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how i find any string in ram and how I modify this string.

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I want to make game cheat program. how i find any string in ram and how I modify this string. But I musyt know this string's user program.
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by:robert_marquardt
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Very dirty programming is needed because the cheat program and the game live in separate virtual address spaces.
I will not help you because i am against game cheating.
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by:VSF
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We all are!!
But some times its needed!
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by:Gwena
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You could look through all of the physical ram using this dll/sys
it's freeware and will let you read/change any memory byte...
http://www.internals.com/utilities/winio.zip

You would have to search for the bytes in physical ram that hold the
program you are interested in... then alter the bytes...
It should work...theoretically... I have never tried such a
thing ... I have a delphi unit that makes this code easier
to use... if you need it I can post it or email it to you...

I think that Mashi has some code to gain access to another process's
memory... If he sees this Q maybe he will show you how to do it
more directly than searching through physical ram :-)
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by:undefinity
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Yes I strongly want this unit.
my e mail

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by:Gwena
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I just sent it over :-)
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by:Madshi
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The functions you should use are VirtualQueryEx and ReadProcessMemory. But it needs a lot of debugging, trying and guessing to find what you need...   :-(

Regards, Madshi.
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