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AttachHelper plugin for x64dbg

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Dragon Palace

Initializing wait objects...
Initializing debugger...
Initializing debugger functions...
Setting JSON memory management functions...
Initializing capstone...
Initializing Yara...
Getting directory information...
Start file read thread...
Symbol Path: F:\Mr. eXoDia Debugger 2016.11.08\x32\symbols
Allocating message stack...
Initializing global script variables...
Registering debugger commands...
Registering GUI command handler...
Registering expression functions...
Registering Script DLL command handler...
Starting command loop...
Loading plugins...
[PLUGIN] Failed to load plugin: AttachHelper.dp32
Handling command line...
Initialization successful!
Mnemonic help database loaded!
Error codes database loaded!
Exception codes database loaded!
NTSTATUS codes database loaded!
Reading notes file...
Reading notes failed...
File read thread finished!

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XeroNic (HS)
23 hours ago, Dragon Palace said:

Initializing wait objects...
Initializing debugger...
Initializing debugger functions...
Setting JSON memory management functions...
Initializing capstone...
Initializing Yara...
Getting directory information...
Start file read thread...
Symbol Path: F:\Mr. eXoDia Debugger 2016.11.08\x32\symbols
Allocating message stack...
Initializing global script variables...
Registering debugger commands...
Registering GUI command handler...
Registering expression functions...
Registering Script DLL command handler...
Starting command loop...
Loading plugins...
[PLUGIN] Failed to load plugin: AttachHelper.dp32
Handling command line...
Initialization successful!
Mnemonic help database loaded!
Error codes database loaded!
Exception codes database loaded!
NTSTATUS codes database loaded!
Reading notes file...
Reading notes failed...
File read thread finished!

 

Thank you..

This plugin was developed with Visual Studio 2015.

I think it's a run-time package problem..

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