It is; if you had written the assembly, you'd already have the sourcecode. Meaning you are modifying something that isn't yours. Also, copyright would mean that such things aren't allowed - even though it is technically possible.
arnold_w wrote:Breach of copyright will not be a problem because I will write the code myself.
If you can write the code, then the best way would be to indeed write the code yourself - meaning, a new application that does the same as the one you are now trying to hack.
See, most people here write code and it is their source of income. You are asking here how to change a compiled program - that code you want to change might be written by a member
If you seriously want to decompile, change the code to your needs and recompile (and no, not going to explain "what that allows you to do and how"), then Google should be able to explain that within a day.
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