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Sweep the Minesweeper

, 19 Mar 2001
This article shows how to inject your code into another applications address space and then subclass their window to force it to act as you desire.
MinesweeperExe.exe
MinesweeperHook.dll
MinesweeperHook
MinesweeperHook.dsw
MinesweeperHook.def
MinesweeperHook.dsp
MinesweeperExe
MinesweeperExe.dsw
MinesweeperHook.lib
Winmine.ico
MinesweeperExe.dsp

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Mumtaz Zaheer
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Pakistan Pakistan
Mumtaz Zaheer is working as Senior System Analyst with Information Architects, Pakistan (http://www.info-architects.com/).

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