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Ancient One Crackme 1

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CrackmesLevel : 1/10
OS : windows
Language : C

When you enter a correct serial number, the tongue icon will be changed.


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RebuilDing IAT From Scratch Using ImpRec Tutorial

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TutorialsLevel : intermediate

How to rebuild an IAT from scratch using ImpRec.


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Ring-3 Debugger Blocking

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TutorialsLevel : intermediate

How you can block a Ring level 3 debugger.


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Detten Crackme 5

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CrackmesLevel : 4/10
OS : windows
Language : ASM

Find a valid serial by writing a bruter for the algorithm.


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A little guide for wannabe reverser

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TutorialsTuesday, July 15, 2003, 2:17:48 PM

A little guide for wannabe cracker/reverser.

by Zephyrous/BiW-Reversing


1. Introduction

Hello wannabe cracker/reverser.
if you read this text, i assumed you're zero knowledge in reversing/cracking.
but i dont guarantee you'll become a reverser after reading this text.
btw, in reversing, there is no quickstart to be a good reverser.
but, this guide tends to be a quickstart for you if really want to be a reverser.
you must ready to take a lot pains and great pleasure too (after you find the true path).
there are two term in this lore, reversing and cracking. but it's not same.
not all crackers are reversers but all reversers are crackers.


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