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The source code is available! Dear PkoDev.Net community members, Today we are releasing TOP/PKO source codes and it means that they will be available to everyone. I'd really want to thank our friendly and cohesive community for helping us in the fundraising event. Thank you for your help! I wish you best of luck in the studying process and I hope they will help us to make the game better! Congratulations! Special thanks to: RU: ZEST Online Team (@e1mer), World of Chaos Team (@NMS3RR), Mordo Online Team, @Chad, @insider, @V1tor, @Chudik, @BotPRO, @BETEP/macs509, @lyon, @Am*n9ma (Pastuh). EN: @KONG, @Wrexor, @Yudha, @Jones, @Andy, @Foxseiz, @Andrew, @Lucky, @Sea King, @DevMorgan, @LazyKid, @Sultan, @TheLegend, @Onioni, @7n6, @GustavoHMA, @Xeon, @Ishcurry. Soon you'll see different kind of tutorials regarding work with the source code (code modifications, explanation). You can get link to download the source code from attachment (Source Code.txt)
Disclaimer I've made this post without any intention to discredit, discourage and / or detract from the great effort to obtain the Kop Source Code. The crowsourced way you financed the purchase and the great initiative to go public and really public without demanding anything in return (which show clearly the spirit of this community and its admins). Background A few days ago I heard that a member of this community had obtained the source code of Kop, I learned that the community made the effort to raise funds to honor the expenses of this user and he was encouraged to made it public, which was achieved successfully. However and despite the public availability of the code in this forum: I was nearly impossible to download it because of connectivity issues, achieving it only two days ago. After reviewing the container files, the first thing that caught my attention and caused me a bit of noise was that some files had recent modification date. As I like to work as clean as possible (anyone who has done some kind of forensics analysis ever could understand me) and of course as I am a friend of the checksums (I had downloaded it from the mirror in the OwnCloud of piratia.ru and did not know if contained any alteration regarding files published by @V3ct0r) so I decided to start searching for files without alterations looking for the source of this leak. What we know The existence of the source code of Kop became known thanks to the commercial promotion of such code by a user of Asian origin in a popular forum. This user, in their intention to build trust, performs demonstrations that suggest authentic possession of the source code. Using for this audiovisual on a trial basis. Leaks from the leaker Among the evidence provided by the seller, was a video in which a demonstration of compiling the source code is made: which means the strongest proof of possession of the source code, but at the same time the proof less relevant to my purpose, however, in the screenshot proof type you can see an archive manager showing enough information and this was all necessary info for my purpose: information that would be a checkmate to the intentions of doing business of the seller. A look at this matter If we try to dig a little in the screenshots of the archive manager and if we see in the left side panel we can find a little weird info at first, but very valuable if you see a little more on it. You can see a list disk units, the structure of the directory where the source code was decompressed and a number of directories which share the same root folder. Taking a deeper look Looking at the names of the directories, we can see that most contain Western names, and we can deduce that being a person who has a source code which tries to sell: possibly those directories containing source codes of games with such names. This indicates that it is not the primary source of the leak and possibly there is a common origin for all sources codes that possesses so many games with so many different styles. If we see a little more, we will detail that one of the directories have a domain name (www.eenot.com), after entering this website we find a community like a paradise where a lot of source codes are shared, as indicated by its page title: Aliens Source Forum: Open Source Forum, commercial source, game source code, website source code. Which confirm that the individual obtains the source codes of third parties, possibly similar to that online community. Now, with a little more light on the possible origin and their availability on the Internet, we need only extract some keywords of the screenshots by OCR and complement with keywords extracted from www.eenot.com page tittle. Let's start search on Baidu. Results We found an online community in which are published the source code, you can see that the thread was created on 04.12.2016: almost two months before the appearance of the seller at the popular forum, we can't rule out its previous existence in other source sharing communities.