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marcus 12-10-2004 01:07 PM

Packed I think
 
I was looking for a vb application to practice on then i ended up on this program when i was trying to debug it it says
"this software cannot run if system debuggers are on the background"

Does that mean that it is packed? if so can anyone point me to the right direction on getting pass this?



[Program url removed by admin]

zyzygy 12-10-2004 01:25 PM

well it could be packed or the author would have added a check to see if there are any debuggers present .

see ya
zyzygy

marcus 12-10-2004 01:58 PM

How do i go about bypassing that?

Acid_Cool_178 12-10-2004 05:08 PM

By locating the section where the application find's you debugger, and then patch it..

marcus 12-11-2004 08:57 AM

everytime i change i change even just a single bite and save it it comes out as corrupted when i run it. lol i guess this ones too advance for me

zyzygy 12-11-2004 02:01 PM

you might be in for a crc check as well and if that is the case check where such an error is generated and then kill it(i.e. reverse engineer it ;))

zyzygy

CoDe_InSiDe 12-11-2004 04:40 PM

Hi marcus,

I quickly looked at that program you're talking about (From which the URL has been removed by the admin), and that program has been protected with Armadillo.
So either do some research about Armadillo and try to unpack it, or leave the program alone :D

Regards,

CoDe_InSiDe

marcus 12-12-2004 05:01 PM

Thanks dude, yeah currently having some research on that. thanks :D

seven 02-05-2005 10:27 PM

marcus
 
( time limit + function limit ) both can be defeated eazy

but unpacking arma iz another story .

CoDe_InSiDe :

glad 2 c u + thx 4 all ur great works .

CoDe_InSiDe 02-06-2005 12:45 PM

Hi seven,

Quote:

glad 2 c u + thx 4 all ur great works
Glad 2 c u 2 + You're welcome :D

Regards,

CoDe_InSiDe


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