PE Corrector, as its name implies, is created for correcting Windows Portable Executable files (exe, dll, sys, bpl, dpl, cpl, ocx, acm, ax, scr). Unfortunately, when these files get compiled, a lot of extraneous information makes its way into the final file version. This extraneous information may include headers, strings with illegal characters, export debugging functions and so on. Sadly, some compilers (like Borland C++ Builder, for example) insert this "binary trash" into the compiled file, which significantly increases its final size. More dangerously, it gives hackers direct clues about how your program works and what is the easiest way to by-pass its defense.
File Size630.67 kB
Operating System Windows NT Windows 95 Windows XP Windows Windows 2000 Windows 98


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