|Transport Layer:||Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)|
|Application Layer:||BotNet Messages (PACKET)|
|Direction:||Client to Server|
|Used By:||(nothing or unknown)|
(does not include protocol header)
Identify yourself with BotNet.
This should be the first message sent to the server and identifies the client's bot name and password.
For server revisions 2 and newer, the server responds with S>C 0x0A BOTNET_REVISION before the response to this packet in S>C 0x01 BOTNET_LOGON.
For server revisions 4 and newer, the server closes the connection if the client is rejected instead of sending any data. Older revisions would respond with S>C 0x01 BOTNET_LOGON with Result set to
In order to get a name and password, contact the BotNet server admin.
The Bot name may also be called the "bot ID" or "hub ID".
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