Question Injecting .NET modules into unmanaged processes?

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Injecting .NET modules into unmanaged processes

I have done this in the past using guibacellar/DNCI and it worked great.

Now it doesn't work...

I tried ChadSki/SharpNeedle as well, but the code didn't work out of the box, I had to modify ~30 lines of code to get it almost working but it also in the end does not work.

Can anyone recommend an injector that loads .NET modules into unmanaged processes that actually works out of the box?

I will keep trying with DNCI in the meantime

I made an issue on DNCI, maybe someone can help UNABLE_TO_FIND_INJECTOR_HANDLE · Issue #2 · guibacellar/DNCI
 
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This is a nice mono injector, probably the one I will recommend from now on.

if you're injecting .NET into .NET this is the best solution I found:
Guide - How to properly work with .NET applications

haven't found a good .NET -> native thing yet tho
You could use the code which is in the bootstraper whichloads the inital managed .dll in every native context to load the clr and a .net assembly.
Atleast technically, so you might want to give it a try ^^
 
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