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WildBill

PE Tool for creating patches

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dencorso    531

zip, rar or 7z it with a password, and MediaFire'll stop meddling. If I may suggest a general password for such cases, "False8positivE" is a good one. :)

 

 

BTW, how many false positives does it get from Virus Total?

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blackwingcat    60

Hi, WildBill.

 

Have you fixed srv.sys critical problem?

5.0.2195.7368 and 5.0.2195.7369.

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/149233-kernelex-for-win2000/page-27#entry1106699

 

I can't find your announce. :P

 

I apologize if my post to the problem is fixed something you have already taken care of.

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WildBill    5

Hi, WildBill.

 

Have you fixed srv.sys critical problem?

5.0.2195.7368 and 5.0.2195.7369.

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/149233-kernelex-for-win2000/page-27#entry1106699

 

I can't find your announce. :P

 

I apologize if my post to the problem is fixed something you have already taken care of.

 

 

Yes, it's fixed in KB2508429 v17, which has srv.sys 5.0.2195.7371. I just double-checked the file in IDA and it's fixed.

 

On another note, I'm still plugging away with my kernel32.dll rewrite. I had thought it was ready, but I found a bug when I run Seven File Replacer -- the GUI doesn't render properly. I've been slowly verifying the routines that it calls, but Seven File Replacer is a hideously complex program for some reason, so it's been really hard to track down.

 

EDIT: I had a bout of insomnia and decided to work on verifying some more routines in my rewrite. What a relief -- I finally tracked that bug down! memset() in the original kernel32 is **evil**.

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blackwingcat    60

Umm.

It seems it has no problem with Engish version extended kernel Game Edition 5.0.2195.7236.)

I recommend  that you try to make the dll which has minimum kernel extension and check it. :yes:

 

 

Hi, WildBill.

 

Have you fixed srv.sys critical problem?

5.0.2195.7368 and 5.0.2195.7369.

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/149233-kernelex-for-win2000/page-27#entry1106699

 

I can't find your announce. :P

 

I apologize if my post to the problem is fixed something you have already taken care of.

 

 

Yes, it's fixed in KB2508429 v17, which has srv.sys 5.0.2195.7371. I just double-checked the file in IDA and it's fixed.

 

On another note, I'm still plugging away with my kernel32.dll rewrite. I had thought it was ready, but I found a bug when I run Seven File Replacer -- the GUI doesn't render properly. I've been slowly verifying the routines that it calls, but Seven File Replacer is a hideously complex program for some reason, so it's been really hard to track down.

 

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Dibya    222

Any chance of providing src code of petool ?

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