It's clean, its written in MASM though.
What he does is basically the same thing as Ive explained in my tutorial.
I still think its better to use inline-asm with a c++ compiler.
That way you dont have to worry about not closing the handles properly.
ASM is, in a way, faster than c++.
But since all you do is load a dll in memory, return the offset+5 of the function you want to use and manually execute the 5 bytes youve just skipped you will not really experience any difference in speed at all.
Its a matter of nanoseconds, not seconds.
Also, writing a full program in ASM is much more complicated than writing a program in c++.
It just gives another approach and another example of what Ive already explained.
What a lie Slugsnack -_- You can reserve engineer but your new at programming? Sure you are.
Reverse engineering in fact, does not require you to have programming skills.
Also programming a basic application in MASM32 seems like a beginner in programming to me,
why would he even lie about the fact that he's a beginner in programming?
Like joostp said, this is a very nice contribution, great job.
Thx for posting that program......
but i get a little more confused >.<....
^^ please can you repeat the process how 2 use this program...
i want to use it but im confused..
^^ just how to use the program step by step...