I'm trying to reverse engineer a program so I can use the undocumented .ocx file to address the hardware
from VB6 WinXP. Need to see what data it sends to the endpoint thru the usb port.
All I need to see is the data passed. No need for any of the protocol info.
Is there a freeware or demo program to do this? Yes, the object browser partially documents the
methods, but gives no info about what data to send.
I don't have ANY source code, just executables.
I've downloaded a bunch of free or demo protocol monitors. i can see a LOT of data going back and forth
but nothing that i can relate to the 3 bytes of data being sent.
The "howitworks" page for usblyzer says that the data is embedded in the IOCTL_INTERNAL_USB_SUBMIT_URB.
But I can't find anywhere in the user interface to trace that info?
Is there something simple and FREE,
not to be confused with the ubiquitous free to download, pay to use,
that can let me see
the actual data being sent/received from the usb endpoint with all the supporting stuff filtered out?
Time limited demo is fine 'cause I don't need it for long.