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Is it possible to change the AUTOIT parameter to another one?

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jedliu

I would like to change the AUTOIT parameter to another one,

caz I don't want the people to see the parameter from the task manager when run this script.

shall the param of "/AutoIt3ExecuteScript" to be changed?

Don't want them to notice it is "AutoIt" script. :)

first of all, I came up an idea to recompile the AUTOIT exe file.

I downloaded the AUTOIT script autoit-v3.1.0-src.exe,

But I couldn't find the words in these files.

Is it possible?

Any one can help me? Thanks so much!

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LithiumLi

I would like to change the AUTOIT parameter to another one,

caz I don't want the people to see the parameter from the task manager when run this script.

shall the param of "/AutoIt3ExecuteScript" to be changed?

Don't want them to notice it is "AutoIt" script. :)

first of all, I came up an idea to recompile the AUTOIT exe file.

I downloaded the AUTOIT script autoit-v3.1.0-src.exe,

But I couldn't find the words in these files.

Is it possible?

Any one can help me? Thanks so much!

But I couldn't find the words in these files.

I think I found your problem, no wonder you had trouble finding these words in these files it is quite obvious and ill be glad to help you.

I am no artist but I think I did a good job of narrowing it down :)

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LithiumLi

I like your attitude!

Next time be smart... It's "You are here" or "You're here" not "Your here"...

This is the internet I am not applying for a job!

I been up for 24 hours and if you don't like it than why bother posting, I didn't say I have perfect spelling I just was stating that it was posted in the wrong section my spelling shouldn't be a concern anyways.

If you would like to defend someone who isn't smart enough to click the right section, than by all means go ahead but what are they learning?

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trancexx

Apart from wrong section issue...

You can do almost what ever you want with AutoIt executables. They are very transparent on level that interest you. I can post some code but it would involve altering executables in a way that could maybe breake rights granted by licence (very likely not but I'm not expert).

All in all - it's possible.


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jedliu

But I couldn't find the words in these files.

I think I found your problem, no wonder you had trouble finding these words in these files it is quite obvious and ill be glad to help you.

I am no artist but I think I did a good job of narrowing it down :)

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Oh, excuse me for the wrong post place.

Thanks for moving this post to General Help and Support.

I am really appreciated of this action. Thanks.

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jedliu

Apart from wrong section issue...

You can do almost what ever you want with AutoIt executables. They are very transparent on level that interest you. I can post some code but it would involve altering executables in a way that could maybe breake rights granted by licence (very likely not but I'm not expert).

All in all - it's possible.

@trancexx

Thanks for your reply.

I agree with you that AutoIt is really powerful. I am not sure change the AUTOIT parameter will break rights granted by license.

(I am not expert at all)

But if it won't, i hope some one can help me to make this idea to be fulfilled. Thanks.

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@trancexx

Thanks for your reply.

I agree with you that AutoIt is really powerful. I am not sure change the AUTOIT parameter will break rights granted by license.

(I am not expert at all)

But if it won't, i hope some one can help me to make this idea to be fulfilled. Thanks.

I didn't say it's powerful. I said transparent.

As for modification, ask someone if that's allowed and if it is - no problem.

Btw, I think it's mighty.


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jedliu

I didn't say it's powerful. I said transparent.

As for modification, ask someone if that's allowed and if it is - no problem.

Btw, I think it's mighty.

wow, I couldn't know whom I can ask for the permission.

And if it is allowed, I don't know how to make it either. Any suggestions or advices? Thanks!

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trancexx

wow, I couldn't know whom I can ask for the permission.

And if it is allowed, I don't know how to make it either. Any suggestions or advices? Thanks!

Suggestion is to ask first. Giving suggestions on how to do it before that is not that smart, I think.

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Melba23

jedliu,

Why do you not compile your script? It then runs in TaskManager as the name of your .exe and AutoIt is not mentioned.

If you run it as a script you need to have the AutoIt interpreter somewhere on the computer - which would give a BIG hint that you might be running scripts to anyone with the intelligence to go and look!

As to the legality of what you are thinking of doing - have you read the AutoIt licence? It says (among many other things):

Reverse engineering. You may not reverse engineer or disassemble the SOFTWARE PRODUCT or compiled scripts that were created with the SOFTWARE PRODUCT.

To me that reads that any attempt by you to change the internal code is illegal. Do you really want to commit a criminal act? Because that it what it would be - theft of Intellectual Property Rights is regarded as a serious offence in most of the world.

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jedliu

jedliu,

Why do you not compile your script? It then runs in TaskManager as the name of your .exe and AutoIt is not mentioned.

If you run it as a script you need to have the AutoIt interpreter somewhere on the computer - which would give a BIG hint that you might be running scripts to anyone with the intelligence to go and look!

As to the legality of what you are thinking of doing - have you read the AutoIt licence? It says (among many other things):

Reverse engineering. You may not reverse engineer or disassemble the SOFTWARE PRODUCT or compiled scripts that were created with the SOFTWARE PRODUCT.

To me that reads that any attempt by you to change the internal code is illegal. Do you really want to commit a criminal act? Because that it what it would be - theft of Intellectual Property Rights is regarded as a serious offence in most of the world.

M23

Thanks for your reply. First of all, it is compiled exe file. With the /AutoIt3ExecuteScript Parameter, the EXE application can output the error to the cmd line.

I haven't plan this will be illegal. Thanks for all your concerns. I will put this idea on a side. Thanks!

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