Just for the H@CK of it here is an x86 (but not x64) executable signature which is essentially a nop in that it only
modifies the flags (but not the carry flag). An executable signature can be easily located and also run as code
without ill effect.
The interesting thing is that the same register pair of inc / dec in close proximity to each other (they don't
necessarily have to follow each other, or be any particular order) will not normally be found in working code.
Because of this, really only the first two (or 4 in 32 bit) need to be located and the rest of the "word" makes
a nice "Easter Egg" for H@CKers disassembling the code.
_________________ Mike Gonta
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