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    I'm still stocking up, I'll message you when I've got some for you. It's a old Runescape meme, it was the "thing" to do on Runescape back in like 2004/2005 :p
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    That's exactly what I was thinking when I went to watch it with my girlfriend haha :P
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    Well it was good, but to be honest I expected more from it. Like the action and "epicness" of the movie is there, but the it seems like the story starts by getting up a few stairs, then suddendly jump to the last ones, skipping the middle.
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    Yesterday? It was on Thursday evening! And we went to see the new Hitman :)
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    Are you sure of that? I'll look it up :P
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    Lol I have taken my self out of hiding for a bit :p
  7. Oh, is hangouts like a Skype call? If so, can you email me or PM me the executable and I can take a look? I'm currently in a Skype call at the moment while I work on something else.
  8. I am for a bit, yes. I'll log onto GMail. Assuming you don't need to reverse the source code after it's debofuscated, and only need to unpack it, then I can probably do it. If I need to reverse the source code, I don't think I have enough time.
  9. If the executable is obfuscated like the Steamstealer was, then you'll need to unpack it. The method of unpacking it depends entirely on what kind of obfuscation the compiled executable is using. If you don't have any knowledge regarding obfuscation and unpacking, I suppose this is a good place to get an idea - https://blog.malwarebytes.org/intell...s-best-friend/
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    The apps use the kernel to run, as does WinDBG. I imagine the speed difference you are seeing is the load time for the user interface and not how the kernel is run. Does that make sense?
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1. Server Virtualization Using Hyper-V
2. Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions

I simply love debugging and learn new things. So if you got something to share, please feel free to PM me or leave a visitor message.

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    niemiro thanked post by blueelvis On thread : Sysnative Facebook Page
    63 and counting ^_^
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  4. Patrick
    Patrick thanked post by blueelvis On thread : [Win7] BSOD
    The OP says that the processor is over-clocked which may mean that the processor has been damaged permanently due to the over-clock or is not stable at this over-clock settings. Before changing the...
    Thanked On: 06-13-2014, 10:45 AM
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    Patrick thanked post by blueelvis On thread : DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION (0x133)
    Excellent article Patrick! Really you always manage to fascinate me with your debugging tutorials and write ups. Keep up the good work mate ^_^
    Thanked On: 06-13-2014, 10:45 AM
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    Patrick thanked post by blueelvis On thread : Rootkit Debugging - SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION (3b), KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR (7a)
    Extremely nicely and detailed way of writing so that everyone can understand Patrick! I had a doubt that what would happen if some rootkit is attached to some legit Windows driver's linked list...
    Thanked On: 06-14-2014, 06:50 AM
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    Patrick thanked post by blueelvis On thread : Congratulations to our New Microsoft MVP - Patrick!!
    Looks like I am late to the party, Congrats Patrick! for being nominated the MVP ^_^.
    Thanked On: 07-05-2014, 04:14 PM
  8. LilBambi
    LilBambi thanked post by blueelvis On thread : How the BSOD actually 'works', why, etc.
    Furthermore, if one is interested, I found this in the WinDBG manual :-
    Thanked On: 07-07-2014, 02:27 PM
  9. LilBambi
    LilBambi thanked post by blueelvis On thread : Windows 7 System Random BSOD
    Hi people, the system has no BSOD since the 2 days but all of my applications are crashing. Heck, even extracting from Winrar, it is saying that the file has become corrupt even though there is no...
    Thanked On: 07-07-2014, 02:49 PM
  10. LilBambi
    LilBambi thanked post by blueelvis On thread : Windows 7 System Random BSOD
    Hi Jared, Thanks for helping me out ^_^. I have implemented your advice and waiting if the crashes occur or not. Before following your advice, I got another BSOD APC_Index_Mismatch. I have...
    Thanked On: 07-07-2014, 02:50 PM
  11. LilBambi
    LilBambi thanked post by blueelvis On thread : Windows 7 System Random BSOD
    Hi Patrick, I ll start on the malware cleaning if there is any. In the meantime, I got these 3 minidump files from today's crashes. 8395
    Thanked On: 07-07-2014, 02:50 PM
  12. LilBambi
    LilBambi thanked post by blueelvis On thread : Windows 7 System Random BSOD
    Just updated the MBAM, it is doing it's scan now. I also tested for Rootkit using GMER and it did not find any violations. I have downloaded the Memtest and will be starting that soon. I think one of...
    Thanked On: 07-07-2014, 02:50 PM
  13. LilBambi
    LilBambi thanked post by blueelvis On thread : Windows 7 System Random BSOD
    MalwareBytes came clean. Just started the Memtest+ and in the first test itself, errors are there. I will try now the usual procedure on the RAM Swapping to detect the faulty module or slot and keep...
    Thanked On: 07-07-2014, 02:51 PM
  14. LilBambi
    LilBambi thanked post by blueelvis On thread : Windows 7 System Random BSOD
    Since it is an old desktop, there are 3 sticks of 1GB each and I have tested the other RAM's on a single slot and they all are passing the tests. I will post back once I do some more testing and make...
    Thanked On: 07-07-2014, 02:52 PM
  15. LilBambi
    LilBambi thanked post by blueelvis On thread : Windows 7 System Random BSOD
    And the issue seems to be solved ^_^. Thanks for the help Jared and Patrick :D. I will mark this as solved. The system is now able to stay up without BSOD's. Btw, any idea how do these RAM chips...
    Thanked On: 07-07-2014, 02:52 PM
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