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About WaeV

  • Birthday 04/15/1991

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    Nvidia GTX 970
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    Mechanical (Topre Realforce)
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    Bleeding-edge Windows

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  1. Not sure which I like more: your widescreen monitor, wallpaper image, or mousepad.
  2. Quickbeam release, with in-memory reference swapping! Check it out

  3. Refswapping works! It's a bit messy but you can download and try it out. Screenshot: Unfortunately I haven't implemented saving your edits... but it's pretty fun to play with memory-editing anyway. I still have a big TODO list, but feel free to list your complaints and I'll try to get to them. Oh, make sure Halo is running or the "Edit PC Memory" button won't do anything. Download
  4. HAHAH Love that profile pic, hovercat!

  5. http://i.imgur.com/Mi9aW0I.gifv
  6. As shitty as the state of digital security is these days, we still have come a long way. Every now and then I think back to how Windows XP got its system updates through the goddamn web browser. But then I remember that Windows 9x didn't get updates at all. Except via CD release maybe. Ironically, it was sometimes easy to tell if you were infected with a virus back in the day. Windows still supported 16-bit disk drivers, which were a popular target for malware. But if you got infected your hard drive would sloooooowwwww dowwwwwwn so it was really obvious. These days you'd be hard-pressed to find malware that's trying to hide. Our security is getting better over time, but there are billions more computers these days. I think that makes the problems compound more.
  7. Malwarebytes is one I've only had good experiences with. I especially like their tool "Hijack This!"; great for getting rid of stubborn malware.