Windows 7 Program Request

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  1. marcusj0015

    marcusj0015 New Member

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    i found a way to edit the bootres.dll

    AKA the Windows 7 boot flag

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    modifing the bootres creates a [data-1] partition in the dll

    this contains info saying that the certificate is NOT VALID anymore

    i hex edited out this data contained in the partition

    but the partition remains there empty but still there

    i think if i could delete this partition completely it would work

    does anyone know how to make this happen or have any ideas on how to do this?
     
  2. CommonTater

    CommonTater New Member

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    The file fails now because you changed it's hashcode, invalidating the certificate.

    About your only choice now is to replace the file with an unaltered one.
     
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  3. TorrentG

    TorrentG Banned

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    Code:
    sfc /scannow
    from an elevated command prompt should fix it.
     
  4. marcusj0015

    marcusj0015 New Member

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    seriously?

    i WANT to hack the file i want to remove a specific table from the dll

    i DONT want to rund system file checker

    im not a retarted noob that ****ed **** up

    im trying to hack damn!
     
  5. TorrentG

    TorrentG Banned

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    Yes, of course. And that's why CommonTater informed you why it failed.
     
  6. CommonTater

    CommonTater New Member

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    More importantly that is why Windows key files are now all certified by third party registrars using the hashcode and date.
     
  7. CommonTater

    CommonTater New Member

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    Which changes the file's checksum/hashcode, invalidating the security certificate.

    That's debatable.

    Yes, well, good luck with that.
    Hacking isn't about sticking your finger in a light socket to see what happens. It's 99% research, 1% doing. Most of the hackers I've come across in my years probably have forgotten more about Windows, Networking and Computers than I will ever know... and I've been programming in Basic, Pascal, C, C-99 and ASM since the late 70s.
     

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