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Help! How to identify the call address in a file?

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Hi,
I wonder if there is any way to find the address of a program call to a website, and how to check what returns from that call and if there is any way to counteract?
This program in question only makes this call on the server to check if the user exists and receives a return. Your database is all on the PC.
Thank you in advance for your help.

Victor

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Start by analyzing the language used to write the application, then you can understand how it does communications to the server

if it runs on your local PC then you can intercept the traffic and see what it sends and receives, many tools and tutorials exist for this purpose

you can start playing with Fiddler or HttpDebugger to see if it fits your needs.

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6 hours ago, Kurapica said:

Start by analyzing the language used to write the application, then you can understand how it does communications to the server

if it runs on your local PC then you can intercept the traffic and see what it sends and receives, many tools and tutorials exist for this purpose

you can start playing with Fiddler or HttpDebugger to see if it fits your needs.

sorry, where can i find these tools?

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3 hours ago, Kurapica said:

Use Google

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If you need any further help, don't hesitate

you are welcome

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