Solved finding exe offsets in runtime

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Icew0lf

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hey!

i need ur help pls.

i read in an online tut if i open my game.exe with a hex editor and edit offset: 0ED5B9 the existing value 0F85 into 90E9 it will remove HUD elements on objects in space - includes text, brackets, targeting reticles, and missile warnings.

it works.
i want to open this address in olly...so see exact what it does, what im skipping/disable - > i want to be able to edit it directly.

so on which way i can lookup the offset 0ED5B9 in olly? since if i lookup it in olly in runtime i dont get any results.

is there are technique i dont know? how can i convert or find this offset in runtime?
what i have to look for? maybe i just need a lil hint how i can search for it in olly.

thanks in advance
 
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Rake

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I'm no expert but from what I've read so far

You'll want to do some research on PE file format and relative virtual addressing. Find what section your address is in, Then I think you can calculate the RVA using this:
RVA = RawOffset - RawOffsetOfSection + VirtualOffsetOfSection + ImageBase

I use LordPE or PEid to find that data

Use this function https://guidedhacking.com/finddmaaddy
 
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Icew0lf

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seems it was a lil late yesterday...ofc ill get the runtime address in cheatengine if add the address manually with "game.exe"+Offset :trollface:

thx buddy
 
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