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[731] Unpacking client

Discussion in 'Help & Requests' started by clem585, Sep 1, 2017.

  1. I'm trying to learn how to unpack a client that has never been touched before and I'm running into a bit of difficulty. First off here's the client I'm using (731):

    https://www.rune-server.ee/runescape...gamepacks.html
    Index of /archive/rs2/731

    What I did at first was use the params -1/0 (vector, secret key?) to unpack the inner.pack.gz inside the .jar. I did this using this code:

    https://www.rune-server.ee/runescape...on-format.html
    2nd post

    Now I have the 3547ko .jar instead of a 1454ko one.

    I then tried to use jode (the src: https://sourceforge.net/projects/jod...de/1.1.2-pre1/ - I used the src tar.gz) to decompile the .jar that now had all the .class files required, but the output was garbage with alot of the methods not even decompiling correctly.

    Am I missing something here?
     
  2. You will need to Deobfuscate the jar before Decompiling.
    Try the runelite · GitHub -Deobber
    (It's built for osrs but no reason comes to mind why it wouldn't work with older revisions)
     
  3. Tried it but I get a bunch of stack underflows, seems there's a bit of an issue with it since it was made for OSRS. Either way, I see so many deobs on the forums these days, what did people use back then?
     
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