I had this for years, and for a surprise, I’m still using this sub function. It’s simple and my code gets cleaner when I use this. I just want to share this to you, and you might find some use to this. Actually, I should be creating more sub-functions for repetitive tasks. I might come up with good useful ones like this. Heh. :p
Archive > July 2010
Just in case your script needs to transfer/deliver data across the web securely, you might want to add SOCKS support from it.
I coded this months ago, I never actually intended to release this because I use this to download HQ pictures from my friends’ multiply accounts. This is a script, which means you will be needing an interpreter to run this. And this is made for desktop interpreters, although it can run server-side. The script is pretty simple, and I decided to post this here for others to learn. This script also demonstrates the power of automation. Imagine yourself downloading 300 pictures from an album one by one, too much pain isn’t it? Well I suggest you try this:
I would like to remind you that this is for educational purposes only. I coded this 2 years ago, and released in public a year later. Actually this never became popular, but this is pretty useful. Not in terms of stealing your friends’ product keys, but in case you forgot or lost your DVD/CD sticker containing the product key, you could just run this program, and copy it somewhere. I released this at sourceforge last year, and I have rights over this code. If you want to use this, like modify to suite your needs, please just let me know. I provided contact information in my code, and the license as well. The language is in C++, this will work on modern compilers. As for the functionality, this works on Windows XP, Vista and 7. Tested on all builds. Here’s the code:
For this first post, I will be focusing on Flat Assembly. So what do you need to know before reading through this post? First, you must have a general idea of what assembly is. If you fail to meet the first requirement, you must first visit its Wikipedia Page. Next is, you need to have a good programming backbone. That means, you should have experienced coding in at least one (1) High-Level programming language, and of course familiarity with the Win32 API.