View Full Version : First Time with Crapkey

January 31st, 2008, 16:52

This is my first shot at crapkey and I am fairly new to the cracking scene in general i have been reading everything I can find on crypkey however there is very little discussion on actually unpacking the file, from there on out it seems fairly simple to do with the use of thewds ckinfo tool. Could someone point me in the right direction of unpacking the protected app to grab the usercode sitecode etc....

Any help would be appreciated.

edit: I tried using qunpack 2.0 but was unable to get it unpacked.

January 31st, 2008, 20:41
I am going tops to take a little detour here.

DataRecall: If you want to get a meaningful answer in this forum, you have to elicit the excitement and curiosity of the public here. At least twice a day some one asks: "how do I crack this or that program protected with this or that protection i.e.crapkey". You tell us that you tried a generic unpacker and came empty handed, which is not surprising, because unpackers are rapidly neutralized by small changes in the protection code or the protection settings. Same old crack request, gets unceremoniously deleted in a regular bases.

The regular people that post in this forum are the ones that either, write the unpackers, or figure out how to make the unpackers fail.
So: If you need to find a crack for your app, there are plenty of fora out there plus the countless P2P sources in which you can d/l the program and the crack and every thing you want in between.

So perhaps you want to learn how to unpack crapkey, which is a pointless hobby, I must add; but it is fun and challenging like doing the crossword puzzle. . . You are going to have to search for some tutorials on crapkey unpacking, sweat a little to understand what the fuck is going on, then come back here with waaaaaay more elaborate and specific questions.


January 31st, 2008, 21:03
Check out haggar tutorial.... From where to get it, I don't know, you tell me!

January 31st, 2008, 22:13
And crapkey has various versions, as do most protectors. When you do a search for unpacking crapkey you can read tutorials or posts about different versions, but you will need to remember that the protection makers read these tutorials also and attempt to keep one step ahead of the reversers. You will need to focus on what may be written about your particular version.

If you don't know what version your version is, then you have another whole subject to study...how to identify the version of the protector, and there are tools and articles which may assist you in that search also.

In other words, you have a lot to do and a lot to learn, but that is supposed to be "why" you reverse. If all you want is to get some particular program to run without the protection, then just look for a crack for whatever program it might be.


February 5th, 2008, 23:49
Well, CBJ...

February 9th, 2008, 18:06
[Originally Posted by tHE mUTABLE;72471]The Only Reason for Time is so that Everything Doesn't Happen at Once [A. Einstein]
Don't want to hijack thread over a discussion of time. There are other places for that. However, Albert must have been joking that day.

He has also alluded to the fact that 'good' scientists understand time as being an illusion, especially past and future, which exist only between human ears. When someone suggested it should be feasible to travel through time, Albert told him, "I didn't say that".

My interpretation of Albert's statement is that time exists for humans because the human brain can't deal with the actuality of everything happening at once.

February 10th, 2008, 17:23
My interpretation of Albert's statement is that time exists for humans because the human brain can't deal with the actuality of everything happening at once.
It depends on which system you talking about... Quantum, gravitational or something similar to String Theory.