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Osbot precaution. False Alarm


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Edit: False alarm! Sorry we don't know how to reverse engineer correctly.

 

 

 

Usernames & Passwords are sent to OSbot's servers.

 

Credits: Parnassian, Mark gore and Myself (For triple checking).

public final String getPassword() throws SecurityException {
      if(!a.getBot().M()) {
         throw new SecurityException();
      } else {
         (new Throwable()).getStackTrace();
         boolean var10003 = true;
         if(!((Object[])true)[1].getClassName().equals("org.osbot.vb")) {
            throw new SecurityException();
         } else {
            return ((XClient)a.instance).getPassword();
         }
      }
   }

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Do not let Osbot run the Login random event.  Usernames & Passwords are sent to OSbot's servers.

 

Credits: Parnassian, Mark gore and Myself (For triple checking).

public final String getPassword() throws SecurityException {
      if(!a.getBot().M()) {
         throw new SecurityException();
      } else {
         (new Throwable()).getStackTrace();
         boolean var10003 = true;
         if(!((Object[])true)[1].getClassName().equals("org.osbot.vb")) {
            throw new SecurityException();
         } else {
            return ((XClient)a.instance).getPassword();
         }
      }
   }

credits: and me for making you all aware

Well they can do it whever they want really!

They can send when you add account to account manager, they can send it while playing, like doing any random.

getPassword() and getUsername() keep the same till a new one is inserted

Btw hi Wyn biggrin.png

They send it to the server.. 

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