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    i'm going to get some info from a process in windows by using some code to open a dll and call a function in the dll then extract the return to a text file ... i need to know the contents inside the dll file is there anyway i could decode it since it's encrypted.

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    I understood him.

    You could decode it of course but what is the encryption type like? Is it some of microsoft's home brew? Or a worldwide recognized standard?

    and also, I assume you are creating this in what language..............?
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    • #3
      standard ms encryption for dll's

      EDIT : I'm not trying to insult some one for correcting my puncuation, but honestly grow a brain since I don't think you have the first time around. Anyone who passed fifth grade would be as much help as you were.

      Klepto, i'm in an awkward position as of now you haven't by any chance heard of "AutoIT" have you ? It's a simple scripting language designed to simulate keystrokes and mouse clicking. Perfect for making bots,although,my usage for it is different you might say.Some game hacker that I know of by the name of " Magic Hound " kind of inspired me to take this route for a bit.
      Last edited by ExCeeded; July 5, 2005, 22:48.

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      • #4
        Well I think I came up with a solution.When I opened Hexworks I noticed that it was able to decode from recognizing the offset values.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ExCeeded
          Well I think I came up with a solution.When I opened Hexworks I noticed that it was able to decode from recognizing the offset values.

          Ouch. GG no Re I guess. I found that the dll's I try to open aren't "encrypted", but packed and I'd need a program such as "softice" to get around that.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ExCeeded
            standard ms encryption for dll's

            EDIT : I'm not trying to insult some one for correcting my puncuation, but honestly grow a brain since I don't think you have the first time around. Anyone who passed fifth grade would be as much help as you were.
            Insulting me because you lack the ability to convey your question in a proper manner seems uncalled-for.
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            • #7
              ExCeeded, how about instead is saying "New question" for the topic you instead make it relative to the question? Maybe title it "Encrypted DLL access help requested" or something like that so we have an idea what the thread is about. You will notice that all threads here are like that or else they'd all be titled with the banal "Question here" or "Comment here."

              Thanks.

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