Did anybody programme RPC (Windows) in assembly language? I want to create distributed application using assembler, but i don't have any info about low level implementation of RPC. Could you help me, plz?
Posted on 2007-02-22 04:24:09 by Asvald
One possible start point is using DCOM. There are tons of infos about it in the internet.



Posted on 2007-02-22 06:54:22 by Biterider
I haven't had any reason to create any RPC demo.
Give me a reason and I might bother.
Posted on 2007-02-24 02:45:46 by Homer
Why not use one of the various frequently used internet protocols ?
All the distributed computing programs I know just use
standards such as http or telnet or ftp.

They have some server that allows the client to report results and get new work.

There is code available for the send, recv type of communications.

RPC coded stuff frequently is used with worms.
Posted on 2007-02-24 09:09:34 by dsouza123

RPC coded stuff frequently is used with worms.

RPC exploit has been used a lot by wormsl

Aside from exploits >_<, RPC is mostly useful for distributed systems. What kind of system are you planning, Asvald?
Posted on 2007-02-24 10:26:08 by f0dder
I have a server that offer(implement) some funcnctions. And clients invoke this functions that to get certain data from server.It is desirable to use automatic binding(via name server), because name of server may not be known to client-application.  I'd like to write it in assembly rahter than C++, but I don't have  suitable tools and infos how to use RPC in assembly (without midl etc.)
Posted on 2007-02-24 14:42:10 by Asvald