Developing one's own drivers?

Discussion in 'Drivers' started by MyDigitalpoint, Dec 5, 2013.

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    MyDigitalpoint

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    Sure, whoever masters a programming language can do it, but I have been using aircrack to audit my wireless network with no problem until now when found that the latest version says this:

    Any idea on how to develop one's own DLLs or what programming language is used for this purpose?
     
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    Good question. I had no idea this was available. I would imagine it would be whatever language Windows is built with.
     
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    Yes, that's what I was thinking of, but I guess only who works for Microsoft as developers can do such thing :\
     
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    I doubt it, considering there are plenty of third party softwares and peripherals that require their own drivers. I think some concerted googling is in order to determine the language.
     
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    Either way I don't feel like being to skilled to develop a driver, but it's always interesting to know how just out of curiosity.
     
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