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Old 03-23-2010, 06:26 AM
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Hi All,

I am new to hardlock emulation so please forgive me if I anger somebody because I am such a n00b.

Trying to get a Aladdin Eye Hardlock emulated, it is of the parallel type and I believe from the output given by Sp0raw's HL-Dump tool that it is the old type that does not have any ASIC memory? It has the brass connectors (which is important I believe too). Reason for emulation is so that I can move the software into a VM without having to purchase a PCIx Parallel Card for our Dell ESX server.

After much searching and reading a lot of dongle reverse engineering documentation I think I am taking the right steps as follows:

1. Using the Toro Monitor tool I start the protected software, this tells me that I have a hardlock running at 0x131F (ModAd=4895).
2. I then use Sp0raw's HL-Dump tool and tell it to dump from ModAd 0x131f. This creates the .DAT and .REG files named 131F.
3. I import the .REG file into the registry and then using HL-Solver I enter the ModAd 0x131f and click the Find button.

This is where I get lost as it runs until 100% is hit but never displays any seeds.

Can anybody help? Is it the case that as I am using the non-memory based hardlock that I cannot find the seeds?

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Spar1GreP
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Old 03-23-2010, 07:44 AM
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you have old type of hardlock with flora asic . use unidmp2reg to find seeds
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Old 03-23-2010, 08:25 AM
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Hi ALLEZ!!

Thanks for the reply. I have managed to download the UniDmp2Reg (1.1b3) application. I dont suppose you know of a page where it explains how this application works and how I can then use .FSx files it generates with MyLock.FST Builder 0.1 (if indeed I can use them)?, or if I am to use a different method with these files.

I used the DAT file generated by HL-DUMP as the Dump file and it seemed to like that as it only gave me the option to choose SafeKey SafeHardLok within UniDmp2Reg.

Again thanks for the help.

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Old 03-23-2010, 09:42 AM
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use h224 for making the .fst file...
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Old 03-24-2010, 02:57 PM
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Hi Bfox,

h224? Thats a real-time communication protocol? Does it have a more descriptive term as I cannot find anything in the Google relating to h224 and dongle key emu?

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Old 03-25-2010, 09:27 AM
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upload .dat/.reg file and pm ink to me.
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