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     Post subject:Passive trace problem
    PostPosted:Wed Mar 08, 2017 2:19 pm 
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    I'll be straight up here, I think passive trace is broken. I can delete logs with the V4 log eraser on the target system, internic and even my own gateway inside of about 30 seconds and I without fail get the coppers kicking my door down.

    So what gives? Is there an error in my method or is there really a bugged mechanic at work here?

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     Post subject:Re: Passive trace problem
    PostPosted:Thu Mar 09, 2017 4:41 am 
     

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    It's really hard to tell from that description. I'll make the assumption we are talking about bank robbery here. In that case, make sure you also delete bank statement on both ends. if you are not using Uplink bank as endpoint, you'll need to defraud the bank; there's an audit on all banks but Uplink and if they don't like the difference between your bank statement and the money in, they send the cops.


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     Post subject:Re: Passive trace problem
    PostPosted:Thu Mar 09, 2017 11:48 am 
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    It's really hard to tell from that description. I'll make the assumption we are talking about bank robbery here. In that case, make sure you also delete bank statement on both ends. if you are not using Uplink bank as endpoint, you'll need to defraud the bank; there's an audit on all banks but Uplink and if they don't like the difference between your bank statement and the money in, they send the cops.
    But it does it with everything. Internal services, mainframes, it's making the game unplayable.

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     Post subject:Re: Passive trace problem
    PostPosted:Thu Mar 09, 2017 12:34 pm 
     

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    That's really strange. I really have no idea what's going on. Never had any problems and only deleted interNIC logs. can you provide a save, so I can take a look? Preferably one right after deleting the logs, and one before the hack.


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     Post subject:Re: Passive trace problem
    PostPosted:Thu Mar 09, 2017 2:14 pm 
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    That's really strange. I really have no idea what's going on. Never had any problems and only deleted interNIC logs. can you provide a save, so I can take a look? Preferably one right after deleting the logs, and one before the hack.
    here ye go, see what you can make of it.


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     Post subject:Re: Passive trace problem
    PostPosted:Fri Mar 10, 2017 8:22 pm 
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    Alright, here's an idea. does the passive trace always start from the system you hacked, or from the server the active trace terminated on, this may be what's getting me.

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     Post subject:Re: Passive trace problem
    PostPosted:Sat Mar 11, 2017 6:22 am 
     

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    haven't found anything so far :/. the passive trace starts from the hacked system. it trickles through the node until it finds a computer or a gateway.


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