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Programming Self-generating Code for Windows Applications

, 29 Feb 2008 CPOL
Executing VC++ codes in STACK or HEAP
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Jim Charles
Engineer AntiDebugLIB Inc
United States United States
There are so many hackers all over the world that no software can escape the doom of being cracked.And even almost everybody believe that it is impossible to protect the applications through the technology means.But we still work hard to find applications protection solution [32-bit] [64-bit] in order to protect our works.
 
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