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Discussion Hacking Gamerscore: Timestamping

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Afternoon Se7enSins,

I've been looking through the forums, and something that seems synonymous with the topic of hacking Gamerscore, is being reset for it. One of the proposed solutions for this is carefully time stamping your achievements, making it appear that they were unlocked logically and more importantly, legitimately.

I personally am very rarely connected to Live on my 360, and it spends a lot of it's time just sat there, unplugged and gathering loveless dust. However, one thing I noticed is when it's been unplugged for a bit, is that it loses the time, resetting it back to November 2005 (if I remember accurately). Therefore, any achievements unlocked (offline only, as going online would set the clock) would be time stamped on the 360 at an incorrect date/time, only related to how long the 360 had been plugged in.

Now by artificially time stamping hacked achievements at a reasonable time period after the resetting time (for example, time stamping a "first level complete" achievement an hour after the reset date) would make it appear it was gained legitimately but after the 360 had been unplugged. Therefore, many achievements could be timestamped with very similar dates and times, and added simultaneously, and would simply appear to have been unlocked legitimately on an xbox that was rarely plugged in.

This isn't tested any further than knowing that the time resets to the same time every time my 360 is unplugged, but provided only offline achievements were unlocked (and with a little common sense) this could be a way to avoid having your score reset from hacking.

[Don't hold me responsible if you are reset - I haven't, and won't hack my score, I don't care for it much, but I'd prefer for it not to be zero!]
 
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I don't know what you are suggesting. Only achievements unlocked online are timestamped. Why would it make it look legitimate to unlock an achievement offline, with the time on your xbox 4 years wrong? If you want to hack achievements in a legitimate order you can do this on profile editor or manually hex, and put whatever timestamp you want, although profile editor no longer works on new dashboard.

If you are going to hack offline achievements only then you don't need to worry about a timestamp, just get the order correct, which is easily done.

As for avoiding being reset, by hacking gs, the only thing I can suggest is get the order right, make sure you timestamp online achievements, and I personally would make sure that I would legitimately get things like, get 10000 kills on gow, then they cant deduce things from leaderboards. Also I usually make sure that I was online on a certain game at the time for which I timestamped the online achievements for that game.

Also, the time on your xbox makes absolutely no difference, as when you hack achievements you do it on your PC any way. Thanks for trying to help but you are slightly misinformed on this topic.
 
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Gears Gamer said:
I don't know what you are suggesting. Only achievements unlocked online are timestamped. Why would it make it look legitimate to unlock an achievement offline, with the time on your xbox 4 years wrong? If you want to hack achievements in a legitimate order you can do this on profile editor or manually hex, and put whatever timestamp you want, although profile editor no longer works on new dashboard.

If you are going to hack offline achievements only then you don't need to worry about a timestamp, just get the order correct, which is easily done.

As for avoiding being reset, by hacking gs, the only thing I can suggest is get the order right, make sure you timestamp online achievements, and I personally would make sure that I would legitimately get things like, get 10000 kills on gow, then they cant deduce things from leaderboards. Also I usually make sure that I was online on a certain game at the time for which I timestamped the online achievements for that game.

Also, the time on your xbox makes absolutely no difference, as when you hack achievements you do it on your PC any way. Thanks for trying to help but you are slightly misinformed on this topic.
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Gears Gamer said:
Only achievements unlocked online are timestamped.

If you are going to hack offline achievements only then you don't need to worry about a timestamp, just get the order correct, which is easily done.

Sorry, I didn't realise only online achievements were timestamped. I'll crawl back into my corner now! :|

So with that in mind, what I said really was quite silly. Oops!
 
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Ahhh..? wrong thread much?
 
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