Using discord to crack games.

>look for warez communities
>they're all on discord
>you know... that platform that requires a phone number nowadays

And they wonder why less and less cracks are being released for Denuvo. kek

I was expecting to pull out my list of onions or a p2p client or something. Or even check if zeronet was still alive. Or a BBS. Or even an IRC (if they were insane because it's also shit).
Holy fark this new gen of crackers are literally insane.
You can literally string search this shit on google.

I've seen twitch streamers with more gatekeeping than this.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous
  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Unrelated but now that you mention it many games have Discord integration, you could probably use the Discord integration as an entrypoint to develop cheats

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I meant talking and collaborating through discord.

      I was panicking a bit because darker communities are all dead... but now I realise they're just on public forums that sell your data to glowBlack folk.

      I was about to look into phreaking too.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Also you know the world is bleak if you have to hack your game just to remove corporate malware from it.
    It's not even about piracy anymore. Frick.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    why did you have to post her? 🙁

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Because coffee is good for you.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I don't want to forget.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Take your vidya game bullshit to
      Wrong board

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO YOU CAN'T DISCUSS CRACKS
        Go back where you belong

        [...]

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It's easier to steal shit from the real world and sell them and then use the profits to buy denuvo games instead.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      No it isn't. From memory even modern console games are always connected nowadays (or will be if that's not the case). PC is literally the only way to do this now.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      But then i'd be doing something actually evil

      I fricking hate how discord has taken over communities. You know how on Forums you'd have Jannies seething for reposting questions? Well, discord encourages it. There is no indexing of content, no organization into threads (I thinl this might have changed), no structure.
      And what do you do if the person who knew the answer to your question leaves? You're fricked. The information is gone forever. Tough luck.

      We need to go back to when people used to write down their knowledge. If you ever have a problem you have trouble with and find a solution, be it with info from a discord or otherwise, write about it and upload it to your website. Keep links to other anons' websites on yours. We must return to Web 1.0.

      >You know how on Forums you'd have Jannies seething for reposting questions? Well, discord encourages it
      We're devolving to oral knowledge lmao this is like the reverse of printing press

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Apparently .NET is quite easy to crack is what I heard.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      .NET is Microsoft's answer to the JVM. It uses a bytecode format, it's (usually) JIT compiled, and all of the binaries need to keep a shit ton of metadata for the JIT compiler to work its magic. Everything that makes the JVM easy to crack and decompile is also true for .NET.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Like I was about to go full sock puppet mode just to find someone that could explain some details about anti-cheat more.
    Turns out it was just more obvious than I imagined.

    Apparently this is now a Lucy thread?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      the reason less cracks are being released is because its just 3 people doing it in total. a troony, a schizophrenic rightoid and a Brazilian monkey.
      Discord requiring your phone number has nothing to do with whatever script kiddies the server has.
      Look into rutor or other torrent sites if you want cracked games

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    But seriously, it's easy to find cracked games but not a decent c++ decompiler.
    I'm mad.

    Frick games. I want that shit.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      ghidra is bascially the best you'll get without shelling out for IDA pro.
      And IDA is written by reverse engineers so it's harder to crack than denuvo

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        But seriously, it's easy to find cracked games but not a decent c++ decompiler.
        I'm mad.

        Frick games. I want that shit.

        a decent decompiler is like that meme about cancer cure and cia or the meme about cia award in excellency

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        IDA actually offers a reasonably priced option now I think, they started doing so after Ghidra was released. Not sure if it includes HexRays though, and I think it’s subscription. I’d just stick with Ghidra and pirate IDA. You miss out on a few extra features if you pirate, but it’s only the new shit they started adding after they realised they had to compete.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      To join the secret club, you must first write your own decompiler. Same as how crackers get employed by drm companies.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Same as how crackers get employed by drm companies.
        There is absolutely no way anyone should do this. DRM is killing people like never before.
        No seriously.

        The health industry is bloated with this junk nowadays and all it does is gate keep those doctors struggling against a bad idea on the fringe away from access.
        So you end up with no actual constructive criticism of supported theories, ideas, intellectual properties that are currently in circulation, etc.

        why not just buy the game

        The Cyberpunk game doesn't have that shit. It sold millions. It's not about sale anymore.
        It's not about buying the game anymore, it's about the DRM malware in it. I don't trust it. Especially considering how it is used to collect data from people and mine their computers for crypto. You'd have to be an insane person to use any game with this tech in it now.

        You aren't the pirate. They are. They are literally hijacking your machine.
        This shit could start to impact manufacturing machines soon. You've got a serious problem then.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I bought cyberpunk on console 2 years ago and it worked just fine. I still have a physical copy I can do whatever with it
          Why would you buy an unoptimised game with kernel access malware on your computer that not even a high end graphics card can run properly?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            You should be ok for now with console.
            But do not be surprised if that changes in the near future.

            They market this shit by focusing on cheaters and not pirates because they know people kinda dislike cheaters (I do too, especially in CoD back in the day). Then they try to psychologically associate those people with other crackers and pirates, to the point where there are now people that openly criticise you for supporting such things.

            In my day, nobody did that shit. Not even the government really. That's a new thing.
            They've made a cult of intellectual property now. It's taboo to crack your software or your OS.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Who gives a shit? If a game comes prepackaged with malware its probably not worth playing in the first place. There are DECADES of games that already exist, don't have malware, and are legitimately excellent games. Go play those ones instead.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    why not just buy the game

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      because you don't own the games you "buy"

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        You never did, but that's no reason to tolerate them putting malware on your pcs for the sake of mining, without even the developers of games knowing what the frick is going on.
        That's just racketeering.
        Worse than literal sea shanty piracy.
        That's cartel behaviour.

        Cyberpunk 2077 wasn't a manual. It was a warning.
        And yet this DRM shit is flexing now lately. Thinking they've gotten away with murder.

        See the pictures weren't that irrelevant. :^)

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I fricking hate how discord has taken over communities. You know how on Forums you'd have Jannies seething for reposting questions? Well, discord encourages it. There is no indexing of content, no organization into threads (I thinl this might have changed), no structure.
    And what do you do if the person who knew the answer to your question leaves? You're fricked. The information is gone forever. Tough luck.

    We need to go back to when people used to write down their knowledge. If you ever have a problem you have trouble with and find a solution, be it with info from a discord or otherwise, write about it and upload it to your website. Keep links to other anons' websites on yours. We must return to Web 1.0.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      how is reading the last page of a BBS forum different than replying to discord shitters and a chat that goes up every 5 seconds?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Forums are clearweb. Discord is deepweb. You can find the info on the forum with any search engine. To find the info on Discord you need to
        >have a discord account
        >know which server you are looking for
        >get an invite to that server (oops, the invite link is expired, better get someone to post a new one)
        >try to find the info in that server
        >fail because the search function is useless
        >ask the question again
        >hope the person who knows the amswer is
        >a) still a member
        >b) cares to answer again
        >c) sees your question before it gets swallowed up by the constant stream of useless chatting

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >Discord is deepweb.
          It's not deepweb.
          It's just bad clearweb.

          Deepweb normally requires a specific program or process to get onto networks you cannot access through a normal browser.
          A lot of it is p2p. Onions. shit like that.

          Discord is just standard browser web with auth checks and heinous gatekeeping rituals that ruin actual community building.
          It reminds me of private trackers a bit though.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Discord is deepweb.
            If this is deepweb i can't imagine how cucked and without self-awareness the next generation will be.

            the defnition of clearweb is indexable by serach engines

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            That's not a clear definition anymore.
            Do you know how many things use search algorithms or engines (cse) in their framework nowadays?
            Hell even dark web uses that.

            That's not a clear definition in the modern age because half the fricking internet is gate-kept, memory-holed or trapped in search engine hell nowadays.
            The modern internet is just deep web at this stage. Clear net is such a small portion of the web now that most normal people do not rely on it entirely.
            Even my mother probably uses a wiki link page by now for some of her browsing. Or she asks people. Or like my sister, from her university notes or her collab notes.

            Those days are long gone, the reliance alone on search engines. That sort of centralisation has been subverted actively by corporations trying to frick with your access to information to the point where most people and their cat have experienced "deep web".
            It's a useless term when centralised search engines have been fricked with for the sake of containing "problematic individuals and their ideas and their diseases and their anti-vaccine rhetoric". The goal of covid was this shit btw.
            Proper centralized engines that worked is not beneficial to financial/technocratic rackets. They don't care if doing this kills them and their customers, they just do it for that $$$.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >Discord is deepweb.
          If this is deepweb i can't imagine how cucked and without self-awareness the next generation will be.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            These naive dumbasses don't even know what p2p is.
            I wonder if the reason for torrents going down in seeders is partially due to kids not sharing info with each other on how to use them.

            They don't know anything about their pc either. Windows, Mac and Android hides all of that shit from them nowadays. So they grow up super dumb with this shit.
            It was bad with my gen, the post win95 gen, with this shit.
            Many don't even use a desktop computer or android/ios that has been jailbroken.

            For us that shit was easy because we went from fricking nokia phones to smartphones. So we see how dumb fretting about that shit is.
            But the newer gens are probably paranoid about their phones and what it can see. They don't see shit anymore. They never saw primitive OSes or phones.

            And I was raised with smartphones most of my life.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            The fact that fewer and fewer VPNs offer port-forwarding is the main reason. Seedboxes are an absolute joke with the amount of info they want from you and their prices which is why no one but private tracker gays use them. And if the seeder has closed ports it's just ogre basically.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I disagree, I know that's what they say it is, but I think there's something else going on with the behaviour of younger people.
            We should have seen this coming.
            A lot of them don't even know or have never seen a command prompt.

            To me and you it's just code. I was fricking with machines even as a toddler. Fricking with the OS was good fun. :^)
            To them it's literally as exotic as magick to them. Fricking with the OS is expensive and could make you go to jail (in their minds).
            Those born after XP would be like this. Definitely.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            That's correct for zoomers et al, but oldgays are giving up because no one is willing to fill the void of all the actually good VPNs that have died over the years. I still seed a bunch of stuff, especially rare shit, but I'm just about to give it up for the reasons I laid out. What's left of the old internet is dying, there's nothing coming to replace or secede it and I don't think I'm going to stick around to see it happen.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >but oldgays are giving up
            Yeah they must be over 50 by now some of them I don't blame them.
            My gen hasn't really thought about this issue though. I guess it's down to us to educate now.

            Which is harder than ever. They literally require invites for gigs at venues now (thanks to state intervention post covid).
            The state is literally trying to isolate the next generation from thoughts of older generations as a literal psyop now.
            Containment measures.

            Here's a thought. How long before it's called "anti-grooming" or something. They're not even teens anymore. They're becoming or are adults.
            I didn't think that shit would be leveraged that way. It's made me rethink about all of that crap.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It's not lost forever, it's just a pain in the ass to find.
      IQfy ain't much better. It's a bit easier, but still quite shitty. (though dub chan was much better with this as it had sticky wikis similar to plebbit)

      how is reading the last page of a BBS forum different than replying to discord shitters and a chat that goes up every 5 seconds?

      Exactly, only the old school gaming forums are decent for this. You can generally search them with easy.
      I think IQfy was part of the first wave of social media that fricked this up. It started what Discord is continuing and frankly the two seem to be like a siamese twin nowadays.

      Also toasting in a lucy thread.
      Lain can come too.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah, IQfy is shit too. You just need to look at /fglt/. It's the same 20 questions repeated ad nauseum. I'm extending my appeal to information found here.

        >Discord is deepweb.
        It's not deepweb.
        It's just bad clearweb.

        Deepweb normally requires a specific program or process to get onto networks you cannot access through a normal browser.
        A lot of it is p2p. Onions. shit like that.

        Discord is just standard browser web with auth checks and heinous gatekeeping rituals that ruin actual community building.
        It reminds me of private trackers a bit though.

        You're describing darkweb. Deepweb is anything not indexable by a search engine. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deep_web

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >tech board doesn't know the difference between deep and dark web
    It's all so tiresome bros.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Well it was clearly distinguishable a while ago.
      It isn't anymore because discord also uses non browser applications to run.

      But the protocol is generally the same as normal browsing... I think.
      It's not like dark net services protocol wise.
      And deep web is even harder to distinguish when you no longer rely on google.
      I barely use it for deeper dives now. It's useless.
      Advertising has killed it's SEO.

      Starting to look into crawlers nowadays though.
      But often your best bet is just link clicking or asking people.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      discord is a pseduo darknet service if you arent under the 5 eyes, because there is no penalty for being caught using it for illegal things. individual 'servers' are also obscufated from the public and not indexed on normal webcrawlers. Lots of thirdies use clearweb services for illegal content. From twitter to discord, they give zero fricks since their police no speaky the englishu.

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    What could you possibly need that can only be found on discord?
    You can keep track of cracked games here
    https://www.reddit.com/r/CrackWatch/
    Then just find them on whatever public tracker

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I want to crack my own games.
      Not for rep.
      Or revenge.
      Or to get around paying.

      But to stop it from fricking up my machine.
      It's becoming a necessary tool to have up your sleeve now in order to properly use your machine.
      This reminds me of things I heard about old school software and machines and how they had to frick with them in order to make them run better.
      Or like smartphone jailbreaking.

      I've been lucky and barely needed to do this in the past.

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Skype lived alongside teamspeak/mumble and irc. Discord destroyed any modern day alternatives and now we're only left with discord.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Mumble and teamspeak still work, they're just not dominant anymore. My friend group is still using ts. Honestly never thought I'd say this but I miss the days of having skype, ts, mumble and a few others installed to keep in touch with people. Discord is such an irredeemable cancer that I genuinely don't get how anyone tolerates it.

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Discord requires a phone number now?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Technically no. Servers can be set to only allow posts by users who have a verified phone number.
      And discord itself can just lock you out of your account until you give them your number if they feel like it.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Technically no, practically yes. Unless you have a static IPv4 that isn't CGNAT discord is going to ask for a phone number on any new account you create. Boiling frogs and all that.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Unless you have a static IPv4 that isn't CGNAT discord is going to ask for a phone number on any new account you create
        thats not true
        i created an account on a computer, in the browser, using mobile data as recently as 2023
        as with google, it might just be a region thing or something

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I just tested it. I have two uplinks, one is CGNAT with changing IP addresses the other is a static dedicated IPv4 business line.
          As soon as I hit the home screen it immediately asked for phone verification because it detected something """out of the ordinary""" on the CGNAT one, the other one lets me join servers no issue.
          Try it yourself if you don't believe me.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            i just told you it works on my machine, so im not sure what you expect me to test
            its not like i dont believe it might be happening to you, its just that you said
            >discord is going to
            while it should have been
            >discord might
            as our individual experiences show that it doesn't go only one way or another

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          mobile data uses ipv6 probably

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Yes. If you try to be anonymous, that is. If you don't try to be anon, and you don't have a shared IP, they will delay the requirement for an indeterminate amount of time.
      Anonymous numbers only cost like 10 cents though. Just give them one of those if you must.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I just tested it. I have two uplinks, one is CGNAT with changing IP addresses the other is a static dedicated IPv4 business line.
        As soon as I hit the home screen it immediately asked for phone verification because it detected something """out of the ordinary""" on the CGNAT one, the other one lets me join servers no issue.
        Try it yourself if you don't believe me.

        >Unless you have a static IPv4 that isn't CGNAT discord is going to ask for a phone number on any new account you create
        thats not true
        i created an account on a computer, in the browser, using mobile data as recently as 2023
        as with google, it might just be a region thing or something

        Wtf are you talking about, I've always used Discord on a residential line since 2015, never once been asked for a phone number, but I do have 2FA now, volunteeringly. I also use a self-hosted VPN quite frequently (tbf, also on a residential line)

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >you know... that platform that requires a phone number nowadays
    Discord does not have my phone number.

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    buy an ad, toilet cleaner

  18. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >being elite hackers on discord
    They're posers in all likely hood

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