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[quote=ndebord] [quote=JohnHell] I can't find where is the offset and what data must be changed to allow flash plugin to unlock temp files, can someone post it? I don't know if exists an application for this huge files but maybe I could find out the data comparing an hexed and an original file. But, please, if someone has the information for doing it manually... better. Before doing the "hard" work. In the original page (I only could find through archive.org) there is not such information. I was hoping some similar information as with the way to hex to remove the full screen warning, but I don't know why this information is sooooo closed to the public. It's not a guide of how to make a bomb :S Thanks.[/quote] John, Make sure you have the latest flash dll plugin, that you can copy to a safe location after you have run the Adobe Flash installer. Then run the Adobe Flash uninstall executable and remove the non-IE version from your computer. Now take your saved npsw32.dll file and copy it to a temp location where you will do the edit. Get your hands on a hex editor and patch the file. Once patched, it will save your flash video to wherever you have your tmp location, usually somewhere inside the windows folder, although on my system I changed that to c:\tmp. The saved file will have a tmp extension, so you have to rename it to flv in order to play back the video. Hex Patch Adobe Flash NPSWF32.dll 14 6A 02 6A 00 (NONPATCHED) 10 6A 02 6A 01 (PATCHED) If you do not patch the flash dll, the file you ran online will not be saved to your hard drive. For me, I keep two versions, one patched and one not and place them in the plugin folders in all my Mozilla browsers. I swtich between them as desired. I believe there is an original text file somewhere on the web that explains all this, but I don't have it.[/quote]
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