A few weeks ago, I was bored with the limited use of the iPhone-that’s it. I never get to spend time with my iPhone. Remembering Kucink activities are always spending time with Game Online Travian, I started looking for a game that has the same genre, and eventually met with Haypi Kingdom.
The first time I played Haypi Kingdom as normal ordinary people. Upgrade then wait, upgrade, wait .. and so on. Well, the wait is not be said to be spending time. Since the phase of waiting, we have to look for other alternatives to be able to spend more time. Thought of an idea to run some ID to be able to support each other at the same time, and I started to make a Haypi Kingdom Bot to help me ID this.
The first step that I do of course is to capture data packets transmitted from the device to the Haypi Kingdom’s Server. The data packets must be contains Username, Password, UDID and Passport.
Username and password of course, is not unusual. how about UDID and Passport?
UDID is a Unique ID contained on any device and Passport is a kind of cookies that we send as an identifier without having to login first (I can think about the bypass as when times Mig33 login first).
Packages that we send to the Haypi Kingdom’s Server must be encrypted with BASE64 to be read by the Haypi Kingdom’s Server.
Here is an example package delivered to login:
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8"
(encrypted parts using base64)
For parts that are encrypted with base64 are contained in login Username, Password and UDID. After we send paket, we will get a Haypi Kingdom’s Server address that we use for the gifted passport.
Happy write codes and simply wait for the second article.
PS : imagine if someone use it to flooding the global chat room. thats a mess.
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