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by Mobius
20 Nov 2015, 11:39
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Decompiling
Replies: 111
Views: 35278

Re: Decompiling

Unfortunately what I've seen of Ahk_h the methodology behind the password better serves obstruction of post compile manipulation rather than obstructing the acquisition of the password as one only needs to trace the references to the character's in a debugger. My advice would be to build a wrapper a...
by Mobius
16 Nov 2015, 18:09
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Decompiling
Replies: 111
Views: 35278

Re: Decompiling

Thankyou very much for your time HotKeyIt :) I think I should take a much closer look before posting further!

Ed: I was kinda hoping this wouldn't be as cut and dry as it first appeared, unlike hybridization of the original AutoHotkey payload algorithm :(
by Mobius
16 Nov 2015, 17:55
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Decompiling
Replies: 111
Views: 35278

Re: Decompiling

If each character of the password is stored as an individual and an identical character (within the password) is used as an individual within the source then post optimization that same character will only exist once in the binary and be used as an individual reference point for multiple code proced...
by Mobius
16 Nov 2015, 16:53
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Decompiling
Replies: 111
Views: 35278

Re: Decompiling

Afaik you can't simply change that, it is not a static string that is assigned. My bad then. Afaik? You don't know? Didn't you say to users that recompilation after changing the password string is necessary, so what happens to that string during the vs 2010 build process, it must still exist static...
by Mobius
16 Nov 2015, 16:18
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Decompiling
Replies: 111
Views: 35278

Re: Decompiling

To those that don't wish to recompile the builder to change the password simply patch the static string in the standalone builder (a temporary version ofc) Limitation of this however is that the new password must be of equal or lesser length than the hardcoded password but still doable. Vlad how do...

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