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A Beginner's Guide to Understanding Game Hacking Techniques
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  • Title: A Beginner's Guide to Understanding Game Hacking Techniques
  • Author(s) attilathedud
  • Publisher: Game Hacking Academy (2021); eBook (Creative Commons Licensed)
  • License(s): CC BY-NC 4.0
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  • eBook: HTML and PDF (511 pages)
  • Language: English
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Book Description

Game hacking allows you to add functionality and change how games work. Whether your goal is to add a new unit to an RTS game or create an aimbot for a FPS game, Game Hacking Academy has lessons and labs to learn along with.

Hacking games requires a unique combination of reversing, memory management, networking, and security skills. Even as ethical hacking has exploded in popularity, game hacking still occupies a very small niche in the wider security community. While it may not have the same headline appeal as a Chrome 0day or a massive data leak, the unique feeling of creating a working aimbot for a game and then destroying a server with it is hard to replicate in any other medium.

This book will teach you what you need to become a true game hacker.

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