Category Archives: win32

A brief rebuttal of HMG’s response to petition to abandon IE6

HMG, acting on the advice of CESG, have decided not to abandon the use of Microsoft Internet Explorer in government departments. Without having data made available and doing a study it would be impossible for me to rebut CESG’s position … Continue reading

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A primer on injecting win32 executables in to “remote” processes

So you want to get your code to run from within a process other than the one it started in? Traditional ways of doing this include DLL injection whereby the code you want to inject in to another process is … Continue reading

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