NAME

Game::Tibia::Packet - Session layer support for the MMORPG Tibia

SYNOPSIS

    use Game::Tibia::Packet;

    # decrypt Tibia packet
    my $read; my $ret = $sock->recv($read, 1024);
    my $res = Game::Tibia::Packet->new(packet => $read, xtea => $xtea_key);
    $packet_type = unpack('C', $res->payload);


    # encrypt a Tibia speech packet
    my $p = Game::Tibia::Packet->new;
    $p->payload .= pack("C S S S/A S C SSC S/A",
        0xAA, 0x1, 0x0, "Perl", 0, 1, 1, 1, 8,
        "Game::Tibia::Packet says Hi!\n:-)");
    $sock->send($p->finalize($xtea_key}))

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DESCRIPTION

Methods for constructing Tibia Gameserver (XTEA) packets. Handles checksum calculation and symmetric encryption depending on the requested Tibia version.

Should work with all Tibia versions less than 9.80.

METHODS AND ARGUMENTS

new(version => $version, [packet => $payload, xtea => $xtea])

Constructs a new Game::Tibia::Packet instance of version $version. If payload and XTEA are given, the payload will be decrypted and trimmed to correct size.

isValid($packet)

Checks if packet's adler32 digest matches (A totally unnecessary thing on Cipsoft's part, as we already have TCP checksum. Why hash again?)

payload() : lvalue

returns the payload as lvalue (so you can concat on it)

finalize([$XTEA_KEY])

Finalizes the packet. XTEA encrypts, prepends checksum and length.

version($version)

Returns a hash reference with protocol traits. For example for 840, it returns:

    { gmbyte => 1, outfit_addons => 1, adler32 => 1, acc_name => 1,
      stamina => 1, xtea => 1, VERSION => 840, rsa => 1, lvl_on_msg => 1 };

GIT REPOSITORY

http://github.com/athreef/Game-Tibia-Packet

SEE ALSO

The protocol was reverse engineered as part of writing my Tibia Wireshark Plugin.

Game::Tibia::Cam

Game::Tibia::Packet::Login

Game::Tibia::Packet::Charlist

http://tpforums.org/forum/forum.php http://tibia.com

AUTHOR

Ahmad Fatoum <athreef@cpan.org>, http://a3f.at

DISCLAIMER

Tibia is copyrighted by Cipsoft GmbH.

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright (C) 2016 Ahmad Fatoum

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.