|Transport Layer:||Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)|
|Application Layer:||Battle.net v1 TCP Messages (SID)|
|Direction:||Client to Server|
|Used By:||(nothing or unknown)|
(does not include protocol header)
Returns the requested registry value from S>C 0x18 SID_REGISTRY.
You would think Blizzard would actually have the Key Value be VOID, not STRING. Shame I cannot test that to see if it really is a VOID, because Battle.net does not use this anymore.
Allowing access to the Windows registry without checking what is requested first is always a security risk, even if the data being requested is not changed. Does anyone know what Battle.net used to use this for? What values (paths and keys) it told the client to send the value of?