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Not use upx compressor! Edit exe resourse,how?

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English is not my native language ,so maybe some mistakes.

er, i have edit a script and compressed with the "Aut2exe.exe", and i have notice that there is a upx in the Aut2exe directory, when i moved upx out of the directory , the "Aut2exe.exe" can't work normally , i don't want to use the upx to compress or add shell , is there any way to deal it ?

can anyone give me some advise .

By the way ,i want to edit the "Aut2exe.exe" compressed exe files's resourse with exescope, can anyone give me some advise ,or give me some try logs ?

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can anyone give me some tips about the question above?

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My best advice to you is don't play with this sort of thing. There is no official support for manipulating a compiled script and once you start doing such, you run an extremely high risk of destroying the integrity of the script.

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My best advice to you is don't play with this sort of thing.  There is no official support for manipulating a compiled script and once you start doing such, you run an extremely high risk of destroying the integrity of the script.

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yeah,It is true , i have do some operation about it ,but all aren't succeed , but if we do it and succeed ,isn't it a more pleasure?

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Then no advise?

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English is not my native language ,so maybe some mistakes.

er, i have edit a script and compressed with the "Aut2exe.exe", and i have notice that there is a upx in the Aut2exe directory, when i moved upx out of the directory , the "Aut2exe.exe" can't work normally , i don't want to use the upx to compress or add shell , is there any way to deal it ?

can anyone give me some advise .

By the way ,i want to edit the "Aut2exe.exe" compressed exe files's resourse with exescope, can anyone give me some advise ,or give me some try logs ?

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to bypass the compression method simply rename upx.exe to 1upx.exe , copy any executable like notepad.exe and rename it to upx.exe and compile , compression will be skipped.

As for modifiying Aut2exe.exe forget about it cause it's protected with a CRC check, check :

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/scite/.../CompileAU3.htm

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/scite

if that doesn't help go learn some tutorials over CRC checking.

Hope this will help you :)

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Unless I'm terribly wrong, you may wish to search the forums because I remember someone writing a script to give complete control over the compilation process (things like choosing a custom compressor, etc.).

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to bypass the compression method simply rename upx.exe to 1upx.exe , copy any executable like notepad.exe and rename it to upx.exe and compile , compression will be skipped.

As for modifiying Aut2exe.exe forget about it cause it's protected with a CRC check, check :

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/scite/.../CompileAU3.htm

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/scite

if that doesn't help go learn some tutorials over CRC checking.

Hope this will help you  :)

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Thanks very much , you give a really interesting way, Thanks to your idear .

" CRC check"a really hard check .

"http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/scite/.../CompileAU3.htm" This is a good page ,give me a lot of information.

In a word ,thanks "jaxman" your informaiton gives me a lot .

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Unless I'm terribly wrong, you may wish to search the forums because I remember someone writing a script to give complete control over the compilation process (things like choosing a custom compressor, etc.).

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Is it the script in the bottom of the down page?

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/scite/.../CompileAU3.htm

or something else?

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Is it the script in the bottom of the down page?

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/scite/.../CompileAU3.htm

or something else?

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Yep, that's the one! I'm pretty sure it has the facility to disable UPX, but I haven't tried it. It probably wouldn't be too difficult to add this feature if it doesn't exist.

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