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    Question View source code

    Hello all.
    Is there any way to view/edit source code of some program? (eg. downloaded from internet)
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    Yes you can download and use .NET reflector .
    But if the program is packed ... well that will be other thing .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Temperrr View Post
    Yes you can download and use .NET reflector .
    But if the program is packed ... well that will be other thing .
    when I tried it it looked something like this

    and I don't know what to do there.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by derpik View Post
    when I tried it it looked something like this

    and I don't know what to do there.
    It depends on what language the file was coded with , reflector only works for .NET programs (Visual basic , C# , C++ etc...)
    Try expanding the cross and see what happens.

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    Ok I think I got it. It looks something like this

    But I can't find password in it Is there some way to find password in it?
    I downloaded some program (propably scam) but it's password protected.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by derpik View Post
    Ok I think I got it. It looks something like this

    But I can't find password in it Is there some way to find password in it?
    I downloaded some program (propably scam) but it's password protected.
    You are looking in the wrong spot. That seems to be coded in visual and the password is problem. You can look for in the form coding if Password.txt = Whatever the password is, or it is stored in the strings or system data which is in another part of the program. Havent done this in a while so if anyone wants to correct me that is fine.
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    Sup Derpik,

    You may have already found a solution to your problem but anyway...

    Firstly, it is very difficult to view the source code of any program, particularlly if it is in the form .exe etc. Many decompilers are not capable of allowing the user to view the exact copy of the code that the program is written in. If this were the case, anybody would probably be able to edit any programs they like.

    You could try using other programs like .NET Reflector, OllyDbg or PE Explorer which may give a more accurate representation of the original code. However, I have no knowledge of anything that will enable someone to accuratley view and edit the original source code of a program.

    If you find anything useful, let me know as I would also find this very useful!

    Thank me if I helped!

    * Unknown *
    Last edited by Unknown; 12-19-2013 at 04:11 AM.

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