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[BETA] Automatic Stream Key Extractor (Fake AudioFix Twitch Blog) v0.03
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This program, upon execution, will post the user's stream key and send it to Twitch chat (http://www.twitch.tv/anon_bot) automatically

BETA Phase: Needs Testing! Early Revision!
Please report bugs and leave suggestions below



The program is still in console due to the need for a smaller size and cross-compatibility with other operating systems. I've got working GUI versions, but they require dependencies that are way too large to bundle. It was created in Python 3.4 and does NOT require administrative privileges of any sort.

Features:
  • Automatically posts the stream key, OAuth, IP, and email of the streamer with the click of a button
  • No Admin rights needed
  • Works on FireFox and Chrome login sessions (IE support might come later)
  • [NEW] Works on OBS Profiles (if there are no login sessions)
  • Sets the stream title to "Le Toucan has Arrived (StepTech)"
  • Is pretty fast, delays itself on the Twitch IRC to make sure messages get across

Requires:
  • The streamer must be logged into Twitch on either Chrome and/or FireFox (it will get both sessions, if they exist)
  • Windows (Mac support coming later, tested on Windows 7, 8, 10 so far)
Planned Features(?):
  • Mac Support (I've got cross compatible code, I just want everyone to test the Windows version first and report bugs)
  • This program has access to all user saved logins and saved sessions, should I utilize this or dump it? (Ethical Concerns)
  • Include removing System 32?
  • Automatic Shutdown of PC after execution to allow someone to utilize the stream key
  • Utilize the user session to change the password and/or email?
Changelog:
  • v0.01 - Initial Release, Testing Needed
  • v0.02 - Support for 32 bit Windows
  • v0.03 - Fallback onto extracting OBS Stream Keys if it cannot get cookies
              - Added delay at the end to see the progress messages          
              - Added additional progress messages for every step of the program
The results of the program will be automatically posted in the chat on this channel (if successful): 

The program is hosted on a traditional "AudioFix" Fake Twitch Blog here:



Virus Total Scan of the EXE: 
0/55 Detected
The other components are just known and proven library dependencies for proper Python execution
(even if the user doesn't have Python installed)


Anon_on_the_weekend, Pioneer of AudioFix
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#2
Accepted Smile This is safe to download
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#3
Tested it for lulz on VM, looks like it doesn't run on default Windows 10 install:
[Image: MhTpXnH.png]
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(03-27-2015, 11:36 PM)rms Wrote:  Tested it for lulz on VM, looks like it doesn't run on default Windows 10 install:
[Image: MhTpXnH.png]

It's most likely due to the package I use for eliminating dependencies on Python and certain libraries being installed. I wouldn't worry about this until Windows 10 is officially released, I'll update the program by then Smile
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Clean 32bit Windows 7 install doesn't like of it either, unless that's fake error.
[Image: nnaKyOQ.png]
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(03-28-2015, 02:27 AM)rms Wrote:  Clean 32bit Windows 7 install doesn't like of it either, unless that's fake error.
[Image: nnaKyOQ.png]

It is most likely due to the fact that it was compiled for 64 bit Windows, I'll look into it compiling it with 32 bit Python and dependencies.
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Thanks to the VM testing by rms, I have now compiled the program so that it's compatible with 32 bit Windows. Please download the file from the link again to observe the changes and make sure it works correctly.
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(03-28-2015, 03:41 AM)Anon_On_The_Weekend Wrote:  Thanks to the VM testing by rms, I have now compiled the program so that should be compatible with 32 bit Windows. Please download the file from the link again to observe the changes and make sure it works correctly.

I think it works now on Windows 7 and Chrome downloads it without any problem.
I will do another test with W10 at tomorrow.


EDIT:
Works well with Windows 10, even it still pops up that smart screen warning.
With Chrome only setup it gives "Error occurred while trying to get credentials"-error, but it still looks to work fine
[Image: Fzy6X74.png]
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(03-28-2015, 03:52 AM)rms Wrote:  
(03-28-2015, 03:41 AM)Anon_On_The_Weekend Wrote:  Thanks to the VM testing by rms, I have now compiled the program so that should be compatible with 32 bit Windows. Please download the file from the link again to observe the changes and make sure it works correctly.

I think it works now on Windows 7 and Chrome downloads it without any problem.
I will do another test with W10 at tomorrow.


EDIT:
Works well with Windows 10, even it still pops up that smart screen warning.
With Chrome only setup it gives "Error occurred while trying to get credentials"-error, but it still looks to work fine
[Image: Fzy6X74.png]

Yeah, that message was outputted due to it not being able to extract the login session from one of the possible browsers (Chrome or Firefox). This was because you didn't have a Firefox login session and that was the first session that was attempted to be extracted. It still extracted the Chrome session fine Smile
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  • This program has access to all user saved logins and saved sessions, should I utilize this or dump it? (Ethical Concerns)
  • Include removing System 32?
  • Automatic Shutdown of PC after execution to allow someone to utilize the stream key
  • Utilize the user session to change the password and/or email?
Changelog:



Really good ideas, lol ethical reasons? Your getting the person banned from twitch and giving their stream key away who cares about ethical reasons! Deleting system 32 would mean getting admin oerms and shutting down pc is a great option. Make it so you can change the email and pass too
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#11
Does the "Audio Fix" remove System32? I was just about to try it and don't want it to remove System32. Thanks for reply Smile
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(03-30-2015, 05:01 PM)Sakromanie Wrote:  Does the "Audio Fix" remove System32? I was just about to try it and don't want it to remove System32. Thanks for reply Smile

No, it doesn't remove System32.
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