Do you really think that somebody will be able to tell you what packer is used there? Your information gives nothing... Section names can be easily removed manualy, let alone packers... One way of identifying compiler could by by linker version. For example 5.12 is usually masm, 2.25 some of borland stuff (not sure but i think usually delphi); 5.0, 6.0, 7.0, 8.0 - corresponding version of VC++; 5.0, 6.0 - corresponding version of VB; 82.83 - armadillo... It can be not accurate (as for example 6.0 can be VB and VC++ and probably some other compiler), but sometimes it can be more informative than PEiD's scan. Also often packers don't alter this value so it represents original exe's compilers version. On the other hand does it changes much if you know what you're dealing with? The only problem that i see is that you might be unable to dig needed info yourself, but if you got some brain you can find ur way through, and if you're stuck i'm sure that either on this or some other forum will appear ppl who will help you get moving from dead point.
In conclision... either provide us with some more information or try bypass it urself and if you're unble, ask for help for the point you're stuck on.
Btw, if your intent is to crack that program then think about keygenning. It's great since you don't need to unpack file, you can work with packed one. Tho keygenning is not for everybody...
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