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asmdemon



Joined: 18 Jan 2004
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asmdemon
Ok, to be blunt, i'm trying to write a cryptographic engine in a single .dll and i don't want others to know the names of the functions in the dll. To illistrate this, i used my dependency walker and 2 dll that many would be familiar with. The First is the example dll included in fasm 1.50 for windows. You will see that in the center of the screen the 'hint' and 'function' for the functions in the dll. The next dll is the game engine 'storm.dll' included in Diablo II. The 'hint' and 'function' have nothing but N/A. If there is a way of modifing the export to allow this, it would be great.


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Post 18 Jan 2004, 23:53
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vid
Verbosity in development


Joined: 05 Sep 2003
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vid
there are tweo ways to export procedure from DLL. One, more know, is by name (by string). Another is via word-sized number, called ordinal. Read Iczlions PE tutorials, they are quite good.
Post 19 Jan 2004, 05:48
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