Is there a way to seclude a folder?

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Mar 22, 2013
  1. BowlOfSpiders
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    Member BowlOfSpiders hi

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    Basically this game I play called Phantasy Star Online uses this antihack.dll file which searches for certain strings entered anywhere on your PC. The strings could include hack, trainer, or anything else and if it doesn't like it it shuts your browser down and the game. Is there a way I can make it so the program itself can only access the folder it's in and nothing else? I could always use a CRC bypass, but I don't want to be banned from the game. Any suggestions?
     
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    I had that issue too, the SCHT method of doing it is retarded. Use Sandboxie to launch the game, and it won't be able to scan the RAM of other programs for key words to make it shit itself in fear.
     
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    Guessing Sandboxie is the only way huh? I'll go ahead and try it out.
     

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