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How to Hack an EXE File
Could you edit an executable file when it has been compiled? Yes, you could. But you could only change the String data. How? Using the MS-DOS Text Editor. The String data is text, but in the file will appear different. For example, if in the application appears

About NotePad in the compiled file will appear A b o u t N o t e P a d with an space between each word. Before modifying the file, make a back-up of it. If you want to modify the file, first you have to open it using the MS-DOS Text Editor and open the file as Binary. Then activate the Insert key and search for some text data in the program. But, it isn't as easy as said. You have to search it manually, 'coz the words are separated by a space between. Then replace each word for anyone you want. Example:

N o t e P a d to M y P r o g r
BE CAREFUL: The file must weight the same than the original; if not, it could not work.
[Even then the file may not work. For example, it might calculate its checksum and notice that you have made changes. This is certainly a dangerous technique. So at least make a backup copy of the file before you mess with it.

Installing Registry Entries
Here's an easy way to set registry entries when you install a program. First, create the entries manually on your computer. Put them in their own subtree if possible. Use the registry editor to export the subtree containing the entries. This will creates a .REG file. Include this in the list of files given to the Package and Deployment Wizard. The Wizard will automatically offer to run the registry file on the target system during installation and that installs the registry values.

Learn ASCII Code in Visual Basic immediate window
Ever want to know what the chr number is for a character? Open the immediate window by pressing (CTRL+G) and type ?Asc("") and press enter. The result will appear right before your very eyes.

Example: the number for a double quote
?Asc("""") would come as 34.

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