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splaj
July 11th, 2001, 04:08
but it's a nice reply

goatass
July 11th, 2001, 10:34
There is really no need to have an O-Scope on your lpt port. All you have to do is read the sspro manual and you can very easily figure out that is going on. There are 3 ways I go about finding where the program calls the dongle, first, which lately hasn't worked very often, is to set a BPIO -h 378 which will break with every access to your lpt port. Another way is to set a BPX DeviceIoControl which is how you would communicate with a VXD and sspro uses a VXD to access the dongle. Lastly I use BPX CreateFileA and look what file is being opened until you see that it's opening SENTINEL.VXD then you F12 back a few times and you will be where the application loads the VXD for later use and following that you will see sproFindFirstUnit, sproRead, etc.

I really suggest you read the papers on CrackZ site they are very helpfull and also get the API manual for the sspro dongle from his site.

good luck

goatass

goatass
July 11th, 2001, 10:36
oh crap, ignore this post....actually Tsehp+ delete it if you can.
it was suppose to be a reply but for some reason it made a new post out of it....

ma bad

goatass

MeteO
July 18th, 2001, 14:12
Why you do not try to trace all calls to dongle via emualor? It's so easy.

goatass
July 19th, 2001, 09:20
MeteO, you said trying to trace via emulator, explain what you mean by emulator ??

goatass