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  1. Afternoon! Just a quick one as this has dawned on me recently when creating a little program. When calling an executable I've created like Run(otherapp.exe) from within my executable is there a best practice to ensure things have gone smoothly? So for example, should I monitor the PID to ensure it runs and closes within an acceptable timeframe? Or within my other executable should I do EXITs in a certain way after functions and return codes etc? Could be a silly question but thought I'd ask.
  2. Hello, I compiled a script I made that takes a command line parameter (the version of a .msi installer) when launched. The script was compiled with the /console option. The script (.au3) works fine but the executable returns the following error: Error: array variable has incorrect number of subscripts or subscript dimension range exceeded
  3. How to retrieve the target executable path from a process. My system is effected with IMG001.exe virus and I remove the folders created by it daily but still it is creating the folders everytime I login to my PC. My Antivirus is not detecting it. So I thought to create a process in AutoIT to check for the process name IMG001.exe and retrieve the process target exe to a log file, so that I can track where it is putting these files. With ProcessExists ( "process" ) , i can get the process ID. But how to get the target location of the executable of the proces
  4. Inpired by a script by guinness, here: '?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>> he gave me an idea and i did another one for autodelete for some compiled scripts i dont want to execute out of his intended directory (privileges stuff). Thanks ; #FUNCTION# ==================================================================================================================== ; Name .......: __AutoSelfDelete; Author: Zalomalo, inspired in guinness's _SelfRename. ; Description.: AutoDelete executing script because unauthorized bad conditions (bad finemame, wrong path, etc.).
  5. PE File Overlay Extraction (and Certificate info) Executable and other PE files can contain "overlays", which is data that is appended to the end of the file. This data can be important, such as setup packages, Authenticode signatures*, and overlays for AutoIt scripts. Or it could just be extra unneeded cruft (sometimes). Whatever the case is, I wanted to find a way to detect if this data was present. This project is actually a result of dealing with so-called 'File Optimizer' programs that would strip Overlay information from Executables (leaving compiled AutoIt scripts crippled!). An
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