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#. net zero basics reverse tutorial
After the content of lesson 4 was released, we found that we had a special concern, that is, "modifying the software interface" Everyone, this is to take my software as a victim!OK, I'll add another lesson like this! I estimate that after finishing this course, your sense of achievement will increase greatly! Reverse in Lesson 1 + tamper in lesson 4 + revise title in lesson 5... It seems that you are going to be the king of plagiarism... That's all nonsense. Let's start today's class!Just 3 steps! We still use my software to make mice~ What is the first step in formal reverse?Check the shell!I'm going to skip shelling and shelling here, dnspyload Click File > export to project Select a folder to store project files, as shown in the figure above.Of course, I don't recommend that you export it to a folder containing Chinese path, including in programming, reverse, and our daily software installation. I think Chinese path is an undesirable operation. Why?Because Windows is written by foreigners and the software is written by foreigners, the compatibility with Chinese may not be as good as you think. After exporting the project file, we can use VS to modify the software Now you can modify this project freely in vs. you can do any operation, such as adding new buttons, changing the operation logic, modifying the window size and so on, which can be solved by programming. Of course, this operation requires that you have vs installed on your computer, and vs is a "bloated" development tool, so if you don't want to install it, you can also manually modify the code in dnspy. This will test your foundation of. Net. How many files do you need to change to add a button? Is it really cool?congratulations!!What else can this method change?Experiment by yourself~ Custom homework content, willing to hand in homework friends can send.The courseware is from lesson 4. Please go back and download it.