hacking the sonera tietoturva

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hacking the sonera tietoturva

Postby puolakanaho » 24 Jun 2011, 13:13

i have now few hours time to hack it since i got the password now i just need help in hacking it so that it will allow punkbuster to check the files it need from the computer can anybody suggest me what to do?
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Re: hacking the sonera tietoturva

Postby gaoesa » 24 Jun 2011, 18:34

Since Sonera uses the F-Secure and the PunkBuster is white listed by them already. The advice I offered before should help. I don't know is there a way to allow a specific software to operate it's own by F-Secure. However, I do suggest you seek help from the appropriate place wich is the antivirus provider, Sonera or the F-Secure. Tell them you need to allow a program, that is a little intrusive around the system to operate without interruptions. They most likely know the name PunkBuster as it is the most well known anti cheat software there is, for lot's of games. So you should get some good advices from there. Also, hopefully advices that will not danger your whole system.

Another approach is to disable the AV when playing. I wouldn't be personally very comfortable with that one, however.
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Re: hacking the sonera tietoturva

Postby puolakanaho » 25 Jun 2011, 13:29

i tried to follow the advices you gave me but i couldnt find the right place


i found a place where you can "allow" programs to work or not to work but i couldnt find anything punkbuster related there :( exept et but it was already allowed


ill try again later and this time ill try also send a message to some official site...
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