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An anonymous reader writes: I'll be the first to admit I'm no expert at Computer Security. I tinker, and hack around at the odd bits and bobs.

The other night, I had a crack at using a Hex Editor to edit another program's running memory, and fully expected Windows to block me.

Turns out it didn't, and I didn't have administrator priviledges, and UAC is still turned on.

Here's the video:

It really shouldn't be this easy to inject code into running programs...
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Windows Protected Memory not included in Windows 7

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