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Exporting a .dll from executable

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Hello guys!

How do i can export a .dll from a executable file? I know that we can inject it thought CFF Explorer (Import method). What about export it, so the executable not load it anymore?

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32 minutes ago, wolfenx said:

lol .dll not allow in exe. inject is for exe requiered this dll

It's custom .dll i've injected, i want to export/eject it. Idk how it named xD...

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53 minutes ago, wolfenx said:

CFF explorer. I think he does not have that option

you will have to look for another method

Yes.. with CFF Explorer we can inject it, idk how to export it, that the real question of this topic 😋 

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14 hours ago, d3ux said:

Try reverse with ollydbg?

keywords to what you want to do are "dump dll" or "extract"

No i didn't. Thanks for reply, i'll search more about.

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You need to find where to hook is and remove it first then null out the memory at the dll location. Long story short, you're better off using a fresh executable without that library. 

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1 hour ago, patrick13 said:

You need to find where to hook is and remove it first then null out the memory at the dll location. Long story short, you're better off using a fresh executable without that library. 

Allright, thanks for reply.

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