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Duping the Debugger detection


Submitted on: 6/11/2002 1:28:18 AM
By: CrackerBox 
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Compatibility:VB 6.0

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     You still want to debug your own programs you designed and not have your own devised protection scheme get in the way. I know the easy way would be to remove the scheme or disable it, however once you compile it to an EXE that becomes a little difficult. You want to be able to run it in an environment intactand still debug it.

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6/11/2002 3:59:28 AM:adam
wouldnt parameters accomplish the same function? for example; Sub Form_Load() if command="/debug" then DoDebug End Sub Sub DoDebug <envoke debug environment settings> End Sub
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