Friday, September 11, 2009

How to make a Trainer. (Hack)

I get 14 million requests a day on making a trainer, so here is a tutorial.

First of all, we're going to need the games "swf", the movie. Which is basically the game itself not embedded into a website.

To get the .swf, first go to the website or page with the game on it. Such as:

Right click somewhere on the page and select "View Source".

Once inside, you will get a white background with a bunch of lettering.
Press CTRL + F, and a text search bar will appear, as shown below:

Congratulations, you now have the Swf!

There are many things you can do with a swf, but in this tutorial, we're going to make a trainer with Visual Basic 6.0

Open your VB6 (Visual Basic 6.0). A download link will not be provided.

It should come up with various functions, and will prompt you what you want to make, select standard .exe.
Right click on your toolbar on the left side, and select "Components".

Once inside you will get a list of components, scroll down to Shockwave Flash.

This will give you a new tool, which may be a black or white square, depending on your computer.

Click the new tool and drag it across the form. (The grey square.)

Click on the new white box on the form, and on the right, under the option "Movie" on the right side, type your swf.

Get variables from a Flash Decompiler or Scanner, and create buttons.

Once you've created your button, double click on it, and input this coding into the white screen that appears. *Note: Where it says variable is where the actual variable goes, and where it says value is what you want the variable's value to be.* :
Call Shockwaveflash1.Setvariable("variable", "value")

I recommend using SoThink Flash Decompiler located here: Click Here for Sothink Decompiler, use that to get variables. Note that Sothink costs money and that is the trial. (We can crack it for you)

Once you've completed constructing your trainer, press F5 to test it.

After you've completely tested it and you're comfortable with it, at the top left select File > Create .Exe. As shown below:

Once you've made your trainer is made into an exe, you selected where to save it to. Upload it to a file share website, such as MediaFire. Then you can share the download link given to you after uploading it, and show your trainer to everyone.

This tutorial was published completely by Ally (Me), so please don't hesitate to ask me questions about this in the chat box, just make sure that the questions aren't already on the tutorial.

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