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    Hey Gais,

    I am trying to make a simple program in VB.NET to read player names and scores (Offline) and keep a running total. I enjoy playing Brood War, offline, and against the comp

    The only issue I am having at the moment is that I cannot open the process (StarCraft.exe). Its been over a decade since I have made anything SC related...but doesn't this have to do with Warden?

    Can Warden be disabled easily? I spent about an hour fucking around with a version downgrader that didn't work. I did find version 1.12b patch which I think was before Warden. My next option would be to unearth my box of PC games from storage and install the patch.

    Yea I know C++ is better, but I only know VB and C#.

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    Got it figured out and my program is working!

    Next I am on to DLL injection and C++

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