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Does anybody use Filemon???

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Can someone help me with filemon. I just got it and really don't know what is happening. What are these messages Offset=10983  Lenght=4789 on the "Others" column?

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Offset means where in the file that happend... Length shows you the length of the file or whatever... dont remember the other columns so tell me what they are and i will tell you what they stand for..

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This is what I see in the others column. But can filemon help me anyway in VB? How can I exploit the capabilities of Filemon or other programs like this. Oh and if you have a site with really detailed help and explanations, I would be gratefull.

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I didn't understand what you wre saying. In the other columns we see the path, the process and the request. There also 2 other columns but I'm not interested in finding out what they stand for.

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Filemon, is actually for people who want to see what their program is doing at any time while it's running... I dunno if you'll need it for anything, other thatn hacking and cracking... well, there other uses, but you'll not use it that frequently.. i've no idea what you're trying to do, and I don't think it will help you in your developement with VB rthat much./

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Oh so it doesn't help for Dlls and something like this??
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Nope, not for DLLs... you can use it for EXEs and it's not that helpful unless you want to see something specific... mostly crackers use that to find some useful stuff about the file..

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OK Thanks

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