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Software News   Software News : StackAttack 2.7 released
   posted by RobinC on 5-Jan-2004 7:23:11 (1422 reads)
This is a drop in replacement for StackAttack 1.3 - but done in asm to be smaller/faster/neater. Main differences from the original include reusing the patch code to change the amount of stack, ability to see what the current stack is set to, and smaller (or did I mention that?)

Grab it from here: StackAttack2
Installation is manual, but read the readme file for some tricks...

Robin
    

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