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    Code Injector

    Post by [zT]CheatCreatorz on Wed Feb 16, 2011 7:36 am

    Features:

    1. Raw code injection (inject raw C++ code without making a new project/dll)
    2. Dll injection (via load lib & remote thread, code cave and manual mapping in future releases)
    3. Module dumping (just basic information, dumping like kernel detective in future releases)


    Limitations:

    1. You cannot use variables when injecting raw code
    2. You cannot call api's when injecting raw code
    3. You cannot call functions when injecting raw code


    Pics:








    Notes:

    I took the liberty of creating a smexy GUI around the core exe file, but
    it's ridden with bugs and I'm to lazy to go and learn a decent level of .net crap.

    You can of course use the RawCodeInjector.exe without a gui, the command line parameters are:

    RawCodeInjector /d Processname Outputname // dump module command
    RawCodeInjector /i Processname Outputname // DLL injection command
    RawCodeInjector /ir Processname Outputname // Code path

    Example:

    RawCodeInjector /ir Engine.exe TestSource.cpp

    Examples:
    Because you cannot use variables directly I'll show you a few ways to do such things

    Method 1:
    Using pointers
    Because of how the compiler operates, pointers will work, while 'real' variables wont:


    *int Addy = (int*)0x12FF4C;
    *Addy = 100;

    Method 2:
    Using assembler:


    mov eax, 12FF4Ch // eax is like the Addy of the previous example, it will act as a pointer
    mov ebx, 100 //ebx is our variable here, it stores the value 100
    mov [eax], ebx // this statement is similar to this: *Addy = 100;

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