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  1. #1
    +Spath.
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    for IDA users

    For people using IDA 4.04 or older, I have
    made a script to add parameters recognition
    for win32 functions, you can get it at
    frogsprint.cjb.net.

    Regards,
    Spath.
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  2. #2
    SilverWar
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    Isn't that site frogsprint not compatible with Internet Explorer? I logged on there a couple of times and it shows internet explorer logo being crossed out?


    please could you give an alternate url with your IDA script tool?

    thanks
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  3. #3
    Spath.
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    You can get it also at spath.cjb.net/w32param.zip

    Spath.
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  4. #4
    Zukkos
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    [quote]SilverWar (01-11-2001 03:44):
    Isn't that site frogsprint not compatible with Internet Explorer? I logged on there a couple of times and it shows internet explorer logo being crossed out?
    please could you give an alternate url with your IDA script tool?

    O-lala!
    Are you really so stupid you cannot figure how to load and use opera or netscape instead of your crappy M$IE crap? I mean, even if you'r really in a corporate environment where they would like to compel you to use overbloated M$IE... even then, there are MANY ways out of that crap and into a decent browser!

    I don't think you should be allowed to download anything at all, I think +Frog's print is right in screwing boobos like you, uncapable to change browser if needs be - and needs be a lot... as you would know and understand if you had enough brain.

    Zukkos the idiotsstrafer
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  5. #5
    DGR
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    Errr... excuse me but pointing Netscape out as a substitute for IE just doesn't work for me. A long time ago, well... relatively long, I also preferred Nutscrape but I found it to be that Nutscrape just gets worse every version. Where IE hasn't crashed on me in quite a while.

    Also Opera is a nice little browser, but I just don't like it all that much... still has some probs with some sites and other things. So, despite the fact that IE is a MS product and prolly bloated yeah it still IS one of the best browsers imo.

    I just get annoyed by the fact that something can't be good just coz of the fact it's made by MS. Then also don't use windows2000/ME/Whistler...

    There, just had to say this... nothing personal hehe
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  6. #6
    Hiya,

    Instead of debating the vagaries of the various browsers ;-), perhaps you should all instead thank +Spath for this great script, which implements one of the main enhancements in the latest versions of IDA (at least those after v4.04 which most people have).

    I have v4.1.5 myself so I can fully appreciate just how useful this really is.

    Regards

    CrackZ.

  7. #7
    iONiZER [AmoK]
    Guest
    At first I want to thank Spath for this great tool!

    Second, I want to gratulate frogsprint for the great MS IE-protection, but if you are experienced enough you can try a workaround with the proxomitron. You can ban all MS-IE specific code and have got a IE with no extra functions...

    I think MS-IE is for some things not as bad as all do say...

    And IHMO MS has got the better concept in DHTML.

    The all-Object model is easier to use and has more functionality the the Netscape-layer-model, cause the netscape-model must have fixed coordinates ....

    cu

    iONiZER

    PS: Again, many thanks to Spath !!!!
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

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