Alas! It is not a matter of opinion, whether mine or yours, about making changes to a programme. It is a legal matter of violating the EULA, and whether or not the application is on your own hard drive or not is not pertinent to copywrite law.
Unless the application is "open source," the licence to which you agree by using the application almost certainly has something to the effect that "This software must not be decompiled, disassembled, reverse engineered or otherwise modified."
As I understand your original and subsequent post, you were asking for help to violate law, an action not condoned by BC: any Moderator would take the same protective action as did I if it appeared that this kind of help was being requested.
Edited by jgweed, 27 April 2007 - 09:30 AM.