Auto-Login (1.9 rdy!)

291 Downloads Last Updated: Nov 2, 2006 Game Version: 1.12.0  

This project is abandoned and its default file will likely not work with the most recent version of World of Warcraft. Whether this project is out of date or its author has marked it as abandoned, this project is no longer maintained.

Small Program that starts WoW and performs a login with your password. The program is written in Visual Basic and if you don't trust me, just recompile it, i uploaded the source files ;)

Use: Put the .exe into you WoW Folder and create a shortcut. Add your password to the command line like you would for example -console in counter-strike etc. Start the shortcut!

Info: You might need the Visual Basic Runtime Files (generic files needed for any program written in VB). Link:

** The program does NOT do anything with the password except ONE SendKeys() command (for login) **

Enc-Version: Encrypts the Password and saves it in your Registry. As well as you WoW.exe destination. Thus you can put the program wherever you want, not necessarely in your WoW Folder (like the other versions). I did not (and will not) upload the source for this version, since the Encrypting algorithm would be sort of useless then. I guarantee for this version, that this program does _not_ spy your password or save it anywhere but in your local registry.

Del-Version: Start the program with a delay as a commandline (like in previous versions the password). I chose to add it like that so that you don't have to retype it every single time, but you can also have another shortcut to it with a different delay (1hour and 0sec delay for example). The delay is added as hours:minutes:seconds. It does not take just two digits for each, so you can add like 120:00 for two hours (for whatever reason you might want to do that).

Oops... Uploaded a testversion of the delay one... Sorry!!!!!! I fixed it...

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