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Offline phatmr

Re: WhatsApp protocol
« Reply #780 on: 22 01 2016, 12:03:52 »
Hehe, nice hint.

Changed it via hex edit in stable 32 and 64bit too.
And both are working again. Thank you.

But again its a Question of Time how long hm?
Maybe its enough time some devs can implement axolotl in miranda too.

For those who cant wait till stable (new compiled) is up i attached both to try.
« Last Edit: 22 01 2016, 13:30:40 by phatmr »
 

Offline Kajuru

Re: WhatsApp protocol
« Reply #781 on: 23 01 2016, 15:04:10 »
Is this useful at all?(assuming the plugin is written in C)
https://github.com/WhisperSystems/libaxolotl-c
 

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Re: WhatsApp protocol
« Reply #782 on: 24 01 2016, 08:15:15 »
At the moment the plug-in of WhatsApp http://www.miranda-ng.org/distr/x64/Plugins/whatsapp.zip works? (2016-01-24)

It works, accepts messages or still not ?
 

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Re: WhatsApp protocol
« Reply #783 on: 24 01 2016, 23:18:47 »
At the moment the plug-in of WhatsApp http://www.miranda-ng.org/distr/x64/Plugins/whatsapp.zip works? (2016-01-24)

It works, accepts messages or still not ?

For the moment it works when you update to the latest version (just via update in Miranda-NG, no need to manually download and replace it).
 

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Re: WhatsApp protocol
« Reply #784 on: 26 01 2016, 03:59:49 »
For the moment it works when you update to the latest version (just via update in Miranda-NG, no need to manually download and replace it).

Oh.. Scratch that.. It won't even connect anymore now.
Btw how/where do I get to see the log files? It would be more helpful if I could report why it doesn't connect anymore.  :)
 

Offline Kajuru

Re: WhatsApp protocol
« Reply #785 on: 26 01 2016, 05:19:53 »
The official client had/has problems connecting too, as of Jan 25th.
 

Offline CleriC

Re: WhatsApp protocol
« Reply #786 on: 26 01 2016, 06:58:12 »
Group chats open in a new plugin version?
«События происходят, Дела делаются, Но нет индивидуального деятеля».
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Offline Thug

Re: WhatsApp protocol
« Reply #787 on: 26 01 2016, 09:03:12 »
Oh.. Scratch that.. It won't even connect anymore now.
Ок, try this (attachment/x86).
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// WhatsApp Samsung Galaxy S3
#define ACCOUNT_RESOURCE  "iPhone"
Looks like the server now blocks any invalid resource, so this gave me an opportunity to test various resources. I have figured out that the connection works with "S40", "Android" and "iPhone". Since the first two receive encrypted messages for sure, I suggest to try an "iPhone" now. If my theory was right, you will receive not-encrypted messages from all contacts. If not - you will receive unencrypted messages from those with who you used to chat recently, but you won't receive messages from new contacts, or won't receive them at all. Need to test.
And "iOS-2.12.12" was totally incorrect resource. We are lucky it used to work at all and we are still not banned ;D
« Last Edit: 26 01 2016, 10:03:49 by Thug »
 
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Offline Sunlight7

Re: WhatsApp protocol
« Reply #788 on: 26 01 2016, 09:14:24 »
Nice, Thx.
Changed it with an Hex Editor to "iPhone", really works , but adding the compiled File would be more nice in Future  :DRINK:
 

Offline Thug

Re: WhatsApp protocol
« Reply #789 on: 26 01 2016, 10:01:43 »
Are you sure? It goes online, but I receive ciphered messages again :-\ Well, I'm out of ideas for now  :-[
 

Offline Sunlight7

Re: WhatsApp protocol
« Reply #790 on: 26 01 2016, 10:05:58 »
Right, it goes Online, but thats all, I see the other is typing, but the Message itself does not come
 

Offline Thug

Re: WhatsApp protocol
« Reply #791 on: 26 01 2016, 10:42:52 »
I have figured out two more valid resources: "Symbian" and "BB". But I still get siphered messages using them. I can't guess a resource for Windows Phone, but I don't think it will help anyway. Guess this was some kind of exploit to avoid encryption, and they have noticed and fixed it. For some reason I still can receive unencrypted messages from iPhone users, but most likely we won't do without axolotl implementation anymore :-\

I suggest reverting the last "fix" for whatsapp on SVN to make it atleast go online for now.
« Last Edit: 26 01 2016, 10:51:13 by Thug »
 

Offline Sunlight7

Re: WhatsApp protocol
« Reply #792 on: 26 01 2016, 11:54:14 »
For some reason I still can receive unencrypted messages from iPhone users
Any chance to figure out which resources their clients sends on login?
 

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Re: WhatsApp protocol
« Reply #793 on: 26 01 2016, 13:42:53 »
Doesn't connect for me
 

Offline Sunlight7

Re: WhatsApp protocol
« Reply #794 on: 26 01 2016, 13:51:36 »
Doesn't connect for me

You can go Online and send Messages with this Version, but it wont receive (just edited the String in the File).