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Thread: How to strip the export tables of EXEs generated by C++ Builder?

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    Solomon
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    How to strip the export tables of EXEs generated by C++ Builder?

    The EXE produced by C++ Builder compiler has a big export table. The member functions of various classes are listed in this table. This is a great help for reverse engineers. How to get rid of this list? TIA.
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    tsehp
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    ha ha ha ha !
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    Solomon
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    hehe, maybe I can write my own "strip" to erase this function list.
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