View Poll Results: Should I release the menu base?

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    @[MPGH]Void, u watch K-ON! too? ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by hahaz View Post
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    @[MPGH]Void, u watch K-ON! too? ^^
    Hell yeah boy. |:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Void View Post
    Virtual functions aren't loaded into the IAT? Actually, I don't think functions that are members of classes are loaded either... Hmm, something to keep me busy for another day..

    Anyway, you can use exception handling to hook as well, or you can set breakpoints.
    Remember that the IAT is only for imported functions from other DLLs, it doesnt have any of the functions in that dll. The relocation table is where (i think) everything from that dll is. Breakpoints are very easy to detect, but ive never heard of using exceptions

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmbob View Post
    Remember that the IAT is only for imported functions from other DLLs, it doesnt have any of the functions in that dll. The relocation table is where (i think) everything from that dll is. Breakpoints are very easy to detect, but ive never heard of using exceptions
    You cause an access violation to the instruction calling the function you want to hook, set up and exception handler to catch the access violation. Change EIP to your own function and return.. Make sure to save the original function somewhere though.

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    Finally people are sharing methods of hooking... this is actually fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Void View Post
    You cause an access violation to the instruction calling the function you want to hook, set up and exception handler to catch the access violation. Change EIP to your own function and return.. Make sure to save the original function somewhere though.

    |:

    Finally people are sharing methods of hooking... this is actually fun.
    But how would you get your exception handler to activate if it isnt in the same thread? Or do you mean you would add your own code to the function:
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    mov ecx, <your func>
    mov fs:0, ecx
    This is so offtopic

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    Doesn't matter if it's in the same thread or not, you just have to set it so that your exception handler is the first one to get the exceptions, I found it kind of hard to test since ollydbg would always catch them before me...

    AddVectoredExceptionHandler Function (Windows)

    It's not as confusing as it sounds. No hard coding is necessary. |:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Void View Post
    Doesn't matter if it's in the same thread or not, you just have to set it so that your exception handler is the first one to get the exceptions, I found it kind of hard to test since ollydbg would always catch them before me...

    AddVectoredExceptionHandler Function (Windows)

    It's not as confusing as it sounds. No hard coding is necessary. |:
    I was unaware you could add a global exception handler I might use this in the future.

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    mmbob i seen your like VIP menu it is epic a clickable GUI it is just epic

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    im not going to vote because i am multi opinioned.

    i think you should because that would boost your reputation and make your name look good, as well as give newbs (me included) more options on what to base their stuff on.

    i think it would cause more flaming, and would usher in another wave of repeat questions and mandate a help section within the src section.

    either way, if you decide to release it, you should hit up the gfx forum and have them make you a cool logo of like an underwater base or something (sea base, first mental image when reading the name).

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