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nodn 01-18-2009 02:08 PM

Hi all.
Can someone help me with these programs?
They are protected with license files.


Prerequisites\HID.exe already have license file and no need to be unpacked. Maybe it will help you to unpack other programs.

Yeorwned 08-12-2009 09:45 PM

Anyone played with .NET Reactor yet? Seems to have some pretty significant enhancements over previous releases.

snippets 12-22-2010 01:52 AM

Thread Up! :D

Hello. I've read the posts.

.NET Reactor receives bad comments.:eek:
But the posts were old.
Things changes.. =)

What .NET Protection do you recommend?:rolleyes:

wyvernx 03-21-2011 12:29 PM

I have not seen any recent .net reactor papers on unpacking, but I would love to read some if you find, please post for everbody.

kao 03-21-2011 01:18 PM

Who needs tutorials when we have Reactor Decryptor? :D But if you have a specific question about .NET Reactor 4, feel free to ask..

LoCo 06-22-2011 01:33 PM

It is really a very interesting topic, actually i've gone through all of the comments and i really think its one of the best discussions in this forums, but after several months have passed, and many versions have been released for .net reactor, is it still as crackable as it was before? ... I just made my own licensing server with some assymetric encryption (RSA) and 1024 bit encryption and bla bla bla.. and i just need to give crackers the hassle to crack my program... so they will take long (3-4 days) so it will be a test of how bad they want it cracked.

What protector / obfuscator should i really use to accomplish that...

is DNGuard still the way to go? or is there someone who has performed better in this market?

is it worth it? .. my code worths millions (at least for me lol)

and yeh.. its .net only maybe with some dlls and other .net components .. heh

hope to hear from you guys...


lirikpas 07-16-2011 09:07 AM

Hi all.
Can someone help me with these programs?

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