Starting Anti-Cheat

Discussion in 'Plugin Development' started by GodzillaFlame42, Aug 20, 2016.

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  1. What is the best way to start coding an Anti-Cheat?
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    Well, the best way to start is to figure out what you need to check for. What types of cheats/hacks are you going to look for?
  3. @Zombie_Striker Ok well how would i start coding it after i figure out that? Also please answer the ranks response i did on the post
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    From there, you will have to set up checks for the hacks you are looking for. For example, you may want to check to see if someone has kill-aura. To do this, when a player is damaged, check the direction the damager's head is. If the direction they are looking at is not lined up to the player (if the damager is looking away from the player), then the damager most likely has kill aura.
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    Honestly, not try to sound like a douche, but I don't think you're ready for that. That's just my opinion though. You have made threads about the simplest of things, which just shows me I don't think you should be working on an Anti-Cheat just yet. I would continue with the smaller plugins, go learn some more java, and then come back to the idea..
    But again, that's just my opinion, do whatever you like.
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    Killaura makes the client look like they are actually looking at the player but forcefield attacks all entities around them.
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    In my opinion the best way for you of doing this would be to stay with NoCheatPlus or any other really advanced anti cheat plugin, and do something else. There are many other good plugin ideas to learn developing, instead of reinventing the wheel. Especially in the case of anti cheat plugins which can be hard to nearly impossible to be made by a beginner, dependent on what it is supposed to do.
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    Judging by some of your other posts, I suggest you get more familiar with Java/Bukkit before even attempting this.
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    I think you should take the advice of all these people. Your threads are very simple problems, and there is nothing wrong with getting help. I get help from here as well, after I came back from a long break of Bukkit I had to re-learn a lot, and now I'm pretty stable. My suggestion is go to some resources that you can learn Bukkit from and Java. Please don't want BcBroz, if you really WANT to look at youtube videos go to PogoStick29DEV for Bukkit. And Boston for Java videos. That's my advice to you.
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