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Any strategics to deal with the web game robots?
Posted by: ted
Date: April 16, 2009 09:08PM

Hi all, there are so many web game robots, acutually such these robots will not only add the payload of our web server but also inrease the bandwith.

Yes I know and familiar with those QA tools, and maybe that's not the place for such topic. But I really want to to deal with the game robots, thus we can 'kill' Robot... So I need some help...

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Re: Any strategics to deal with the web game robots?
Posted by: wireghoul
Date: April 16, 2009 09:53PM

Taken out of context, this is quite brilliant:
But look where she put our ears!

As for your robots, more information is better, ok?

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Re: Any strategics to deal with the web game robots?
Posted by: ted
Date: April 24, 2009 03:34AM

Ok, you know that simulating the user who playing the web game is an easy job.

The robots just need to send some http request, for example:
hxxp://web-game.com/api/add.php?arm=1&army=other

I've thought about add a key in the request, and the key will be generated by the actionscript, but once the crackers decomplied the swf file, they will know how the key was generated.

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Re: Any strategics to deal with the web game robots?
Posted by: ted
Date: April 27, 2009 08:59PM

Is there strategics to make the actionscript 3.0 not easy to understand by human even if the crackers decomplied it my some tools like sothink?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Any strategics to deal with the web game robots?
Posted by: rsnake
Date: May 12, 2009 06:31PM

If you believe in CAPTCHAs you'll want to look there. If you are like me and think it's a fruitless exercise, you'll instead stop thinking of stopping them or killing them and start thinking about how to slow them down so they are no longer cheap enough for the attackers to use for what they gain by having them.

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Re: Any strategics to deal with the web game robots?
Posted by: cAs
Date: May 14, 2009 07:15AM

I got the same opinion as rsnake plus i think bot-protection should not influence the game-experience. I simply hate captchas stopping me from playing.

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