[opensource] Fwd: [Osu-ctf] December 2nd -- Video Game Hacking

Chris Wallace cbwcjw at gmail.com
Mon Dec 1 10:01:36 EST 2014


Oh goodness.

They happen at 7:00pm on Tuesdays, in Dreese 263 or 264 or 266.
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-chris

On 12/01/2014 09:59 AM, Malkan, Nikit R. wrote:
> Hello Chris,
> 
> The email sent does not contain any details about when or where the
> event will be held.
> 
> Thanks,
> ​ -- Nikit Malkan
>    निकीत मलकान
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> *From:* Chris Wallace <mailto:cbwcjw at gmail.com>
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> *To:* opensource at cse.ohio-state.edu <mailto:opensource at cse.ohio-state.edu>
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> -------- Forwarded Message --------
> Subject: [Osu-ctf] December 2nd -- Video Game Hacking
> Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2014 19:34:29 +0000
> From: Toterhi, John V <TOTERHIJ at battelle.org>
> To: osu-ctf at lists.osu.edu <osu-ctf at lists.osu.edu>
> 
> Hey everyone!
> 
> I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving!
> 
> Just a reminder that we'll be covering Video Game Hacking concepts at
> our next meeting on December 2nd.  Please invite anyone you think might
> be interested.
> 
> We're going to use HackSlashLoot (free demo at HackSlashLoot.com) as an
> example target.  We'll cover direct memory modification, DLL injection,
> what happens when a process is loading into memory, and we'll write a
> basic trainer which will allow us to change our player's health.  But
> why stop there?  We'll expand this example to hit our enemies for 21
> Million damage (a modest increase from ~5 base damage), and teleport
> around the map!
> 
> It should be a lot of fun, and also lead well into December 9th's talk
> on x86 by example, where we'll get down and dirty in a debugger solving
> some crackme binaries.
> 
> Here's what we'll be using on December 2nd, just in case you want to
> download and install it before the meeting:
> 1. Visual Studio Express C++ (to compile our trainer)
> 2. CheatEngine 6.4 (for memory analysis, cheatengine.org)
> 3. Windows demo of HackSlashLoot (hackslashloot.com)
> 
> I'll have boilerplate code, final source code, pre-compiled binaries,
> and everything we'll need for our project.  If you don't have experience
> with C/C++, Visual Studio, or CheatEngine don't worry! That's kind of
> the point anyway!  As usual, you can show up and participate or just
> observe.  If you'd like to follow along and expand the example trainer,
> please have a computer with Windows and Visual Studio Express C++
> installed. A Windows VM will work great too.
> 
> If you have any questions, please ask.  I'll see you all on Hack Night! :)
> 
> John Toterhi
> Cyber Computer Scientist
> Cyber Innovations - Mission Focused Tools
> Office: 614.424.3681 | Fax: 614.458.3681
> toterhij at battelle.org<mailto:toterhij at battelle.org>
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