meneleos

UseShellExecute for autoit ?

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Hi.

in visual studio :

            Process startProcess = new Process();
            startProcess.StartInfo.FileName = Globals.BinaryName;
            startProcess.StartInfo.Arguments = "--withkey";
            startProcess.StartInfo.UseShellExecute = false;
            startProcess.Start();

for auto it ? i want to run it > test.pyd test.exe > test.pyd => change exe to pyd

My code :

ShellExecute('test.pyd')

not working. i need UseShellExecute for autoit.

thanks.

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launchProgram()
Func launchProgram()
    
    ShellExecute("C:\file extension here")
    
EndFunc   ;==>launchProgram

 

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11 minutes ago, aa2zz6 said:
launchProgram()
Func launchProgram()
    
    ShellExecute("C:\file extension here")
    
EndFunc   ;==>launchProgram

 

not work. because ".pyd" file. 

"startProcess.StartInfo.UseShellExecute = false;"

need

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pyd is a python file correct?

 

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6 minutes ago, aa2zz6 said:

pyd is a python file correct?

 

no.

pyd is exe file.

 

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Hmm.. I've only known these pyd files as just dll files ready for python importing. To distinguish from the normal dlls.

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4 minutes ago, aa2zz6 said:

Hmm.. I've only known these pyd files as just dll files ready for python importing. To distinguish from the normal dlls.

I did so to hide the .exe extension. 

pyd or pyc or ml or nd or qk 

:/

c#

            Process startProcess = new Process();
            startProcess.StartInfo.FileName = "test.pyd";
            startProcess.StartInfo.Arguments = "--withkey";
            startProcess.StartInfo.UseShellExecute = false;
            startProcess.Start();

it's work.

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1 hour ago, meneleos said:

I did so to hide the .exe extension. 

pyd or pyc or ml or nd or qk 

:/

c#


            Process startProcess = new Process();
            startProcess.StartInfo.FileName = "test.pyd";
            startProcess.StartInfo.Arguments = "--withkey";
            startProcess.StartInfo.UseShellExecute = false;
            startProcess.Start();

it's work.

You know the file is really an executable, so you cannot hide it from yourself.

This forum does not support blatant malicious coding, so I suggest you try give a legitimate purpose for this.


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1 hour ago, JohnOne said:

You know the file is really an executable, so you cannot hide it from yourself.

This forum does not support blatant malicious coding, so I suggest you try give a legitimate purpose for this.

malicious coding ? No. This is auto patcher. 

exe files should be confidential. If exe file is entered, auto update remains disabled. 

sorry my bad english

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meneleos,

8 hours ago, JohnOne said:

Under what specific circumstances do you need to disguise an executable file?

And I want to have an acceptable answer to that question before this thread goes any further.

M23


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