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Old 02-11-2004, 04:50
Pompeyfan
 
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Asprotect Stripper

If unpacking Asprotected files with Stripper, is this program only of use if their are no stolen bytes, or is this something that can be addressed after using Stripper?
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Old 02-11-2004, 06:00
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I've tried it last week with asprotect 2.1x new strain ... un-pack seemed to work just as good as any other generic unpacker, like procdump and such..

it didn't fix the stolen bytes although it looked like it tried..

when select "reversing" then it crashes because asprotect detects it as a debugger..

now this might not be same with all applications protected with asprotect, but sure is with the ones I was looking at, still a nice program because it did give information about the protected app that was helpful
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