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Regarding TCP Functions in AU3

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Hey,

AutoIt 3 is a powerful,easy and understandable programming language.I believe it will become even greater and greater in near future.

My question is based on the TCP Functions in au3,I guess it is NOT possible to block specific packets.If not possible what about replace the received data before it gets to the target executable?

I truly believe there is someone else who could give me a correct answer.

Thank you for doing all this possible,

H5O2OH.

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Seems a lot of users are searching for help,my thread went down to page 2 for like 30 minutes,very active forum.

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I'm wondering about the exact same thing.

Any help is appreciated.

If anyone should know something about this, please do share the knowledge.

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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

Here is what I've found:

You cannot block or modify packets with autoit alone.

You need to install something which works on a lower level than what AutoIt is capable of, and let AutoIt interact with it.

Look into these:

WPEPRO

WinPcap

You might find functionality which allows you to do what you want.

WpePro is supposed to be able to block, modify and resend packets.

Edited by abc

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