Using source code in Roblox

How to Develop a Roblox Exploit

Making a Roblox exploit is difficult. Unlike normal software development, developing a Roblox exploit requires the developer to study the internals of Roblox and how the engine works. It also requires the developer to have a good knowledge of computer science and how the Windows operating system works internally. While developing a Roblox exploit is difficult, it is entirely possible provided you have the patience to do so.

First part of three:
Obtain your development tools

  1. 1 Download the Visual Studio 2015 Community. Visual Studio is the Microsoft suite of development tools used to create software (programs) for the Windows operating system. Fortunately, Microsoft has a completely free version of Visual Studio called Community for those who collaborate on open source projects or use software as a hobby.
  2. 2 Acquire a reverse engineering tool. The process of reverse engineering dissects the internals of a program to examine its behavior or code. In Roblox exploits, this is necessary as you need to know how Roblox works inside in order to create hacks for its client. There are many reverse engineering tools out there, but the most popular ones are IDA Pro and Binary Ninja.
  3. 3 Obtain a debugger. A debugger is used to find and fix bugs in software, and in some cases it also changes the behavior of a program. While using a debugger may not be entirely necessary, it can help you diagnose problems in Roblox's code or your own exploits. If you've bought (or are planning to buy) IDA Pro, you don't need to request a debugger as it comes with an IDA debugger. Otherwise, you can get a free debugger from the Internet, e.g. B. OllyDbg.
    • Alternatively, if you have Cheat Engine (a popular video game cheat tool) you can also use its debugging features, although they are known for their instability.

Second part of three:
Learn basic computer programming and Roblox reverse engineering

  1. 1 Learn a programming language that compiles with native code and is (preferably) natively compatible with the Windows operating system. High-level languages ​​such as Lua, Python or Go do not have the functions and compatibility required to develop Roblox exploits, while low-level languages ​​such as C / C ++ and Ada can manipulate structures that are necessary for a working hack are. Considering that the Roblox client is programmed in C ++, it would make sense for you to write your hacks in that language as well (but that's not necessary).
  2. 2 Read how to reverse engineer software. Many free reverse engineering eBooks / PDFs can be found by a simple Google search. Some of them may require a thorough understanding of how a computer works. However, if you narrow your search to the topics you need to know specifically (such as undoing the C / C ++ software), you can find some relatively simple guides that will help you understand the process of reverse engineering.
  3. 3 Join a community focused on using Roblox. Roblox's largest exploiting community out here, V3rmillion, has plenty of guides on how to develop and use Roblox exploits. While most V3rmillion users don't like people new to the exploiting scene, some can be very friendly and help you develop an exploit.
  4. 4 Read the Roblox source code. In January 2017, a copy of Roblox's source code was released to the public. If you were given a copy of this source code, you could easily learn how the Roblox engine worked without having to reverse engineer it through a program.
    • Be aware that obtaining the above source code could cause legal or technical problems (as users infect the source code with malware). However, if you stay in known safe communities, the chances of finding a clean leak of the source code are higher than anywhere else on the internet.
  5. 5 Seek help from masters. Fortunately for newbies, finding help from benevolent (and knowledgeable!) Exploit developers is a breeze. A collective of Roblox reverse engineers called "Rain" can be contacted on V3rmillion, and some of their senior members will be more than happy to help you develop your own exploit. Note that some other exploit developers are Jordanian or Anarcho-Jordanian (a term coined by V3rmillion users to describe users who are unwilling to help because your own things are better than working with others Users), exhales elitism and rarely wants to help other people, so you need to make sure you are contacting the right people.
  6. 6 Read the code of publicly available exploits. Some exploit developers have released the source code for their exploits to the public so that people can understand how they work. This could be very helpful for the learning process in developing Roblox exploits. Also, code that was developed two years ago still works and is constantly being recycled by exploit developers (as the code is known for its stability and usability) and is currently in the public eye, so don't be afraid to code from exploits that already exist in use your own projects as long as you understand how the code works and what it does.

Part three of three:
Share your exploit

  1. 1 Look for a medium to share your exploit with. While some users may want to keep their hack (or hacks) to themselves, some may want to share it with the public for the greater good of the Roblox exploiting community. You can easily find a website to post your exploit. In fact, any video game cheating website is a good website to post your exploit on.
  2. 2 Set up a community for your exploit. Some exploits that got big formed a large, organized community, usually centered around a group chat. Communication software like Discord or Skype is perfect for the users of your exploit as they are free and usually bug free. Please note that you don't need to create a centralized community for your exploit: most free exploits don't get big here (they almost always do), so their creators don't spend their precious time creating a Discord server or a Skype Group chat for their exploits.
  3. 3 Take it a step further and consider selling your exploit. It's entirely up to you to sell or share your exploit for free, but if you're low on cash, selling your exploit can help you get some cash. The exploit business is very profitable (in fact, more than ever: the number of exploits sold in 2017 doubled in just 3 months) and prices are typically between $ 30 and $ 60. For example, the "ProtoSmasher" exploit generated over a thousand dollars (approximately) just two days after the exploit was published.
    • Note that selling an overpriced exploit will always lower sales. So make sure that the price of your exploit is adjusted based on the capabilities of your hack.