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How to call a function by its name from a remote executable.

Community Support 23 Sep 2016
one of the examples on memorysharp product page shown as fallows:   Inject/eject Modules Here a module is injected and ejected using the `IDisposable` interface : string path = [..]; var sharp = new MemorySharp(Process.GetCurrentProcess());using (var module = sharp.Modules.Inject(path)){ mod...
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Hello 2016 !

Binarysharp News 04 Sep 2016
Dear developers and community members,   First at all - this is a (very deserved) post to indicate the projects on this website are still alive!   I have to admit I did not update you for a long time and I would like to change this.   During my absence, I could work on many aspects...
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Development Dead?

Community Support 20 Aug 2016
I found this libary not long ago and see that it supports only 32-bit, there is a post from 2013 saying that they work on 64-bit, but nothing happened. Can somoene confirm that this project is dead? Has somoene an alternative for easy memory reading, that supports 64bit?
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Call to codecave not correct

Bugs Reporting 27 Jun 2016
The following code should write a call to codecave at a specific address. It does write a call but the call points to somewhere else instead of my codecave address. Dim allocMem As Binarysharp.MemoryManagement.Memory.RemoteAllocation = MSharp.Memory.Allocate(1024, Binarysharp.MemoryManagement.Na...
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.NET 4.0 Build

Fasm.NET 23 Jun 2016
Hey,   I have a problem where I need to build my memory editor launcher under .NET 4.0 to be compatible with XP, however I can't build it as MemorySharp relies on FASM which was built against 4.5.   Is there any chance the framework could be lowered to 4.0 and still function as normal?...
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Latest News

Let BenchShark bite your applications !

Nov 15 2013 10:59 PM | ZenLulz in BenchShark

Check out BenchShark, the new library of Binarysharp to measure the speed of your code and some news about the website.

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NuGet integration for libraries

Sep 19 2013 10:00 PM | ZenLulz in Products

Discover our new way to propagate updates for our libraries and some news about MemorySharp.

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MemorySharp is now free !

Sep 14 2013 06:38 PM | ZenLulz in MemorySharp

MemorySharp is now fully free and is released under the MIT license. After several talks with developers, Binarysharp reviewed the license model of his library to give to our users the best experience possible. The MIT license is simple and easy to un...

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MemorySharp ready for sale

Sep 01 2013 12:14 PM | ZenLulz in MemorySharp

Binarysharp is pleased to announce that its memory editing library is ready for sale ! MemorySharp aims to give to the developers various tools to read and inject data inside a remote process on the same computer, taking the control over it. The main...

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Welcome to Binarysharp

Jul 28 2013 05:34 PM | ZenLulz in General

Welcome on Binarysharp's website dedicated to ZenLulz production. For several years, I'm making software development and I finally decided to publish my applications/libraries on the Web. This website will be mainly dedicated to .NET development (C++/...

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