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At first you must compile your function. Then open it with ollydbg or hex editor. Extract your function in hex, then encrypt it. But xor method or base64 is too simple and simply can detected by IDA Pro, ollydbg and ...


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If you're going to use assembly stubs, you can just patch it directly to the binary. You don't really need to use c++ to do that for you. To do that for both 32 and 64 bit, you can use CreateFile, CreateFileMapping, and MapViewOfFile. This will allow you to dump the .text section, basically all sections, of the PE and you can do whatever you want to it. Then ...


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