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Hi,

I have been looking but I can't find a good book that goes into some detail, starting off with the basics about Win32 Hooks and in particular Journalplayback / journalrecord.

Anyone know of one??


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Goto
http://www.phrozencrew.com/
Register and you can read Win32 tutorial.
Chapter 24 about hooks.
About problems with Journalplayback you
can read in
ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/developr/win32dk/kb/q124/8/35.txt
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I've got msdn, but I am learning and so I am looking for an actual book (in the real world)
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FYI, Jeffrey Richter: Programming Application for Microsoft Windows (4th edition of "Advanced Windows"). It talk about advanced windows programming issue, hooking, dll injection...etc. You need good foundation of windows programming before going into these fields.

No sure whether it contain particular answer for your question or not.

http://mspress.microsoft.com/prod/books/toc/2345.htm
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FYI, Jeffrey Richter: Programming Application for Microsoft Windows (4th edition of "Advanced Windows"). It talk about advanced windows programming issue, hooking, dll injection...etc. You need good foundation of windows programming knowledge before going into these fields.

No sure whether it contain particular answer for your question or not.

http://mspress.microsoft.com/prod/books/toc/2345.htm
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I think it is a good place to start from, cheers
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