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 Post subject: Re: Usage: Packet Extraction Evaluation Kit (PEEK)
PostPosted: 08 Jun 2016, 22:38 
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I got this error, please help

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 Post subject: Re: Usage: Packet Extraction Evaluation Kit (PEEK)
PostPosted: 27 Jul 2016, 01:02 
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4epT wrote:
PEEK - Packet Extraction Evaluation Kit designed by Yommy and Neo.

This extractor works for new files whose size is greater than 6 MB.

But the file, output, the conversion of the need for openkore!!!

SkylorD wrote:
Just select the file and "Start Analyzer".

It'll create a Output folder.
Get your recvpackets and be free. To do the conversion.

It shows:
0x0187 = 6

Must:
0187 6

You'll copy all lines and will open your notepad, paste the code and save your file as recvpackets.txt and not recvpackets.ini


Links:
https://github.com/MStr3am/PEEK
https://github.com/ThemonChan/PEEK
http://nbsxey3vnrsxgltxom.cmle.ru/board ... -analyzer/

Mini guide:
1. download PEEK
2. run PEEK.exe
3. click "Browse" and select your client file (not necessarily exe!)
4. click "Start Analyzer"
5. close PEEK
6. open folder: ..\PEEK\Output\
7. run 1.bat
8. file will appear: recvpackets.txt



My RO has Protected exe file by Thenida. Please guide me for use an Packet Extractor.

PS. I try to use themida unpack (new version) from tut4you,Does not work. Please guide me for extractor. :)

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 Post subject: Re: BasicRO Map Server Timeout..
PostPosted: 30 Jul 2016, 12:08 
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SkylorD wrote:
#This script will do the conversion for you. Just put inside of PEEK's output folder after clicked in "Start Analyzer".
Save as filename.pl '-' Inside Output folder of PEEK. Now run it!
It will create a new file called recvpackets.txt! :/

#PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO SELECT THE FILE TO EXTRACT THE PACKETS. AND RESTORE THE ORIGINAL FILE AFTER YOU EXTRACT.

If you select the file straight your RO folder :

PEEK edits your original exe file and do a backup called "myservername.backup_by_PEEK" -> This is the original exe, that you selected before starting to analyze.
And the file normal.exe is that created by PEEK. If you find some errors with your server, delete that created by PEEK and rename the "myservername.backup_by_PEEK" to "myservername".

#Example 1 : ragnaplay.exe

Before extract :

ragnaplay.exe = my original file

After extract :

ragnaplay.exe = edited by peek, maybe can give some problem
ragnaplay.backup_by_PEEK.exe = my original file

If you don't select :

Don't worry. Before you extract the recvpackets, you can copy the exe file and move to your Desktop, for example.It's safe and you won't receive any error in the future.





#2014-07-13: Script edited *Thanks 4ept* :
#Now is more efficient :D
Code:
open F2, ">recvpackets.txt";

@files = <*>;

my %packets;

foreach $files (@files) {
   if ($files =~ /(recvpackets.+\.ini)/i) {
      open F, "<$1" or die $!;
   }
}

while (<F>) {
   $lines = $_;
   if ($lines =~ /0x(0...) = (-?\d+)\n/) {
      undef $packetid;
      $packetid = uc($1);
      if (!exists($packets{$packetid})) {
         $packets{$packetid} = $2;
      }
   }
}

foreach my $value (sort keys %packets) {
   print F2 "$value $packets{$value}\n";
}

close (F);
close (F2);

print "Done.\n";
system("pause");

I dont understand this, how DO i Make that .pl thing?? I was able to extract recvpackets from my ragnarok.exe but, I dont know how to convert it. please help me


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 Post subject: Re: Usage: Packet Extraction Evaluation Kit (PEEK)
PostPosted: 20 Oct 2016, 16:30 
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@Themida :

unpack first, then try to use PEEK.
Try to use OllyDbg to see if the source can be unpacked.
That way you should extract manually your packets (maybe) unless you reconstruct your exe.

It should be hardcoded, i've seen private servers better than official servers 'cause of protection. GG is a shit.

@I got this error, please help:
You'll not have problem to extract recvpackets. But only the crypt keys. Try to extract it manually.

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 Post subject: Re: Usage: Packet Extraction Evaluation Kit (PEEK)
PostPosted: 23 Oct 2016, 23:27 
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Hey, guys. Could you help a brazilian small town guy? I've tryin for some time get the recvpackets.txt to the three ways, but with no results. It's more than six mb.

http://www.mediafire.com/file/v7115ad5f03rmkt/Private.exe

could someone extract, please?

I got this Server Info:

Quote:
[Private]
ip 198.27.83.167
port 7100
version 55
master_version 51
serverType kRO_RagexeRE_2013_08_07a
charBlockSize 147
recvpackets
addTableFolders translated\kRO_english;kRO


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 Post subject: Re: Usage: Packet Extraction Evaluation Kit (PEEK)
PostPosted: 25 Oct 2016, 15:55 
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Someone can help me?

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The server exe: https://mega.nz/#!axAHkbRa!ejBpA1Q6EpRwnGph6Xx-oK81oGX0sWE0BDnnSN5gp6c


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 Post subject: Re: Usage: Packet Extraction Evaluation Kit (PEEK)
PostPosted: 11 Jan 2017, 16:13 
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 Post subject: Re: Usage: Packet Extraction Evaluation Kit (PEEK)
PostPosted: 13 Jan 2017, 23:12 
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someone here can help me??
i cant extract this, always failed to find PACKET_CZ_ENTER
any suggestion?
rag exe : http://www.mediafire.com/file/wf3kthk0n ... Ragexe.exe
thanks :D


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 Post subject: Re: Usage: Packet Extraction Evaluation Kit (PEEK)
PostPosted: 16 Jan 2017, 03:44 
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zildjiean wrote:
4epT wrote:
PEEK - Packet Extraction Evaluation Kit designed by Yommy and Neo.

This extractor works for new files whose size is greater than 6 MB.

But the file, output, the conversion of the need for openkore!!!

SkylorD wrote:
Just select the file and "Start Analyzer".

It'll create a Output folder.
Get your recvpackets and be free. To do the conversion.

It shows:
0x0187 = 6

Must:
0187 6

You'll copy all lines and will open your notepad, paste the code and save your file as recvpackets.txt and not recvpackets.ini


Links:
https://github.com/MStr3am/PEEK
https://github.com/ThemonChan/PEEK
http://nbsxey3vnrsxgltxom.cmle.ru/board ... -analyzer/

Mini guide:
1. download PEEK
2. run PEEK.exe
3. click "Browse" and select your client file (not necessarily exe!)
4. click "Start Analyzer"
5. close PEEK
6. open folder: ..\PEEK\Output\
7. run 1.bat
8. file will appear: recvpackets.txt



My RO has Protected exe file by Thenida. Please guide me for use an Packet Extractor.

PS. I try to use themida unpack (new version) from tut4you,Does not work. Please guide me for extractor. :)


Links:
https://github.com/MStr3am/PEEK-------without analyzer connect to ragnarok but cant make receive packet only packet lenght
https://github.com/ThemonChan/PEEK----with analyzer but cant connect to ragnarok
http://nbsxey3vnrsxgltxom.cmle.ru/board ... er/---cant download file from this

Mini guide:
1. download PEEK
2. run PEEK.exe
3. click "Browse" and select your client file (not necessarily exe!)
4. click "Start Analyzer"
5. close PEEK
6. open folder: ..\PEEK\Output\
7. run 1.bat------why i dont have thhis file on link 1 and 2 peek files?....where i can find this file?
8. file will appear: recvpackets.txt[/quote

can you please help


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 Post subject: Re: Usage: Packet Extraction Evaluation Kit (PEEK)
PostPosted: 17 Jan 2017, 12:56 
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i already solve my problem...nyhahah


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