Xigncode3 is a popular anti-cheat software that is used by many online games to prevent cheating and hacking. However, some players may want to bypass Xigncode3 for various reasons, such as using mods, trainers, or other tools that are detected by Xigncode3. In this article, we will show you how to bypass Xigncode3 using a DLL file that emulates the integrity-check for Xigncode3.
What is Xigncode3?
Xigncode3 is a software developed by Wellbia Co., Ltd. that provides anti-hack protection for online games. It works by running its analysis routines in the scope of the parent process of the game, and detecting any suspicious activity or modification of the game files. If Xigncode3 detects any cheating or hacking attempt, it will terminate the game process and display an error code.
Why Bypass Xigncode3?
Some players may want to bypass Xigncode3 for various reasons, such as:
Using mods, trainers, or other tools that enhance the game experience or provide extra features.
Using debuggers, disassemblers, or other tools that allow reverse engineering or analysis of the game code.
Avoiding false positives or compatibility issues that may cause Xigncode3 to block legitimate programs or devices.
Protecting their privacy or security from potential data collection or malware infection by Xigncode3.
However, bypassing Xigncode3 may also have some risks, such as:
Violating the terms of service or end-user license agreement of the game, which may result in account suspension or ban.
Exposing the game to potential vulnerabilities or exploits that may compromise the game integrity or fairness.
Getting detected by other anti-cheat systems or methods that may be used by the game developer or publisher.
Therefore, bypassing Xigncode3 should be done at your own risk and discretion, and only for educational or personal purposes.
How to Bypass Xigncode3?
One of the methods to bypass Xigncode3 is to use a DLL file that emulates the integrity-check for Xigncode3. This method works by replacing the original Xigncode3 file (x3.xem) with a custom DLL file (x3.dll) that hooks into the Xigncode3 files and exports, and forwards all integrity-check requests to a host application that launches and initializes Xigncode3. This way, any attempt at attacking the original game process will remain undetected by Xigncode3.
To use this method, you will need:
A DLL file that contains the code for bypassing Xigncode3. You can download one from here, or compile one yourself using the code provided by st4ckh0und or mfaster.
A host application that launches and initializes Xigncode3. You can use any game that uses Xigncode3 as a host application, such as AVA (Alliance of Valiant Arms).
To bypass Xigncode3 using this method, follow these steps:
Go into the Xigncode root folder of your game. This is usually located in the same folder as your game executable.
Rename "x3.xem" to "x3.dummy". This will prevent Xigncode3 from loading normally.
Rename "x3.dll" to "x3.xem" and put it into the Xigncode root folder. This will replace the original Xigncode3 file with your custom DLL file.
Start your host application and let it launch and initialize 061ffe29dd