Something weird happened yesterday.
I downloaded openkore following the Brazilian forum tutorial and botted for a day.
Then my account password stopped working!
I freaked out! I went to my e-mail but there was no e-mail saying my password was changed.
I re-changed it and logged in and nothing was stolen.
I don't get what happened. I did change my "level up" password (The brazilian ragnarok has a main account with ragnaroks accounts inside) and I think maybe that messed up my other account.
I believe I would have an e-mail saying my password was changed if someone did it.
Anyways, how can I know if my openkore copy has a keylogger?
Where in the code does openkore handle my password?
Level Up Games (bRO's publisher) has many defenses against botting. One of them is auto reset. It is not known how they do it. Must likely because Poseidon is broken for over a year now on bRO. So they're probably filtering accounts that don't send the Gameguard response packet back to the game server. In some cases they block the account for two weeks.
There's a 18 pages discussion thread on the brazilian support forum: http://forums.openkore.com.br/index.php ... -de-senha/
About keylogger inside Openkore, you can't be sure. The most easiest way is to pick a clean copy from the Openkore repository on sourceforge and compare it to your own copy. You can do this with WinMerge. It'll point out all the code differences. (you'd still have to analyze the code, sometimes it isn't a keylogger, just a modification)
A lot of keyloggers use the LWP module to send your information. So you could also grep the term "use LWP" on the files of your Openkore folder.