[Solved] How to create multiplethreads each with different ThreadProc() function using CreateThread()

Try this: DWORD WINAPI ThreadProc1( LPVOID lpParameter) { … return 0 ; } DWORD WINAPI ThreadProc2( LPVOID lpParameter) { … return 0 ; } … typedef DWORD (WINAPI * THREADPROCFN)(LPVOID lpParameter); THREADPROCFN fntable[4] = {ThreadProc1, ThreadProc2, …} ; //Start the threads for (int i = 0; i < max_number; i++) { DWORD ThreadId ; CreateThread( … Read more

[Solved] Why iisn’t my function working when it’s called? [closed]

int hitDaEnterKey() { INPUT ip; // Set up a generic keyboard event. ip.type = INPUT_KEYBOARD; ip.ki.wScan = 0; // hardware scan code for key ip.ki.time = 0; ip.ki.dwExtraInfo = 0; // Press and release Enter Key ip.ki.wVk = 0x0D; ip.ki.dwFlags = 0; SendInput(1, &ip, sizeof(INPUT)); // release ip.ki.dwFlags = KEYEVENTF_KEYUP; SendInput(1, &ip, sizeof(INPUT)); return 0; … Read more

[Solved] DLLImport of the origin function in the DLL

If only kernel32.dll is being changed you could call ntdll.dll!NtReadVirtualMemory (ReadProcessMemory itself calls this function). If ntdll.dll is also seems to be changed by 3rd party process you could copy ntdll.dll to another temporary file (ntdll_copy.dll), and use it: [DllImport(“ntdll_copy.dll”, EntryPoint = “NtReadVirtualMemory”)] private static extern bool NtReadVirtualMemory(IntPtr hProcess, UIntPtr lpBaseAddress, [Out] byte[] lpBuffer, UIntPtr … Read more

[Solved] stopping a thread in windows [closed]

Using the TerminateThread function. The function you posted does: PostThreadMessage(hookThreadId, WM_QUIT, (WPARAM) NULL, (LPARAM) NULL); WaitForSingleObject(hookThreadHandle, 5000); So it sends a quit message to that thread, and then waits for it to close. 6 solved stopping a thread in windows [closed]

[Solved] Start child process process inside parent process

Is it possible to start a child process inside same address space? I would like to access any exported function localy. No, it’s not possible. The operating system creates a new address space for each process, that is protected to be accessed from other processes. Use threads instead. 9 solved Start child process process inside … Read more

[Solved] Show Yes/No messagebox where No is grayed out win32api C++ [closed]

Use SetWindowsHookEx() or SetWinEventHook() with a thread-local hook to capture the MessageBox() dialog’s HWND, then you can use EnableWindow() to disable the button. Here is how to do it using SetWindowsHookEx(): HHOOK hHook = NULL; LRESULT CALLBACK CBTProc(int nCode, WPARAM wParam, LPARAM lParam) { if( nCode == HCBT_ACTIVATE ) { HWND hDlg = (HWND) wParam; … Read more