Patching and Cracking
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Patching and Cracking
#1
I think :idea: it will be a good idea if we have tutorials and hands on patching and cracking popular engineering software. When a new release come out we can use procedures used to patch or crack last version to quickly patch the new one. Also having many heads working together and/or simultaneously will allow us to have new programs running as soon as they are out, as soon as we can :cool:

I know that this is not a forum for cracking, but what I meant is that we can be specialized in programs that serves this forum

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I see you have no idea what is a "crack" and how it is made. You need to know low-level programming and have much of experience. I have 20 years of experience in high-level programming, but I cannot say, that I can do "cracks", except "simple" ones. If you did not ever heard of Assembler, no tutorial can help you.

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#3
I know the theoretical background of cracking. I have 10 years of high level programming and although I did not do any cracking, not even simple cracking like you :), I am willing to learn or at least try to learn.

Beside, if you read my post carefully before you post, I know that there are certain patterns to follow in cracking, I am assuming that this pattern could be the same used in the same software over and over.

Finally, please be optimistic after all I may be able to do what you were not able to do after 30 years. If you have an idea about cracking, share it instead of criticizing my trials :)

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#4
I did not mean to offense you. I will post some links for you to see, that cracking is not for everyone. Also unfortunately every program uses different protection, usually commersial ones. Even different versions of one program may use different protections. Do not underestimate their efforts to protect their software. They also know if a crack exists for their programs and often change the protection algorithms.

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#5
ok guys, just let the experts do the cracking. structural engineers are not really meant for cracking or patching a software ;)
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Jus about i wonder how do u guys can be a 'super' engineers, juice sounds (he is always very understanding moderator). Really feeling the pressure from u all sometime. :D Civil engineers design, go to site, supervising drafting team, attend to family, self development, etc. Always wonder, how can u all still be that good in other fields? u all are simply superb and very competitive!
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#7
i beleive u need to start learning softice or syser debugger for u to start cr***king anything..... just a thought
(06-26-2009, 04:23 PM)ivanveliki Wrote: I see you have no idea what is a "crack" and how it is made. You need to know low-level programming and have much of experience. I have 20 years of experience in high-level programming, but I cannot say, that I can do "cracks", except "simple" ones. If you did not ever heard of Assembler, no tutorial can help you.

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think u should try exploring softice, syser debugger, PE explorer.
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(06-26-2009, 06:20 PM)ivanveliki Wrote: I did not mean to offense you. I will post some links for you to see, that cracking is not for everyone. Also unfortunately every program uses different protection, usually commersial ones. Even different versions of one program may use different protections. Do not underestimate their efforts to protect their software. They also know if a crack exists for their programs and often change the protection algorithms.

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Hello
any universal unpacker for exe and dll files
so that we just unpack
bye
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