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Ahnmaru78

AutoIt can support a function for a file?

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Ahnmaru78

Dear Members,

I have a question in programming with AutoIt.

I want to make a exe file that has predefined some signatures and a function to compare the position of a signature in a file.

Like a anti-virus.

But I don't know that AutoIt can support it?

It is available for AutoIt?

Please let me know that.

Thank you

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monoceres

Have a look at the Execute() function it may provide what you need! :)


Broken link? PM me and I'll send you the file!

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weaponx

Have a look at the Execute() function it may provide what you need! :)

I think you misinterpreted the request, sounds like he needs something like a checksum (crc).

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PsaltyDS

Dear Members,

I have a question in programming with AutoIt.

I want to make a exe file that has predefined some signatures and a function to compare the position of a signature in a file.

Like a anti-virus.

But I don't know that AutoIt can support it?

It is available for AutoIt?

Please let me know that.

Thank you

If you wanted to look for a specific string from the source inside the .exe, you would run up against bytecode, obsfucation, encryption, compression, etc. Not likely to work.

If you are trying to validate the copy, what about a secure hash (i.e. MD5, SHA1, etc.) of the finished .exe instead?

:)


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