It's easier + more efficient to stop your O.S from returning valid information about your hardware. Through low-level hooks, or you could probably go for any libraries that intefaces w\the kernel as well. But hell if I know, I've never looked into it.
Not to mention, there's already a ton of software out there that does this for you.
ożea, and mina, your signature is fucked right up.
Singleplayer hacking is fine, however modifying packets to a game server may be against terms in the game's EULA - which is a legally binding contract as you agree to it when you install the game. This doesn't apply to all games though. Having said that nobody has ever being charged with game hacking only perhaps had their site taken down by the game company.
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