OSP 1.1 is Released

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Published by Sir Paul 16 years ago , last updated 5 years ago
A new version of OPS has now been released from the new makers. OSP 1.1 is finally out you can grab your copy from HERE. The changes to version 1.1 are as follows: [quote]- security: remapShader Remote Exploit (http://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2006-2236) CS_ITEMS Remote Stack Overflow Exploit (http://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2006-3401) CG_ServerCommand Exploit (http://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2006-3400) - security: fix quite a few null pointer deferences - security: fix crash exploits - fix: sof2++ flash nade timers - fix: sof2++ anm14 animation timers - fix: sof2++ smoke greande issues - fix: sof2++ OICW explosive damage - fix: balanceteams behavior doesn't need to map restart - fix: disable_sof2pp_* and disable_pickup_* now honors all weapons - fix: minor anticheat update - fix: UI crashes - fix: possible dissappearing models - chg: cheat protect fx_nearCull and cl_timenudge - chg: remove netcode changes from previous version - chg: drawfps now polls at 60fps, instead of every 4fps. this will average out to show smoother frame counts - add: osp_fixedhz <0|1> [default 1] serverside cvar. this will impliment 125hz fixed frequency to prevent framerate dependant physics for jumps, weapons etc - add: insert osp_fixedhz into /settings and serverinfo. this will show up in a game browser (all seeing eye etc) as being enabled/disabled - add: match_mutespecs <0|1> allow/prevents spectators from chatting during a match - add: match_latejoin <0|1> prevents/allows players from joining a match - add: cvars to control messing spamming of clients. These default to "0" - g_msgs Duration in seconds between messages sent to users Setting g_msgs to 10 will spam a message to all clients every 10 seconds - g_msg where x is a number. Messages will be displayed from lowest to higher (0-9) - g_msgprefix where string is a prefix. ie: set g_msgprefix "^1OSP ^2TEST ^3SERVER:" - g_msgpos position of messages - <0> screen area - <1> center screen - <2> console[/quote] Go download it now, give it a test and see what you think :)
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