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    Rotating Data Encryption - made easy!

    There was a query about checking for data alteration from applications such as "Memory Editors"

    As these are based on searching for common values (such as a specific high score - 976521) it finds them and edits them!

    This is a simple script which encrypts any data, stores and and can be retrieved from other frames (uses global strings)

    It also changes the encryption of the data as much as you want (by default it is on a "Always" function but is easily changed!

    Furthermore, the second encryption codes are created at the start of the application, so every application is unique with its own encryption codes, and are destroyed at the end of the application! Just making it even harder for those pesky hackers!

    Instructions found in the event editor!
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    Re: Rotating Data Encryption - made easy!

    why is one group locked?? whats the point in posting an example if we can't see how it works...

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    Re: Rotating Data Encryption - made easy!

    ok, you got a point! i did that so people wouldnt try and hack the encryption, but then again its better for people to learn!

    Included on this post is an unlocked version!
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    Re: Rotating Data Encryption - made easy!

    if security was that simple, MS and other companies would use it. Unfortunately, you are constantly changing the ram so its doing alot of reading and writing, you should slow it down a bit to stop it from over-use.
    And apart from this, using special program, you can `pause` the application, find the changing memory (wouldnt be too hard, read the RAM and look at the bit that constantly changes), decompile the program to find out how the encryption works, encrypt your new value using the current key and such, change the RAM to have your new value, unpause the application and the new value has been injected into the program.
    Obvesly most people wouldnt dream of doing anything like that as they dont understand it and they cant be bothered to work it out just so they have a high online score from breakout or some other game.

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    Re: Rotating Data Encryption - made easy!

    yeah but thats the idea, people wouldn't go to that much effort just for a little game, but data can easily altered if no security is added! This technique isn't for major professionals, but for something with online games scores etc it should be fine!

    I only used the always condition to demonstrate how fast it can be changed! As i put in the comments you would change this to a timed event!

    Just trying to help! lol

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    Re: Rotating Data Encryption - made easy!

    yeh, for a simple game score, this is perfect, but for secure credit card authourisation... dont make your own program, use something that has a hugely stupid amount of encryption, like 4096 bit DES encryption (for people that say it isnt possible: IT IS. Win Server 2003 can generate keys upto 16000 bit or something rediculous, but you would need 40GB of ram and 60 processes to be able to decrypt and re-encrypt in realtime... you would also need an enormous internet connections (10Gbps maybe)

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