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Help Decompile/edit/read L2 .dll Files


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So, regarding my previous topic about changing dwarfs from 'fighter' to 'mystic' in character creation, i found out that in l2 interlude it can't be done in interface.u (thanks vampir) (actually in no .u interlude file).

 

So my second thought was that the code of this part should be located in nwindow.dll.

 

I tried decompiling this .dll using .net reflector, but it won't load it (i guess because of encryption or smth ?).

 

I know most of you would call me stupid if i tried to use a decompiled .dll (since you won't get 100% correct/working code after decompiling), but i have to try :)

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They are not written in dotnet so u wont open them with reflector :D :D

You can open them in disassembler and view the asm code but if u are not into RCE you will fail at the very beginning

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well here we go, here some info of file  :D

 

Scanning -> D:\L2C6\system\nwindow.dll
File Type : 32-Bit Dll (Subsystem : Win GUI / 2), Size : 3850260 (03AC014h) Byte(s)
Compilation TimeStamp : 0x46248C4F -> Tue 17th Apr 2007 08:58:55 (GMT)
-> File has 20 (014h) bytes of appended data starting at offset 03AC000h
[File Heuristics] -> Flag #1 : 00000000000000001000000100000100 (0x00008104)
[Entrypoint Section Entropy] : 6.44 (section #0) ".text   " | Size : 0x22A13C (2269500) byte(s)
[DllCharacteristics] -> Flag : (0x0000) -> NONE
[sectionCount] 5 (0x5) | ImageSize 0x40B000 (4239360) byte(s)
[Export] 95% of function(s) (2830 of 2963) are in file | 0 are forwarded | File is probably packed
[CompilerDetect] -> Visual C++ 8.0 (Visual Studio 2005)
[!] File appears to have no protection or is using an unknown protection
- Scan Took : 0.826 Second(s) [00000033Ah (826) tick(s)] [244 of 569 scan(s) done]
 
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On 7/14/2020 at 1:24 PM, skarstoker said:

 

Hi CriticalError
What's the name of that program?

Regards

don't remember, is was 6 years ago xD.

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