Windows API\tparsed\teasily

May 31, 2020 in Archaeology, Malware Analysis, Sandboxing

When I wrote my first API monitor around year 2004 I had a real struggle finding prototypes of Windows API, because there was not that much documentation available at that time. I remember extracting data from various sources, including a classic WIN32.HLP file.

As time progressed I got well versed in progressive versions of MSDN/SDK/DDK Help file versions decompilation: HLP files with HelpDeco, CHM files hh, hxs with VSHIK (HxComp.exe IIRC), and finally connecting out to the local server on to retrieve XML files.

Today you just need to download a repo of source files from Github.

Within minutes you can get a file like this:

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