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    • atom0s
      My issues happen while using the editor properly. Doesn't have to be via copy/pasting into it. It can be just editing a post that was already made, or while creating a post, going back and adding or removing part of what you typed can cause massive issues. Especially if the post contains any type of code formatting, it seems to happen much more often then.
    • Teddy Rogers
      Practical Android Debugging via KGDB http://blog.trendmicro.com/trendlabs-security-intelligence/practical-android-debugging-via-kgdb/ Ted.
    • Teddy Rogers
      @atom0s refer to number seventeen regarding BBCode... https://forum.tuts4you.com/terms/ It's probably best to select "remove formatting" when copying and pasting content to the editor then use the editors built-in features for formatting. I have no idea if there are other supported editors that can be used with IPB. I'll make a note to have a look this weekend when I have some free time... Ted.
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    • 0xNOP
      Oh well sorry for the late reply!   I just wanted to do it and expose the methods malware writers use often to create their malwares, I just did in PureBasic since I was working on it and found it's a really great and fun language to work with And btw you can work with kernel mode from PureBasic also, you can even create your own Drivers, there's a suit that allows you to do that: http://www.purebasic.fr/english/viewtopic.php?p=404607   Thanks for writing!
    • kuqadk3
      For someone like us,there are not much choice  And this is the best choice which make us feel happy  Atleast for a moment
    • Mr.Mecanik
      What is the concept of this ? An honestly a good trojan is not written in pure basic, but other strong languages like c++ and working in kernel mode, in basic there is not much you can do...
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