I have win 8 32-bit preview which I can test - what byte sequence should I look for and patch for that?
Wait a minute.
We were - I thought - agreeing that the info needed is 4 (four, numbered from 1 to 4) pieces of info, including EXACT DLL version.
The code posted, however AND the referenced article/tutorial is about the 64 Bit Version.
You asked before (and were replied to) about 64 bit version.
The Windows 8 32 bit version (all of them) should work "as is". (but it has to be tested).
If you prefer the 32 bit patch "as is" is "as generic as it can be" and should in theory with *everything* from Windows 2000 to Windows 8 (ONLY 32 bit).
Try the PassPass "as is" and report (besides if it worked or failed)
- Windows version (e.g. XP, Vista, 7)
- Service pack (e.g. SP0, SP1)
- Architecture (e.g. 32-bit/64-bit)
- msv1_0.dll version (e.g. 6.1.7600.16525) along with MD5 checksum, if possible ( i.e. the §@ç#ing EXACT DLL version you tested)
Why it is so difficult to avoid confusion?
Maybe we should make a PassPass32 and a PassPass64, with two separate threads, the detecting code will be simplified, and the risk of mixning things together reduced.