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DEFCON 17: Subverting the World Of Warcraft API

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Published on Jan 14, 2011

Speakers:
Christopher Mooney Software Engineer, Project DoD Inc.
James Luedke Software Engineer, Project DoD Inc.

The authors will demonstrate how to work within the World of Warcraft API framework to re-enable the features of protected and disabled functions. They will explain their library and how to use it to get around the restrictions on programmatically casting spells, targeting, moving, and performing those actions in response to UI events. What's more, they will use this library to do a live demonstration of this code autonomously playing battlegrounds. This talk will include a description of how their library works with example source, how you can download and use the code, and how to get involved with the community developing this code. All tools will be released the day of the talk, and source will be release under the GPL3 license. In true DEF CON fashion the authors will talk about the problem they were trying to solve, demonstrate the break on the security system, demonstrate the code in action, and release the tools. If you're a hacker, you're going to love this talk. If you're a developer, you're going to love this talk. If you're a gamer, your going to love this talk. If you're a hacker, a developer, and a gamer, you cannot afford to miss this.

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