Call of Duty 4 Stats Editor Download

OK guys – I know I got a lot of contacts, emails, and a few comments that got stuck in the spam filter regarding the location of the CoD4statseditor14.rar file I had mentioned earlier – it looks like the site serving the stats editor it got itself delisted from Google – my guess is for being overly spammy and having pop-unders…

At any rate, you can now download the Call of Duty 4 Stats Editor v1.4 from GameCopyWorld – still somewhat spammy, but definitely working.

Good luck guys! Hope none of your lost your CoD stats over the holidays.

Call of Duty 4 v1.4 Stats Editor for PC

Looks like some one has finally done it… I got wind today that there is a full-featured stats/ranks/perks editor in the wild for Call of Duty 4 v1.4

More info on this as it comes up, but I haven’t heard anything about a new CoD4 update, and apparently punkbuster doesn’t catch it…

FYI – the filename is cod4statseditor14.rar

Good luck trying to find it!

UPDATE!

I was able to find a copy of the file floating around. It contains a text file which reads as follows:

1 Private First Class 0
2 Private First Class I 30
3 Private First Class II 120
4 Lance Corporal 270
5 Lance Corporal I 480
6 Lance Corporal II 750
7 Corporal 1080
8 Corporal I 1470
9 Corporal II 1920
10 Sergeant 2430
11 Sergeant I 3000
12 Sergeant II 3650
13 Staff Sergeant 4380
14 Staff Sergeant I 5190
15 Staff Sergeant II 6080
16 Gunnery Sergeant 7050
17 Gunnery Sergeant I 8100
18 Gunnery Sergeant II 9230
19 Master Sergeant 10440
20 Master Sergeant I 11730
21 Master Sergeant II 13100
22 Master Gunnery Sergeant 14550
23 Master Gunnery Sergeant I 16080
24 Master Gunnery Sergeant II 17690
25 2nd Lieutenant 19380
26 2nd Lieutenant I 21150
27 2nd Lieutenant II 23000
28 1st Lieutenant 24930
29 1st Lieutenant I 26940
30 1st Lieutenant II 29030
31 Captain 31240
32 Captain I 33570
33 Captain II 36020
34 Major 38590
35 Major I 41280
36 Major II 44090
37 Lt. Colonel 47020
38 Lt. Colonel 50070
39 Lt. Colonel II 53240
40 Colonel 56530
41 Colonel I 59940
42 Colonel II 63470
43 Brigadier General 67120
44 Brigadier General I 70890
45 Brigadier General II 74780
46 Major General 78790
47 Major General I 82920
48 Major General II 87170
49 Lieutenant General 91540
50 Lieutenant General I 96030
51 Lieutenant General II 100640
52 General 105370
53 General I 110220
54 General II 115190
55 Commander 120280

And the program allows you to set the numbers for:

  • Score
  • Kills
  • Headshots
  • Assists
  • Streak
  • Death
  • Experience Points (CoD4 XP)

Seems like this lil nugget is brought to us by a team called “BONER” – thanks you wankers!

So basically this is the same as the Tsearch level-up stuff we had talked about when the game was released, but includes many other parameters to change. The tool will read current values for the items mentioned above, and allows you to change them while playing. Once you perform one of the tasks – headshot, assist, kill, etc., the value will go up a point, and when you have it set just below the mark needed for XP perks, or challenges, it will give it to you. You just need to exit the game, re-join another online game and go from there.

As has been reported in our comments, the easiest for XP is a free-for-all server, say one with 50 players max.

As for headshots, try a few sniper servers.

Happy Call of Duty 4 cheating!

Allow Multiple Logins/Users for Mint Stats Tracker

I have been testing the Mint PHP web statistics script for my development sites lately, and though I love it and the modular plugins you can get for it, one feature is sorely lacking – multiple user logins.

This quick hack is by no means revolutionary, but it certainly does get the job done.

A new feature in Mint 1.2.x is to allow what’s called a “client mode” where anyone can access the statistics without the need to login. While this works for locally hosted Mint installations, the is definitely sub-optimal when it comes to a production site.

The solution? I’m sure you may have guessed it already, but by using .htaccess, you can easily set up multiple logins to Mint!

In my case I use subdomains like minttea.mytestsite.com. Using SSH, I logon to minttea.mytestsite.com, and issue this command:

pico .htaccess

In order to add user to the file, you must append the .htaccess file with lines similar to this htaccess guide.

You’ll need to encrypt the usernames and passwords, but once it’s done you will have logins enabled.

Please note that this method is susceptible to a brute-force attack, but it will keep most people from poking around with your stats.

Once I have figured out a better way (using PHP for example) I will post it here too.