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[Question] Writing in memory

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I was messing with the SDK however I can't find a way to write into process memory

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Yes, at this point this is a planned release (very soon).

It has to be done correctly by not allowing to write any memory over regions which have the _EXECUTE_ flag to avoid shellcode executions, skipping the sandbox.

 

Also I have planned sendinput / postmessage / mouse_event / keybd_event API too.

 

Let me know if you have more suggestions or ideas! And thanks.


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Gaben strategies too OP.

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3 minutes ago, Feretorix said:

Yes, at this point this is a planned release (very soon).

It has to be done correctly by not allowing to write any memory over regions which have the _EXECUTE_ flag to avoid shellcode executions, skipping the sandbox.

 

Also I have planned sendinput / postmessage / mouse_event / keybd_event API too.

 

Let me know if you have more suggestions or ideas! And thanks.

Great, can't wait for the update, I was translating some public cheat and found this limitation

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5 minutes ago, Feretorix said:

Yes, at this point this is a planned release (very soon).

It has to be done correctly by not allowing to write any memory over regions which have the _EXECUTE_ flag to avoid shellcode executions, skipping the sandbox.

 

Also I have planned sendinput / postmessage / mouse_event / keybd_event API too.

 

Let me know if you have more suggestions or ideas! And thanks.

Are these APIs just a way of wrapping in the SDK the calls to these functions or we have some basic in built bypass for anti cheats?

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