Error 0xc0000005 when applying themida in the dll


I have a dll that I'm applying some protections to, but when I do the protection with themida I always open the executable I get error 0xc0000005 if I go back to the normal dll without themida protection the executable opens normally.

Has anyone experienced this problem with themida?

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asked on Stack Overflow Jan 24, 2020 by Gabriel • edited Jan 24, 2020 by Gabriel

1 Answer


You should pack your executable and use the XBundler feature of Themida to embed your packed DLL. If that doesn't suit your needs you need to use "Protect as DLL Plugin" to increase compatibility with host applications if you're injecting your DLL

answered on Stack Overflow Apr 17, 2020 by GuidedHacking

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