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Extremely simple crackme, protected by my own prototype EXE-protector.

Please read the readme.rtf inside the archive.

Have fun!

ps: This is my first submission, I tried to follow all the guidelines, but don´t kill me if I overlooked something, thanks!

Difficulty: 5 - Professional problem to solve
Platform: Windows 2000/XP only
Language: Assembler

Published: 09. Jul, 2005
Downloads: 1097


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Solution by alex_ls, published 03. sep, 2010; download (1867 kb), password: or browse.

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24. Jul 2005
Sorry everybody! Contrary to the readme the program does NOT run on windows2000, only XP. As compensation and to make it a bit easier I will give you a valid serial to test whether it runs correctly on your computer:
Name: ""
Serial: "=>1803606519"

technobabble: I tested it on 3 computers, but all were running XP ;-( Sorry. Apparently SEH-Handlers have to preserve ESI & EDI, and I failed to put in a rule to that effect. XP seems to forgive, W2k does not.
03. Sep 2010
congrats to alex_ls for an impressive solution to a long-standing crackme
26. Sep 2010
probably i not examined this crackme also bcoz of MFC71 requirements..
26. Sep 2010
alex_ls, where is DEPROTECTED crackme?
27. Sep 2010
jE!, In my solution I just described the way how to decrypt the protected functions with a trivial tracer. Removing the protector of crackme will take too much time(analyzing decrypted code,making a dump or connections - all of this is a manual process). Sorry, I couldn't code the generic unpacker! If someone can do it,please,upload the solution.
28. Sep 2010
drop it.
just asked, bcoz 2-stage was about it.

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