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Change data inside compiled script possible?

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

I'm trying to make a script that will check if a password exists, and if it doesn't would allow the user to make a new password within the autoit compiled script, can that be done? I'm not very sure about this, but the only other way i found out is to make a file and change that file, but i don't trust that to much, because i have some knowledge of security and MD5 or SH1 hashes i simply don't trust...

I was looking for something like:

$pass=''

If $pass=''

Create password

then

$pass='userinput'

If possible, an example would be perfect. :)

Edited by pintas

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No, you can't change the contents of the script without using 3rd party tools which are against the license agreement with AutoIt.

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Oh, ok. Thank you for your fast reply. :)

I just saw another answer to another post of mine and i was wondering... is there a way for me to use something like this?

If file not exist

Make file

and after use FileInstall function to merge it with autoit in a way that it can be read by autoit after

What do you think?

This way i could make a MD5 (for ex.) file and install it within autoit, so i could check for it the next time i run my script.

Edited by pintas

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