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    Arrow Lua Bytecode to Lua human "readable"‏

    I just got an script that I want to make some changes and I'm looking for someone to develop me a freelance job to make the loadstring that I will give readable for editing.

    The Lua code is like this:

    Code:
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    -------------------------  ENGINE -----------------------------
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    code='\27\76\117\97\81\0\1\4\4\4\8\0\56\0\0\0\64\67\58\92\85\115\101\114\115\92\74\101\114\111

    I want it to be turned into a human code. I already made a reseach about the subject and found that there are some tools like Chuckspy, Luadec51 and Unluac that can do this job. Anyway, I never programmed before in lua, got no compiler and knowledge to perfome that.

    I'm looking for someone to do this for me. Sure for some cash..

    THANKS ANYWAY

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    u.u it sound like Reverse engineering :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by adra0378 View Post
    u.u it sound like Reverse engineering :/

    I dont know but I was looking at other forums, a person with the same question with the same script, a guy who could translate ..

    But this guy does not answer me there: S

    If anyone knows translate so I can edit, I paid rl money.

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    Lua Code:
    local script = string.dump(
        function()
            --Content
            print("Camouflaging Done.")
     
        end
    )
     
    buff=""
    for v=1,string.len(script) do --Convert our string into a hex string.
        buff=buff..'\\'..string.byte(script,v)
    end
     
    file=io.open('encrypted.txt','w') --Output our bytecode into ascii format to encrypted.txt
    file:write(buff)
    file:flush()
    file:close()


    This is how you do the output, the reverse process will bring the raw code back.

    Just copy your script inside string.dump function and run.
    Last edited by GabrielTOTS; 11-12-2013 at 02:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GabrielTOTS View Post
    Lua Code:
    local script = string.dump(
        function()
            --Content
            print("Camouflaging Done.")
     
        end
    )
     
    buff=""
    for v=1,string.len(script) do --Convert our string into a hex string.
        buff=buff..'\\'..string.byte(script,v)
    end
     
    file=io.open('encrypted.txt','w') --Output our bytecode into ascii format to encrypted.txt
    file:write(buff)
    file:flush()
    file:close()


    This is how you do the output, the reverse process will bring the raw code back.

    Just copy your script inside string.dump function and run.

    the file that will give run is exemple.lua / exemple.bat or what? sorry my ignorance :S? or i need some program to run ur script? i need creat one archive.txt?
    Last edited by bytpm; 11-12-2013 at 11:57 PM.

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