I need to get at some logic code stored in two files. They appear to be? encrypted and obfuscated, so need to be decompiled. There's only about [url removed, login to view] or so of data, so it shouldn't take? someone? with a bit of machine code knowledge too long to get into them. I have already contracted another coder to ensure that the files are properly? decompiled? ready for use in a? separate? project. They come as an .xzf and .pso file.
I will tell you where to download, and how to get at the files in question if you win. I will release payment once my other coder has confirmed that the files have been properly decompiled.
I am open to any reasonable bid, but bearing in mind that the both parts of my project (including a second development part) both have to be completed for <$1k.
As bidders have requested further information, I will soon upload a large .zip to the project. The details of the contents of this file will be outlined below.
The files to be decompiled are from a Poker Training program. The program contains several advanced poker bots. These can be found in the "bots" folder of the .zip I uploaded. Some of these are very simple, but other call actions from other processes, which I am led to believe are found in the two files names [url removed, login to view] and meerkat.xzf. These files contain the algorithms for the more complex bots. When I open them, I get garbage, but I know you people out there will be able to do something with it!
The project is to decompile these files to give the play algorithms which feed the bots actions. These will then be? implemented? into a? separate? project, unaffected by this one.
I hope this sheds a little more light on the requirements, and the the files are downloading OK. Please refer any more questions to me via pm and I will do my best to give an answer asap, probably by updating the project. I will let you know if and when I do this. Individual comments or questions will be answered via pm.
UPDATE: - It seems the .xsf file is not encrypted at all, just compressed. It contains a large number of smaller files when expanded with winrar or equivalent. These files still have no meaning to me at the moment though!
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I have re-uploaded the projects .zip file - i now contains the java scripts which call the [url removed, login to view] file. The files show it is indeed a .zip, but there is also the routine to set up the key for the decompilation. I hope this extra info may help with your bid. Many thanks to the coder who provided this information. Regards