The world's first string editor for binaries (compiled programs) that can edit the strings such that the length of the string does not matter. Extremely limited currently to around 2/3 of modern 32 bit processes. The application you want to edit must be complied so assembly or c or c++ programs. The following cannot be edited: c# java or other non compiled files. The exe must store its strings inside the application and it must be compiled using a standard compiler with standard settings. The strings must also not be encrypted or obfuscated.
It works by searching the .rdata for strings then finding the virtual address that that string is referred to by, then searching the .text for any references to that virtual address. if you then edit a string it writes a new .rdata onto the exe and places that new string on it then changes the references to point to the new string.
||Microsoft Visual C++ 2017 redistributable