Other Entries by Libor Blaheta (from psc cd)

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  How to detect VB IDE - undocumented exportsHow to detect VB IDE - undocumented exportsVB 5.0, VB 6.0Beginner /
Libor Blaheta (from psc cd)
530 since
2/13/2015 10:43:00 AM

By 4 Users

       When you run VB app within VB IDE, the app exports three functions - _VB_CALLBACK_GETHWNDMAIN_@4, _VB_CALLBACK_REVOKE_@8 and _VB_CALLBACK_GETHWNDMAIN_@4. So, if we find out that our app exports one of those functions, we know we're in VB IDE.
 
 
  LSA SecretsLSA SecretsVB 5.0, VB 6.0Intermediate /
Libor Blaheta (from psc cd)
450 since
2/13/2015 8:45:00 PM

By 3 Users

       This VB app can work with LSA, it can save and read data from LSA. Furthermore, by reading special LSA keys you can get all Dial-Up Network accounts and passwords in plain text.
 
 
  Protected StorageProtected StorageVB 5.0, VB 6.0Intermediate /
Libor Blaheta (from psc cd)
538 since
2/13/2015 2:51:00 PM

By 18 Users

       This code can enumerate all data in PS. PS is a place where Windows (2000/XP) stores sensitive data eg passwords. Yes, your Outlook Express and Internet Explorer Passwords are stored right in the PS. This's not a "hacking submission", I haven't found on I ...(description truncated)
 
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  Undocumented Memory FunctionsUndocumented Memory FunctionsVB 6.0Intermediate /
Libor Blaheta (from psc cd)
653 since
2/12/2015 7:49:00 AM

By 5 Users
5 Excellent Ratings
       There are 2 undocumented memory functions in msvbvm60.dll - __vbaCopyBytes and __vbaCopyBytesZero. These functions can be used for copying bytes from one memory location to another memory location. btw CopyMemory does exactly the same ;-)
 
 
  Win98 - passwordWin98 - passwordVB 4.0 (32-bit), VB 5.0, VB 6.0Advanced /
Libor Blaheta (from psc cd)
450 since
2/7/2015 6:20:00 AM

By 4 Users

       Hi, I wrote a simple program which obtains user's password. Yes, his main password, no cached passwords. Your OS must be Windows98 (SE) because this version has a small "bug" which I exploit -> when user login, Windows save his password to memory...... Do ...(description truncated)
 


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