W-SWFIT is designed to perform the G-SWFIT technique against any x64 application in a Windows environment. It has not been tested against 32-bit applications, but in theory should work.
How To Run
This tool is built using Microsoft Visual Studio Professional 2013. If the target application is a kernel mode application (such as lsass.exe), then W-SWFIT must be run as System user which can be done using the PsExec tool included in the Sysinternals Suite by Mark Russinovich as follows:
PsExec -i -s cmd.exe
Then in the new console window:
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