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Inline hooking is a technique used to intercept calls to target functions. It is commonly used by antiviruses, sandboxes, and malware to perform a variety of tasks, such as checking parameters, shimming, logging, spoofing returned data, and filtering calls.
The process of inline hooking involves directly modifying the code within the target function, usually by overwriting the first few bytes …