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The Obby protocol consists of commands sent between a client and a server. There is one command per line, possibly with a colon and some parameters.
When a client connects to a server, the server sends:
The obby_welcome command specifies what protocol version the server uses. The net6_encryption means that the server wants an encrypted connection. The "0" parameter means that the server requests encryption; the client would use "1".
The client responds:
The server sends:
At this point, the client starts a TLS handshake. After that, the connection is encrypted.