Internal Hacks: Injects a DLL (Dynamic Link Library) in the game.exe process.

  • OpenProcess()
  • CreateRemoteThread(IpStartAdress = @LoadLibrary, IpParameter = “cheatname.dll”)

Most internal hacks comes with both an EXE and DLL file. The EXE is the “injector/loader” that inject the DLL into the game process. Internal hacks are normally easier to detect, but can have a more extensive variation of features.

External Hacks: Runs an EXE side by theĀ game.exe process:

  • OpenProcess()
  • ReadProcessMemory() / WriteProcessMemory()

External hacks are usually just one file, most often an EXE. This file will not inject into the game process, but rather run beside it. External hacks are usually a lot harder to detect for anti-cheats, but they lack in features.

Hope this helps understanding the difference between external and internal hacks. Drop a comment if you have any questions!

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