BASIX is an open source serverside Anti-Hack for ArmA 3
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README.md

README.md

BASIX

BASIX is a serverside addon developed to aid in the defence against hackers ans script-kiddies, BASIX achieves this by remotely sending code to each client that joins the server which runs in the background until illegitimate activity is found.

Features:

  • Runs completely serverside, this means no yellow question mark in the serverbrowser
  • Highly configurable, BASIX comes with a configuration file to changes scan options
  • Whitelist to prevent admins and VIP's being falsely detected as hacking
  • When a player is detected as hacking they are kicked to the lobby and players alerted
  • Players that get kicked by BASIX will not be able to reconnect until the server restarts

BASIX Options:

  • Blacklisted addon files (PBO Files)
  • Blacklisted variable names (Comes with some common Hack-Variables already configured)
  • Blacklisted classnames, useful due to hackers being able to hide addon files (Comes with some common Hack-Classnames already configured)
  • User defined speed limit (e.g. if someone goes 3000 kmh they are probably hacking)
  • Blacklisted weapons (Useful for Life servers, e.g. you probably don't want people walking around with some missile launchers)
  • Blacklisted vehicles (Same as the vehicle Blacklist except vehicles, e.g. Blacklist tanks, etc...)
  • Anti-Teleport detection
  • Small limited admin menu system

Installation Instructions:

  1. Install C++ runtime from the link below http://www.microsoft.com/en-nz/downl....aspx?id=40784
  2. Extract the .zip folder contents into your ArmA 3 server directory
  3. When prompted to merge the "Addons" folder click yes
  4. Edit the settings in "BASIX_CONFIG\fn_BASIX_SETTINGS.sqf"
  5. Start your server as normal, BASIX has been installed!