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    oLD SpeKKeLed HeN SpeKKeL's Avatar
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    !protect on....

    Howdy,

    Since iceext sets it's protect function by default off i was wondering if there is a simple way to set it by default on.....
    It's just for my kids, when playing some protected games that they don't have to type in SI !protect on.
    Maybe some automatic script..???

    Thanks,,


    Spekk.

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    Hi

    Please don't turn your children into script kiddies! (Or script kitties for the girls..)

    Here's a silly idea... You'll probably need to output the text "!protect" to the Softice command window + return. Code a small driver which calls

    DbgPrint("!protect \n");

    or maybe

    static char pText[] = "!protect";
    DbgPrint("%s \n", pText);


    If everything goes as planned, Softice should pick up the DbgPrint text '!protect' and handle it as if you typed it in. If need be you could put in a small 'wait' to let the command be processed. The old BCHK interface allowed SI command window input from code, which would run immediately, this type of input may/should do the same.

    Of course this and the script to run "net start IceExt" should be accessible by an on/off push of a button for the aspiring young reversers.

    Kayaker

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    As the old saying goes:

    Give your children a crack (or a script to hide Softice), and they'll be hungry again tomorrow, teach them how to crack, and they'll never be hungry again.

    It's probably time you ruined their lives by introducing them to the fine art of reversing anyway, not to mention all the food money you could apparently save, if the saying is to be believed.

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    Howdy,

    Start them early, the more they learn the more they.......
    ummmmmmm learn ???

    Woodmann

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    Start them early, the more they learn the more they.......
    I think the words you're looking for are "get picked on in school".

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    Yep i've got the message..

    (But i was the man who made the cracks sjit i am becomming very old.)

    Old SpeKK.

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    If your "kids" are still at home, and especially if they are still using "your" computer, you really aren't that "old". Or are "you" using "their" computer?

    Regards,
    JMI

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    this sounds really neat, an old father that teaches his kids how to RCE
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

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    this sounds really neat, an old father that teaches his kids how to RCE
    I agree

    And SpeKK, change your nic to "oLD SpeKKeLed HeN"
    It is a beverage my brother enjoy's.

    Woodmann

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    Done.

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    No wonder your kids get to use "your" machine. You give in too easily. We NEVER do what Woodmann tells US to do.

    Just kidding Woody.

    Regards,
    JMI

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    oLD SpeKKeLed HeN SpeKKeL's Avatar
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    Maybe "we" have only one machine.......



    Think we are off topic

    oLD SpeKKeLed HeN (used to be SpeKK.)

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    Why not just modifiy the iceext source, and recompile

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    Good idea, Shall i ask my kids ?

    SpeKK.

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