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is any possibility to change the binaries dump data in compresed exe ?

E8 27 C2 00 00 E9 79 FE FF FF 55 8B EC 83 EC 08

http://img101.imageshack.us/img101/7703/printt.jpg

(this is uithout UPX compresed.)

With UPX, is diferit but the same to all autoit exe.

How i obtain this? Open exe with ollydbg , find the selected row, right click, folow the dump.

is any possibility to change this ?

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jchd

Is there only one legitimate reason to mess up with executables this way (AutoIt or else)?


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AKA

I need just a metod to change this hex code.

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rudi

Hi.

is any possibility to change the binaries dump data in compresed exe ?

1.) uncompress your exe

2.) stringreplace() or stringregexpreplace()

3.) compress your exe

Regards, Rudi.


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rudi

Hi.

Please prefere post in the forum instead of using PM

Sent 3 minutes ago

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=115509

1.) uncompress your exe

2.) stringreplace() or stringregexpreplace()

3.) compress your exe

Regards, Rudi.

Tnx, but how this work? In script i don't have any string to replace. Can you explain me more in detail please ?

Then I didn't get what you need, sorry!

I thought, that you want to change some hex values your image is displaying?

Regards, Rudi.


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AKA

I want to change 1-2 caracter in hex code, to be different codes between autoit exe. All are the same this is my problem, is any posibility to change one or more hex code? Image is just an exemple, to what i need.

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PsaltyDS

Editing any file in binary is trivial:

FileOpen() in binary mode

FileRead()

FileClose()

Modify data

FileOpen() in binary write mode

FileWrite()

FileClose()

But you should have been able to figure that out in ten minutes with the help file. How did you get to know enough about the file format to want to hex edit it without learning basics like how to read and write a file?

What's the real question here?

:mellow:


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AKA

PsaltyDS - destroy the file that way

If i disable UPX compresion in aut2exe is change the hex code,and all uncompresed exe have a same code. I think is in the compilation. It is some kind of setting that influences this?

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Mobius

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