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Hi, @zeebler. I'm getting into reverse engineering, programming in C++ as well as memory hacking. I'd like to know what forum(s) and / or resources assisted you to the level of being capable of bypassing kernel-mode anti-cheats? I know of Unknowncheats, but they have a lot of delusional morons and pasters there, one big shit-fest of jokers.
I'm probably going to go with GuidedHacking, but they have a really high pay-wall now, and rake seems to have made it a dictatorship, dude seems like a douche bag, but their is no doubt his forum has useful information. It even blocks VPN access.
Hoping for a reply as I'd really like to know, and maybe some small screenshots of what your coding environment looks like and how you set things up.
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