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10 April 2012 - 02:31 PMLook, I'm not going to contribute 20 pages of the definition of an application being closed. If you have a problem with programs that keep accepting input while you are browsing the internet, then fine. I'm just pointing out that that function does not equal "OMG keylogging hack yo banks"
It's easy to jump on the keylogger bandwagon, unfortunately. While all of this added up does look suspicious, without hard evidence it's difficult to come to a true conclusion. The code obfuscation may just be for preventing reverse engineering (which I am very much against,) and from what I've read the engine accepting input even when the window is out of focus has to do with some function automatically enabled when using DirectInput.
All in all, it's circumstantial evidence. Hardly enough to warrant a guilty verdict.
10 April 2012 - 12:58 PMI still doubt he coded an actual keylogger; it was probably buggy/crappy programming. Stop being so sensationalist and dramatic, honestly.
Coded, maybe not. Implanted, maybe.
Saying that, I looked in the NakaSMK folder in the registry everyone is talking about. It contains a whopping 2 keys, one "Keyboard" with a binary value in a subfolder called ControllerSchemes, another being "Stat" contaning a short hex value. Looking at this evidence, there's no real reason to suspect a keylogger....without more evidence.
I see saved keyboard configurations and possible high score storage.
EDIT: A quick google search of NakaSMK uncovered this pastebin. NakaSMK appears to be the engine, and uses the registry folder for general storage.
10 April 2012 - 12:26 PMI guess that would explain as to why Norton Anti-Virus picked up S2HD as a virus. Friggin registry hacking Keyloggers...
If I'm not mistaken, Anti-virus programs are mostly going off because of the crummy crypter program he used to hide this keylogger. It may still be going off otherwise, but the crypter hides it from possibly being detected and also makes it show a different infection if it does detect anything.
10 December 2011 - 01:10 AMLook at my post above. It has the ROM. The file is the second original revision of the ROM hack by theocas. The zip is called Sonic1Mode1update.zip. Sorry I didn't make it clear enough in the original post. It was a major screw up on my part.
Don't sweat it, I didn't even bother opening the link to see it was what I needed.
Thanks guys for making this awesome hack! I was waiting on SonMP3 to be properly set for more than just S1SAGE2010.
09 December 2011 - 09:08 PMSadly at the moment I need the ROM. I got a custom track set, so I'm set for that.
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