D.ll Source Codes...

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Mike500
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I already told you ninja
I wanted to change something
And I want to KNOW how to get source codes...
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Mike500 wrote:
I already told you ninja
I wanted to change something
And I want to KNOW how to get source codes...
We just gave them to you... which piece of software do you want the source code of? I would willingly share it with you, if it's available to me.
Just to see what the hell happens. Curiosity, huh?
Mike500
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I don't see it here
http://www.zlib.net/
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Mike, you might as well give up. You're not explaining things properly. We're asking you to tell us what you want, and all you're doing is saying "BUT I WANT IT FIXED" without explaining what "IT" is.
Mike500
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Can you read please?
I want to know how to find a source code for a dll file okay?
I tried too google it but nothing...
Do you get it NOW?


I just want to know how to get source codes from d.ll (THAT'S IT)

And don't ask why I need but I can tell you for sure that I not making a hack!
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Which dll file?
Mike500
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Okay. You have two options:
  • If it's open source, you should be able to easily find the source code on Google.
  • If it's not, then you're pretty much screwed. The best thing you can do is try to deassemble it, and try to guess what each subroutine does.
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if it's compiled then you can not get the source back.
for managed languages (like .net or java) you can almost get the source back,
but c/ c++ and the like, you can not.
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You aren't being very straight with your question, so this is what I interpret it to be. Do you want to "decompile*" a DLL file so you can modify it?



*Decompile inserted for lack of knowledge of correct terminology
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Lemon wrote:
You aren't being very straight with your question, so this is what I interpret it to be. Do you want to "decompile*" a DLL file so you can modify it?



*Decompile inserted for lack of knowledge of correct terminology
https://www.hex-rays.com/products/decom ... mbly.shtml

I would like to see you extract all of the C code of an entire executable, which you don't know the original source code of.
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Lemon wrote:
You aren't being very straight with your question, so this is what I interpret it to be. Do you want to "decompile*" a DLL file so you can modify it?



*Decompile inserted for lack of knowledge of correct terminology
*Decompile is the correct terminology
VladVP wrote:
https://www.hex-rays.com/products/decom ... mbly.shtml

I would like to see you extract all of the C code of an entire executable, which you don't know the original source code of.
mat^2 used that exact tool while he was developing pyspades. It worked fine for the compression/decompression code.
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VladVP
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GreaseMonkey wrote:
VladVP wrote:
https://www.hex-rays.com/products/decom ... mbly.shtml

I would like to see you extract all of the C code of an entire executable, which you don't know the original source code of.
mat^2 used that exact tool while he was developing pyspades. It worked fine for the compression/decompression code.
Yes, but what he mainly did was look at the deassembled code to decode the AoS protocol. I've talked with him about it before.

Also,
Decompile = Reverse the process inside a compiler, and generate higher-generation source code from machine code. (Close to impossible for most compilers.)
Deassemble = Reverse the process inside an assembler, and generate assembly code from machine code. (Really simple and easy. Most programmers should be able to do it, as long as they have an opcode reference for the processor they're making it for.)
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