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There´s a tool that comes with Visual Studio called Spy++, also the "Process Viewer" tool can serve you.



"There is always a crack, that´s how the ligth get´s in"

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I need to get an information about the processes. I need to write a program(something like GameHack)

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You want to get a list of processes running on Windows?
Go to msdn.microsoft.com and search for "ToolHelp32."
If you''re running on NT you''ll be using "PSAPI," though, instead of ToolHelp32.

Next, you''ll have to figure out how to walk the process'' virtual memory to find whatever values you''re searching for-- and that I''m not too keen on. If someone knows what API function calls are involved in this process, -please- share.

The forum at www.gamehacking.com supposedly caters to exactly this, although I couldn''t get the jerks there to talk.

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