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Three Ways to Inject Your Code into Another Process

, 20 Aug 2003 CPOL
How to inject code into another processes address space, and then execute it in the context of this process.
WinSpy.exe
WinSpy_src.zip
HookInjEx
HookInjEx.dll
HookInjEx.exe
HookSpy
HookSpy.dll
HookSpy.exe
InjectEx
LibSpy
LibSpy.dll
LibSpy.exe
WinSpy
WinSpy.exe
HookInjEx_src.zip
HookSpy_src.zip
InjectEx_src.zip
LibSpy_src.zip

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Sometimes I dream that I could fly a jet fighter or that I could play guitar like the Gipsy Kings. While I then always realize that bombing people probably isn't so cool, I'm still not so sure about the Gipsy Kings and the guitar. Still, I think writing code is the next best thing that I could do so I will try to make the best out of it.

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