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    You wouldn't be able to make an injectable hack with a .NET language, since CA doesn't have any .NET loaded, and I don't believe you can mix managed and native code without the EXE being built with special options. If you want to write a low level driver to edit CA's memory from another process, go ahead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmbob View Post
    You wouldn't be able to make an injectable hack with a .NET language, since CA doesn't have any .NET loaded, and I don't believe you can mix managed and native code without the EXE being built with special options. If you want to write a low level driver to edit CA's memory from another process, go ahead.
    User1 made something to inject the CLR along with his DLL coded in C#.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmbob View Post
    You wouldn't be able to make an injectable hack with a .NET language, since CA doesn't have any .NET loaded, and I don't believe you can mix managed and native code without the EXE being built with special options. If you want to write a low level driver to edit CA's memory from another process, go ahead.
    You can initialise the CLR from within a native app, then load a managed one, and call a function to run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supercarz1991 View Post
    i'm sure its possible with VB, i know a lot of vb but not enough that i could make a hack. But aimbots have been made using vb and i'm sure you could do a push to console if you took the time to figure it out.
    Stop bragging, release shit.
    No I do not make game hacks anymore, please stop asking.

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    C# is kinda like a cross-breed between C++ and VB, it seems to me.
    It's kinda like a noob form of C++, but a little more advanced than VB.


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    Quote Originally Posted by zatchbell3 View Post
    if(fuckvb){
    Push("FUCKVB 1");
    } else {
    Push("FUCKVB 0");
    }

    hahah i rather use C++
    if(Fkyou)}{
    Push("hahahalol 1")
    } else {
    Push("hahahalol 0")
    }

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    I'd use C# if i felt like it would be easier. C# is easier to understand that C++.
    VB.NET is a no because it would just be too easy, and too many noobs like me would be able to release hacks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yoyoman4567 View Post
    if(Fkyou)}{
    Push("hahahalol 1")
    } else {
    Push("hahahalol 0")
    }


    LOL YOU FAIL AT CODING KID. You put to swirly brackets after "FkYou" gtfo and learn C++
    Keep me motivated for my hack development!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Fancington View Post
    LOL YOU FAIL AT CODING KID. You put to swirly brackets after "FkYou" gtfo and learn C++
    well this is about visual basic so no you would not .

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    Quote Originally Posted by D-Vid the DBag View Post
    C# is kinda like a cross-breed between C++ and VB, it seems to me.
    It's kinda like a noob form of C++, but a little more advanced than VB.
    C# is basically C++ plus memory management, awesome Intellisense and a huge amount of MS libraries provided to you

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