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  • WinAsm Studio 5.1.8.0 Update is Out!

    Fetch the update files from the WinAsm Studio website!
    Posted to Assembly Language by modchip on 04-16-2009
  • WinAsm Studio 5.1.7.0 Update is Out!

    Get it while it's hot. :D Fetch the update files @ the WinAsm site. Please take note that you need the full package before updating to 5.1.7.0.
    Posted to Assembly Language by modchip on 11-27-2008
  • Re: Challenge: Save the Devil!

    Thanks chris! I learned a lot of tricks from this challenge, more please! ;) I'm working on one, but this will take a while. So, why not post yours to further delay mine? Hahaha!
    Posted to Assembly Language by modchip on 11-06-2008
  • Re: Challenge: Save the Devil!

    I think I found a crucial part of the code; 004012DF LEA EAX,DWORD PTR DS:[404175] ; eax contains the correct number 004012E5 MOV EDX,DWORD PTR DS:[EAX] ; the first 4 digits are copied to edx 004012E7 MOV ECX,DWORD PTR DS:[EAX+4] ; the last 4 digits to ecx 004012EA LEA EAX,DWORD PTR DS:[40407D] ; our...
    Posted to Assembly Language by modchip on 11-05-2008
  • Re: Challenge: Save the Devil!

    This things giving me a headache. Rolvin, how's your solution doing? Have we found the same routine?
    Posted to Assembly Language by modchip on 11-04-2008
  • Re: Solution to DP Challenge 2

    By the way, I think this will help you -- you're already in that "important proc" (The one you pointed in the screen) -- just look for the call to that proc and you'll get what I mean.
    Posted to Assembly Language by modchip on 10-31-2008
  • Re: Solution to DP Challenge 2

    Instruction at 004011AC is "a" key, there are 2 more. The real problem is that you have the key, but you don't have the lock. Hehehehe. Arguments can be modified by simply assembling ( press space on the instruction ) .
    Posted to Assembly Language by modchip on 10-31-2008
  • DP.Challenge #2

    Thanks to everyone who tried/solved my DP.Challenge #1. Your solutions were so inspiring that I decided to create another one. Level (0-5): 1 Restrictions: None Target: Attached Scenario: Remember our programmer from our previous challenge? Well, he was secretly hired by the IT Head of DMMA IT Department...
    Posted to *Moogles* are Real! by modchip on 10-26-2008
    Filed under: MASM32, DP.Challenge, Assembly Language
  • DP.Challenge #1

    Welcome! I had nothing to do, so I decided to put up a very newbie challenge. Please read specifications. Level (0-5): 0-Newbies Restrictions: None Files: It is attached. Scenario: DMMA Corporation, a company whose accounting personnel cannot add numbers, hired a programmer do code a software specifically...
    Posted to *Moogles* are Real! by modchip on 10-21-2008
    Filed under: MASM32, DP.Challenge, Assembly Language
  • Round 'n Round We Go!

    After a year I posted my rounding question in the forums, I finally got it working. Here's the original post I made; http://devpinoy.org/forums/t/915.aspx . Just this morning, I had nothing to do, so I excavated some of my unsolved sources from my archive. Then I remembered this problem about rounding...
    Posted to *Moogles* are Real! by modchip on 08-12-2007
    Filed under: MASM32, Assembly Language
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