Keyhash Search

SWBF2 Keyhash Search

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What is this "Keyhash Search"?

Keyhash search results will provide alias names linked through a player's Star Wars Battlefront 2 online encrypted hash. Your queried hash is checked against our database of all the participating servers that have ever submitted their server files to our website for community leaderboard and player rankings.

Online Star Wars Battlefront 2 (Classic) server admins can retrieve an online player's individual SWBF2 (Classic) installation keyhash from their SWBF2 Server Manager logs or from the online SWBF2 remote server manager itself (while it was running the server). Once a server admin has retrieved this online keyhash for a specific player on their server, the server admin can then come to our website and enter that SWBF2 online keyhash using the keyhash search form that is on this page.

The user generated query will look through our database of ALL the SWBF2 (Classic) servers that has ever wanted to have leaderboards for the Star Wars Battlefront 2 (Classic) game through our website. The search results will display the leaderboards statistics for that player AND any alias names used by that player. You could then click on that "alias" and get the statistics for just that individual or complete statistics across all leaderboards based upon ALL the alias names used by the SWBF2 (Classic) online encrypted hash.

What is the SWBF2 (Classic) online keyhash?

If you play Star Wars Battlefront 2 (Classic) online in multiplayer mode, Your game will generate an online keyhash. That keyhash is a 32 digit encrypted hash of your installation key for the Star Wars Battlefront 2 (Classic) game. If you joined an SWBF2 online server, your keyhash would follow you and you would be identified as that encrypted keyhash on that server along with whatever alias name you were using at the time. If you stayed until the end of the session (map), your keyhash would be logged in the "statistics.csv" file. Your keyhash was always the same and was permanent. It did not matter what server you joined, the period of time between sessions, or the alias name you used. Your keyhash was the same as it was 2 years ago even if you changed the "alias" name you were playing with "in game".

The online keyhash search tool can be utilized in several ways.

  • Individual gaming groups, clans, and teams can track their own players. SWBF2 (Classic) Server admins can then filter leaderboards based on their own criteria. (ie: Search [JJB] when looking for all rankings of all players playing with the [JJB] tag like [JJB]JarJar, etc.)

  • An SWBF2 (Classic) server admin can verify an individual player (or players) for online competitive matches. All players in an online SWBF2 (Classic) server has their SWBF2 (Classic) online hash showing in the SWBF2 server manager simply by joining that online server. Every online server generates a log when the map session ends. Verifying a player's installation hash against a KNOWN hash for that player was the core of online verification in the online SWBF2 competitive community which was INCREDIBLY strong for quite some time.

  • Our keyhash search tool can also used to gain insight to potential trolls who can easily change their SWBF2 alias name. Search for any alias names that player has been playing under. You can easily ban a player on your own server by adding their keyhash to the SWBF2 Server Manager. SWBF2 (Classic) admins can easily share blacklists for known hackers, wall glitchers, exploiters, trolls, and more.

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