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Patching CD checks

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Basic CD check patching tutorial. (Target included)


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Most Recent Post: 05/13 11:02PM by haggar

Bruteforcing Zeph's crackme

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Writing a bruter for the Ancient One Crackme.
(MASM source code for the bruter included)


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Most Recent Post: 04/19 07:02PM by bluffer

Keyboard hook crackme by Basse

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Not every application uses a simple GetDlgItemText or simular API to get the input from an editbox.
This crackme by basse uses an alternate way to grab the keyboard input.


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ASProtect 1.23RC4 tutorial

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This is my tutorial about ASProtect. Well, actually it is my attempt to understand what ASProtect doing to packed programs. I wrote this tut maybe couple days ago and yet today I would change some parts if I had a time.

There is an 'interactive' Ollydbg plugin tutorial in the attachment, or you can just read the regular tutorial below.

Enjoy and post questions, commmets, corrections, ideas ..... I need all of them ;-)



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Most Recent Post: 10/16 09:38AM by INF1n1t

A couple approaches to kill nagscreens

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3 ways to remove a nagscreen :
- Kill the DialogBox call
- Skip the Dialogbox procedure
- Reduce the timervalue (to zero)


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