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      CSS BunnyHop Addresses

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      Hey folks.. I once started a thread with the same topic but i'ts been closed, plus i stopped learning hacking for a bit and now i'm getting back in to it.
      I'm trying to successed BunnyHop Tutorial, however, i'm having trouble with it.
      I searched for 'text strings' and these are the addresses that i've found on OllyDBG:

      --- m_iHealth ---
      1) PUSH 0DA4
      2) PUSH 88
      --- m_iTeamNum ---
      1) PUSH 90
      2) PUSH 4A4
      I also noticed that every single address has a "PUSH 4" above the previously ones... ACtually idk what that means, if it means anything... I just thought that it'd be good that you knew this, might help helping me..

      Now the thing is, when i go to Cheat Engine and try viewing the 'memory region' (Ctrl+B) i just DON'T SEE ANY '03'.. Therefore i can't know what's the right address to scan for pointers...

      When I search for the Health value it always appears 4 different addreses, but none shows any kind of '03'...

      Thanks..
      Last edited by zoratz; 01-10-2014 at 12:14 PM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by zoratz View Post
      Hey folks.. I once started a thread with the same topic but i'ts been closed, plus i stopped learning hacking for a bit and now i'm getting back in to it.
      I'm trying to successed BunnyHop Tutorial, however, i'm having trouble with it.
      I searched for 'text strings' and these are the addresses that i've found on OllyDBG:





      I also noticed that every single address has a "PUSH 4" above the previously ones... ACtually idk what that means, if it means anything... I just thought that it'd be good that you knew this, might help helping me..

      Now the thing is, when i go to Cheat Engine and try viewing the 'memory region' (Ctrl+B) i just DON'T SEE ANY '03'.. Therefore i can't know what's the right address to scan for pointers...

      When I search for the Health value it always appears 4 different addreses, but none shows any kind of '03'...

      Thanks..

      I think you need to look for the address before m_iHealth


      PUSH 90 (some random offset i made)
      m_Ihealth

      Also, try dissect data/structures (CTRL + D in memory view)
      And look for the m_iTeamOffset on the left, and check if it matches your team id
      Last edited by Heisa; 01-10-2014 at 12:48 PM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by fureimu View Post
      I think you need to look for the address before m_iHealth


      PUSH BLABLA
      m_Ihealth
      The values I posted in the quotes are the addresses before 'm_iHealth', which one of them are from different 'm_iHealth's i found!!!!

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      void _Bunnyhop(void)
      #include "Main.h"

      #define ONGROUND (1 << 0)

      CPlayer_t Player;

      struct offset_t
      {
      DWORD BaseAddr = 0x55DB34;
      DWORD PlayerBase = 0;
      DWORD JumpAddr = 0x58A68C;
      };
      offset_t Offset;

      struct status_t
      {
      bool Bunny;
      };
      status_t Status;
      {
      if (GetAsyncKeyState(VK_SPACE) && Player.Flags & (ONGROUND))
      {
      Status.Bunny = true;
      _MemSet((LPVOID)(Module.Client + Offset.JumpAddr), &Status.Bunny, sizeof(bool));
      Sleep(30);
      Status.Bunny = false;
      _MemSet((LPVOID)(Module.Client + Offset.JumpAddr), &Status.Bunny, sizeof(bool));
      }
      }


      Here's a working BunnyHop source code. It has all the data you need.
      Last edited by icoolzer2; 01-10-2014 at 12:55 PM.

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      Later i'll test your code..

      On Fleep's code, my
      MyPlayer.m_fFlags

      is returning value = 0...

      ---------------

      never mind, i was following fleeps way to do it and i didnt find the right address, now im fine tjanks
      Last edited by zoratz; 01-11-2014 at 12:31 PM.

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