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Grom PE



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Grom PE 11 May 2008, 13:21
So, here's the example of using SpeechAPI.
It should work in Windows XP, but you're welcome to try in other Windows OS if they have SpeechAPI.

See comments in the source for more info.

Enjoy =)

Update: added song.bat.


Description: Contents:
hello.bat, privet.bat, song.bat, speak.asm, speak.exe

Download
Filename: speak.zip
Filesize: 3.13 KB
Downloaded: 363 Time(s)



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Picnic



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Picnic 11 May 2008, 13:35
Works fine here win xp sp2, great little example Grom PE.
Can you show us how to use a female voice?
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Grom PE



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Grom PE 11 May 2008, 13:42
<voice required='Gender=Female'>This should work, if you have female voice installed, of course</voice>
=)
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Picnic 11 May 2008, 14:16
What should i download Grom PE, SAPI 5.3 ?
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bitRAKE 11 May 2008, 20:06
Very Happy

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLJ3zcdPtl8

(It's a long way from sounding like the movie version, but kind of funny anyhow.)


Description: Shall we play a game?
Download
Filename: wargames.zip
Filesize: 350 Bytes
Downloaded: 266 Time(s)


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shoorick



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shoorick 12 May 2008, 05:49
Smile

i like this tricky speech way, you may also check a song there Wink
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MHajduk 12 May 2008, 10:18
F-Secure Anti-Virus 7.30 build 13161 blocks execution of the program 'speak.exe'. Message (in shortening): "Attempt to add the new value to the protected registry key. Estimated risk: High (99/100)".

System Windows XP SP2.
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Grom PE



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Grom PE 12 May 2008, 23:28
MHajduk, this is problem with your system configuration or antivirus, not with my program, for sure.
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MHajduk 13 May 2008, 08:23
Grom PE wrote:
MHajduk, this is problem with your system configuration or anti-virus, not with my program, for sure.
Yes, I think so. But I wanted to show how the simple program written with FASM could be treated by the modern anti-viruses. Such causes become more and more frequent. Interesting, isn't it? Wink

Imagine that you want to sell your program written with FASM. You don't disclose your sources, of course. What some of your clients (users of F-Secure protection kit for example) would think about you and your programs if their anti-virus classified this application as a virus?

Your program is interesting, because it shows how to reach some advanced Windows features from the assembly code. Smile But you shouldn't ignore such reports saying: "it's your problem, not mine". Wink
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Madis731 13 May 2008, 09:44
I think what anti-viruses do is mark small programs as suspicious. Viruses are usually small and if Grom PE's program will be commercial, it will definitely include more fat in the program and heuristics won't mistag it as virus.

(Only what I think) Smile
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revolution 13 May 2008, 09:47
Actually it is F-Secure's problem and the users of F-Secure may also get false reports from other programs. But if a developer is keen to make sure that their program is not mis-reported then they have recourse to virustotal.com for testing, but that will only be suitable for the detection on that particular day that it is tested. It is impossible to ensure that all through the future your code will never be tagged as bad. There is no real solution to this. You can always submit your code to the various companies that are mis-reporting it as bad, but it is no guarantee.

It is not nice to be playing guessing games with the virus engines. One day some piece of code is tagged as good and the next it is suddenly deemed as bad. But why it is seen as bad can sometimes be almost impossible to determine. You can change a little bit here or there and see what happens but it is hit-and-miss and just not a good permanent solution..
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Alphonso



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Alphonso 13 May 2008, 17:06
Vid mentioned in an earlier thread about 'unstandard layout of PE sections' in FASM.

It would seem just adding the base of code in the PE header would stop the false positives regardless if the checksum was right or not with Avira.

Just makes me wonder if the person(s) who wrote/modified the TR/crypt.Xpacker.gen virus used FASM?

Maybe Avira uses the oddness of FASM PE header as a virus signature.

Anyways, speak.exe doesn't cause any problems with Avira. Just wished I had a Speech API to try it on W2k.
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Grom PE 17 May 2008, 03:41
Update: added song.bat.
Be sure to experiment editing it =)

Making the speech engine sing with different words is difficult, because it tries to change pitch of every word for expressiveness.
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rugxulo 24 May 2008, 20:48
Sorry, but I think antivirus guys are just extremely overworked or just lazy, because false positives have been increasing (and they all seem to have that problem, especially with tiny files). I understand wanting to be secure, but not allowing you to run your own programs (or, even worse, moving / deleting them because they are "evil") is very very annoying.

I don't think the antivirus guys will fix it until enough people complain (sadly).
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Grom PE



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Grom PE 25 May 2008, 05:34
Oh, please, be on topic.
There's already lot of discussions about antiviruses false positives.
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iic2



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iic2 20 Aug 2008, 01:16
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Unbelievable!!! and it works on all XP Pro sp 0,1,2 and 3
Quote:
asmhack worte:
and secondly why breaking your head with com technology and not with something easier for the moment ? if so go to
http://wasm.ru/publist.php?list=15 and read the articles.. (if you don't know russian language, use a translator)

and i'm still checking it out to be ready to do it once I get a better understanding, but Grom PE, this seem to be based on those articles. Please tell me it is. Shocked .. If so, what a wonderful example. I did wanted to try but I douth I would have figured it all out. I guest COM is like having a driver, in a way.

PS: My AntiVir been off for weeks. I just recently turned it back on and it DID NOT interfer with your file Grom PE what-so-ever, but it did with Yardman spVOICE and my Shortcut Creater before i got finished.

It get you here: invoke CoInitialize,NULL... It's all in where code is placed most of the time or what kind of setup is being use to start with. Anyway I get no move warning...


Great Work !!!
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Grom PE



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Grom PE 20 Aug 2008, 06:45
iic2 wrote:
this seem to be based on those articles. Please tell me it is

No, I wrote my example from scratch. Hence you see less straightforward COM usage =)
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Madis731 20 Aug 2008, 10:31
Works on 2003 Server too, no additional installation/configuration needed.
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