Hi guys, im using immunity debugger to debug a simple demo.exe that has a buffer overflow in. what im struggling to find out is when i open the exe in immunity and click run everythin is fine. but when i open um the command prompt in windows and type the following C:\wateva\buffer AAAAAAAAAAA

its taking the arguments but not having any effect in immunity debugger. it is because there 2 different processes running one that immunit has and the other the one im running. I could use the start up arguements in immunity but i want to run a ruby script and pipe the output to my buffer and debug in immunity like so "C:\ ruby test.rb | buffer "so i cant use start up arguments. any ideas? I have seen example of it been done but doesnt seem to work in mine. thanks