I am having a problem injecting into different .net exe versions of the following files
when injecting into the .net 4 versions of these files i can inject into all of them, but when using the .net 2 exe versions i can only inject into the first 2.
I was hoping someone could shed some light why this is an issue for me?
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- My Injection wont work fully in .net 2 but works… I am having a problem injecting into different .net exe versions of the following files - itself - regasm.exe - csc.exe - cvtres.exe - vbc.exe - applaunch.exe when injecting into the .net 4 versions of these files i can inject into all of them, but when using the .net 2 exe versions i can only inject into the first 2. I was hoping someone could shed some light why this is an issue for me?
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