypt the protocol at all, since it can't control toons or play the game.
Actually yeah, that is a good point. It is essentially, CHAT for WoW. When you login to the game with it, it shows your character as being in a "Remote Location."

EDIT: Intangir, any chance you can post the packetlog? I'd like to check it out. Essentially, we can make an actual WoW Chat Bot. The only reason why we can't communicate with other people through whispers and stuff is just because the UI doesn't allow for it... I believe.
May 02, 2011, 12:08 PM
SNiFFeRI'm also interested in this and would like to check out the packet log.May 11, 2011, 12:19 PM
SixenYay? Nay?May 28, 2011, 03:40 PM
RebbyLG CookieAugust 29, 2010, 07:21 am
Falcon[anti-yL]I just got the new Samsung Vibrant for Tmobile, and so far the screen is absolutely amazing.September 06, 2010, 03:25 pm
brewEnjoy your smartphones while they last. None of them will be relevant after they're forced to drop the ARM architecture.
Apple now has a 65% share in ARM Holdings, LTD.
We are going to experience our first taste of unnovation pretty soon. Don't you just love fascism?
September 06, 2010, 05:23 pm
Invert
Enjoy your smartphones while they last. None of them will be relevant after they're forced to drop the ARM architecture.
Apple now has a 65% share in ARM Holdings, LTD.
We are going to experience our first taste of unnovation pretty soon. Don't you just love fascism?


Your statement is stupid to me. I'll explain a little bit.

1. Profitable company A buys profitable company B. Profitable company A kills profitable company B's business so that profitable company B is no longer profitable and profitable company A is a little bit more profitable for a short time. <- Bad business.

2. ARM architecture was once used for PC's but was dominated by the x86 ISA. Nothing will stop the same from happening if Apple cuts off the licencing. HTC, Dell, Sony, Nokia, Samsung, Texas Instruments, Qualcomm etc... will not stop making products. The scary thing for Apple is that these companies can join forces and invest into the x86/x86-64 architecture. Companies licence these technologies for years, there would be a healthy buffer time for them to make the switch.

3. Anti-competitive aspects of an ARM takeover by Apple is nothing that the FTC and EU will ignore. Simply put, this will never happen. Oh, and this is still only a rumor.

4. MG Siegler is the worst tech writer on the INTERNET! No, really. All of his posts on TechCtunch must be taken with a gain of salt.

5. I like listing things in numerical order.
September 06, 2010, 08:45 pm
brew
Enjoy your smartphones while they last. None of them will be relevant after they're forced to drop the ARM architecture.
Apple now has a 65% share in ARM Holdings, LTD.
We are going to experience our first taste of unnovation pretty soon. Don't you just love fascism?

Your statement is stupid to me. I'll explain a little bit.


I'd like you to name a single architecture that comes anything close to ARM in terms of power per watt.

My statement was logical in nature:
1. Apple buys ARM
2. Apple kills all licenses used for Android phones
3. Android vendors switch to a more inefficient processor
4. Apple tells their fans they've innovated, their new processor is _oh so efficient_ and their battery lasts for X + (rand() & 7) hours longer than any other phone with more processing power too
5. Consumers see the iPhone as a superior option (which it is now because of its superior architecture)
6. Nobody buys those other shitty phones, voila
7. Apple has a Monopoly.

Do you see how all of a sudden technology and innovation was reduced thanks to patent law? This is unnovation.
September 07, 2010, 05:36 am
Newby
My statement was logical in nature


Congratulations, you've danced on the concept of validity vs soundness.

Let's see if you can figure out why your argument will never be sound in anyone's mind. I'll give you a hint: speculative reason.

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Speculative reason is contemplative, detached, and certain, whereas practical reason is engaged, involved, active, and dependent upon the specifics of the situation.




I have an iPhone 3G, and am switching to a Droid X. I can't wait to have a phone that isn't crap!
September 08, 2010, 05:10 pm