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Old 02-17-2004, 22:53
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Originally posted by britedream
note:I don't have any dips in my dump, and I get no access violation errors when I open about.
britedream, since your dump appears to be working so much better than my own and Wurstgote's, can you tell us where (at what address) you dumped the app?

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Old 02-18-2004, 00:37
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Sorry I could not weigh in on this yesterday, too busy at work.

I only supplied the rsrc section because I suspected that might be Wurstgote's problem with gibberish on his about dialog.

No, my registered to Everyone thing does not create a fully registered program.

The Resbldr programmer has elected to use ASPR's "code encryption/decryption" techniques on 5 sections of the code. ASPR will only decrypt the code if a valid key is present. Look at the JMP's over encrypted code at 5FA8B2, 5FB033, 5FCF11, 5FD236, and 5FD708. Just preceeding each of these jumps is a CALL to check registration status and if registered, ASPR will decrypt the sections and execute them instead of taking the long JMP. To see this work or not, you have to trace the CALLs preceeding these JMPs of an ASPR'd version with ASPR and dips intact, not a dump.

Britedream and I had this discussion on this board some time back and I think he was rather skeptical because that particular target was not neutered by the encrypted code to the extent that this one is.



JMI, I trust this link doesn't violate the rules.


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Old 02-18-2004, 01:36
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Clickable links WITHIN the Forum are just fine.

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Old 02-23-2004, 03:42
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If i understand right, if i want to save the created designs or edit as text, must to decrypt the sections and as a result, we need Asprotect to decrypt them. Because, asprotect decrypts the sections.

So, we must to find the licence key as ResBuilder wants. I understood right? Did anybody succeeded?
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Old 02-24-2004, 15:48
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If I got it right, you need more than just a serial: You'll also need the key the programmer had used to encrypt the "registered user" functions, since it's crucial for decrypting them.

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Old 02-24-2004, 18:12
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Nope.. you just need the serial... u can try and see if aspr store blacklisted serial and use them to decrypt ... or find an old serial floating on the web
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Old 02-27-2004, 11:41
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I wonder can we use all functionality as unpacked. But suppose no, as i understood. Aspr is really great if so, we may loose ourself in a code wood.


Which serial do you mean in net? 1.0 serials?
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