Deletion

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Unc3nZureD
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Deletion

Post by Unc3nZureD » Tue Jul 30, 2013 8:05 pm

Is it possible to delete files from the virtual enviroment? Simple deletion isn't working of course :)

newuser
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Re: Deletion

Post by newuser » Wed Jul 31, 2013 5:32 pm

Havent seen this feature yet, why not just scramble the file(write 1 and 0... or something else) when you dont need it anymore.

Just tested, I write one word, and it overwrite the entire file, in memory.

Unc3nZureD
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Re: Deletion

Post by Unc3nZureD » Wed Jul 31, 2013 6:00 pm

How could you do it? Will simple fopen / fwrite work? Or any other method?

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Re: Deletion

Post by newuser » Wed Jul 31, 2013 6:29 pm

Even the method below also work.

Two virtual files.

Virtual file A is data.
Virtual file B is scramble.

Overwrite virtual file A with virtual file B, confirm work too.

The first method(my first post), I'm using a compiled vbscript exe file, it work in virtual mode too after wrapping it with the virtual file using EVB.

The second method(this post), I'm using a macro language compiled exe file, since this macro language can only append file(dont have write line function), I use its copy file function, it work in virtual mode too, after wrapping the exe and the two virtual files A and B with EVB.

EVB is a good product(my only concern is the gameguard problem...).
With EVB, a little imagination is needed.

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Re: Deletion

Post by newuser » Thu Aug 01, 2013 12:22 am

So which method did you use in the end? :?:

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Re: Deletion

Post by Enigma » Thu Aug 01, 2013 8:11 am

newuser wrote:So which method did you use in the end? :?:
Perfect method by the way, topic starter may use it. So do not try to delete the file, just overwrite it.

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Re: Deletion

Post by Unc3nZureD » Thu Aug 01, 2013 11:42 am

Thanks, awesome idea :) Since it was undeletable, I thought I can't even change it :D

I tried and replacing it with some random data works perfectly! (fwrite)

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