Tuesday, December 12 2006 @ 09:58 PM CET Contributed by: detten Views: 5404
You might notice some old tutorials from the biw.rult.at site being submitted again on this site.
Though most targets are outdated, and some tools are not used anymore, many people think they still have a great value for learning the 'art of reversing'.
Or they have at least some sentimental value for some of us ;)
You are welcome to re-submit older tutorials if you think they still are of some value.
Thanks to ColdT for submitting this first serie of old tutorials :)
Monday, December 11 2006 @ 05:03 PM CET Contributed by: wizard Views: 22142
Target: Windows XP Pro kernel file (can be also Home or Embedded version)
Resource Hacker 3.2.2 (for pictures changing, you can use any other resource editor)
Hiew 6.11 (for palette changing, you can use any hex editor)
IrfanView 3.85 (for palette replacing in pictures to look how do they look
after that, you can use any other viewer or editor)
An image editor (for a new image editing)
Origin: An intellectual is someone whose mind watches itself, Mark Twain
Today's issue is dedicated to changing the startup logo of Windows XP. Well,
I suppose anyone who used Windows 2000 (NT 5) or Windows XP (NT 5.1) for a
long time might probably fed up with standard Windows logotype during the boot.
You may say, so what there're lots of tools around the net, which can change the
logo like 1, 2, 3. Of course, it is so, but those tools can learn you nothing. If
you wanna learn something then get your spade & let's start digging-in.
Saturday, December 09 2006 @ 05:27 PM CET Contributed by: ColdT Views: 15613
well today I'm gonna teach you *censored*ers an easy way of 'reversing' crc32. CRC stands for Cyclic Redundancy Check and 32 the size of the result in bits, 32 bits = 1 dword = 4 bytes. Ok, enough of this crap. My method of finding out the values necessary for resulting in a given crc goes like this:
Wednesday, December 06 2006 @ 08:36 PM CET Contributed by: haggar Views: 20294
Level : intermediate
This is very short tutorial that brings just some small update for previous ones. Target is ExeCryptor 2.3.9 itself which can be found on official protector site. Tutorial shows unpacking and not cracking target. You will need OllyDbg (some script plugin, and some hide plugin), LordPE, ImpREC and Windows XP.