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API hooking revealed

, 2 Dec 2002 CPOL 1.9M 55.4K 1.2K
The article demonstrates how to build a user mode Win32 API spying system
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// HOOKSRV.RC2 - resources Microsoft Visual C++ does not edit directly
//

#ifdef APSTUDIO_INVOKED
	#error this file is not editable by Microsoft Visual C++
#endif //APSTUDIO_INVOKED


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// Add manually edited resources here...

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Ivo Ivanov
Chief Technology Officer Vinsula
Australia Australia
I specialise in Malware Analysis, Application Security, Windows Kernel, x86/x64, and Reverse Engineering.
My blog: http://vinsula.com/security-blog
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