I’d like some insight to the meanings of the following messages when checking for MOSS file integrity.
ZIP renamed (doesn’t necessarily mean anything else than the zip is renamed?)
LOG corrupted (means that log file has been edited?)
ZIP corrupted (means that the zip as a whole is edited in some way?)
Invalid file (consequence of the things above?)
I’d like clarification that does getting LOG/ZIP corrupted mean for sure that the ZIP (and it’s contents) have been manipulated in some way.
Can this happen only because of intentional manipulation?
Let me know, if you want an example MOSS I found from a player.
This topic was modified 2 months, 3 weeks ago by Coconut.
Yeah, I am not looking to protest or even bring anything to ESL. Just as an example.
I am just trying to understand that if the integrity checker returns those lines, it is safe to say that the moss file has been edited in some way and therefore it is wise to protest if one ever encounters such an opponent.
yes the checker recalc the log CRC and compare to the final CRC stored inside , if a single byte change it means the log has been edited.
same thing with each image CRC , if there is a difference it means a JPG has been substed
so basically : removing, editing or changing a JPG => alert
touching anything in text log => alert