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Enable checkbox in visual c++ 7.0 target

 
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2008 11:41 am    Post subject: Enable checkbox in visual c++ 7.0 target Reply with quote

Hi,
a time ago i started to learn reversing visual components of appz. From reversing appz like "WindowsHack 3.0" or WindowJuggler(plugin for ollydbg) i learned some tricks(which api use to enable disable visual components etc etc..). But I found out that in some cases i cant use tricks i have learned.

For example this app -
Code:
xxxx://rapidshare.com/files/129845732/diagnostix.exe.html


When you click on HASP you will see two checkboxes(ACCESS TO HASP.. and SAVE MEMORY TO..) - when you click on the "ACCESS TO HASP.." checkbox, then the "SAVE MEMORY TO.." checkbox will be disabled.

So the question is, HOW TO ENABLE THE CHECKBOX(that "SAVE MEMORY TO.." checkbox)???
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