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Windows refers to the Microsoft Windows series of operating systems.

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I recently came across a script that would read a file into a string, then do the equivalent of CallWindowProc((pointer to string), (pointer to encrypted string), (length of encrypted string), 0, 0) …
asked Apr 23 '14 by Avery3R
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Normally, the first parameter to CallWindowProc would be a function pointer. CallWindowProc treats the pointer to the string as a function pointer, and calls it. As long as the heap that the string ex …
answered Apr 23 '14 by Avery3R
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In a similar way, windows services must also be started by a special process. Microsoft has documentation on how to debug these kinds of processes. … The applicable section is "Configure a service to start with the WinDbg debugger attached" Locate the following registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File …
answered Jul 23 '18 by Avery3R
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This isn't a very portable trick, but kernel32.dll is always loaded at the same address when the executable is launched, that means LoadLibraryA and GetProcAddress are always at the same address. You …
answered May 24 '13 by Avery3R
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If you just want to run code before or after TryOpenPipboy is called, you can overwrite the prologue of the function with a jmp to your function. Before you overwrite it, copy the instructions in the …
answered Sep 19 '19 by Avery3R
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Marco Pontello's TrID software can usually identify what was used to compile a file.
answered Jan 5 '14 by Avery3R