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Goveynetcom
March 22nd, 2010, 21:08
Still get really into RCE now , but I have come to a road block (sort of), I am trying to decide whether to write low-level assembly coded patches, HLE assembly patches, or possibly just C++ patches for my cracked applications. I know it's kinda of a personal preference, but I just wanted to ask for opinions on which type of patches I should look into coding. I wanted to possibly code assembly patches, because I think it would be easier to patch offsets in it, then to write in C++ (which I have more experience in), it mainly came to mind because I was studying how assembly commands/registers worked so that I could understand all those complicated tutorials easier.

Thanks for any help,

- Govey

Silkut
March 23rd, 2010, 11:37
Hmm silly answer here but why don't you try them all and make yourself an opinion ?
Zero is providing free modules that goes from the very beginning and grows in complexity including ASM, C and HLL...
http://www.binary-auditing.com/

disavowed
March 25th, 2010, 21:24
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[Originally Posted by Goveynetcom;85780]I wanted to possibly code assembly patches, because I think it would be easier to patch offsets in it, then to write in C++

Nope, it's still easier in C/C++ than in assembly

Aimless
March 29th, 2010, 08:55
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[Originally Posted by disavowed;85822]Nope, it's still easier in C/C++ than in assembly



But then your patchy-keygenny can't be l33t 'cos it can't sing a song.

It'd get too fat.


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