Solved Finding a static value's address

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Alavon

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Hey guys,

I'm back, if anyone remembers me.

I'd like to get a little help with extracting some data out a game client, to be specific, the League of Legends Game Client (lolclient.exe).

I'd like to read out the Summoner Name (The name used ingame), but since that doesn't change I have no clue how to get a static address for this value.
(If you want a different Summoner Name you need to login to another account in other words, the program will exit and reopen again, causing the memory to be different)

If someone has any idea how I can find a base address + offset for this value, I'd be very happy!

Thanks!


For some visual representation:

 
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Alavon

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I have uploaded the images to imgur now and hotlinked them.
 
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Solaire

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Pointer scan a few of the results there, then log in to another account. Check the pointer scan results to see if any of them match. You could also check if any of them have asm that accesses them, and if the surrounding asm calls drawing functions.
 

Alavon

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I have tried this method, however with these settings, I have over 100gb saved while there is only 2% written. So that means that I dont even have enough space on my disk lol?

Is there any other way to narrow this down or something?

Thanks.
 

Alavon

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Mar 24, 2013
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Solaire Thanks for the tip, however when I tried 2 and 3 level pointers, and rescanned the memory, there were no pointer scan results left. Any idea's? I might be doing something wrong.
Btw nice video tutorials you have! Can't wait for the next one.
 
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