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Old 09-04-2010, 03:37 PM
narciszu narciszu is offline
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Default Dump HASP4 M1

Hello all !
I have an "old" problem. Just I buyed one old dongle from an electronic store (something like eBuy but romanian one) just for fun and study. This dongle is HASP4 M1 type. I don't know neither about what software protect this key and password to acces memory on it. I suppose I need a kind of brute force program to find passwords first. Something like h4dmp or h5dmp but with brute force capabilities. On the other hand, I read that exist hardware writer for this old kind of dongle but I don't know where. With this I could write my own password on it. I need some guide lines if you can help me.
P.S. I studied a lot about emulating HASP. I have good result with many soft. I used multikey and HASPHL2008 for this.
Thank you !

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Later edit.
Problem solved by myself. Dongle is for OptiTex v9.6. Thank you anyway.

Methods are described in the following posts:


Last edited by narciszu : 10-26-2010 at 04:42 AM.
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Old 10-18-2010, 08:36 PM
farabi farabi is offline
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Default How??

Hello,

Can you pls tell me how did you solved the problem??

Im also in same situation..

Hope youll help..

Thanks in advance

Last edited by Git : 10-19-2010 at 01:28 PM.
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