I don’t agree on that 🙂
Most .net executables are somewhat containers and can be opened with 7zip or others. So is extra.exe 🙂
Of course 7zip can’t compile it again, so this was a dead end.
Second issue, the executable is digitally signed by Microsoft. For obvious reasons. So editing something in the file will prevent a successfull match on its sha256-hash value…
Simply replace the “requireAdministrator” with “asInvoker” .
Now we have a signature clean executable that doesn’t require administrator permissions 😎