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    2nd .NET unpackme

    Anything goes. Read the readme and good luck. IMO much harder than the last ver


    bleh

    bleh

    Compatibility issues fixed. Download new ver here:

    http://www.filesend.net/download.php?f=b2d0635377f3de809238f8690e0d8619

    Sorry for any problems.
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    Thanks rendari for providing our readers with a new "challenge."

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    JMI

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    Pleasure is all mine JMI. I've learned so much while coding this unpackme, that I can safely say it was definitely worth it

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    Ooh, that looks killer Thanks rendari. Why don't you go ahead and upload it to this thread as an attachment so it's more readily available months or years from now?

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    Thanks for the suggestion Kayaker. Original post has been modified accordingly

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    Hello all,

    partly due to my own idiocy(+ sloppy coding), and partly due to Microsoft's idiocy (M$ is always to blame ) I have found my first compatibility bug! It appears to manifest itself only in slow machines (Pentium 3), so if the crackme crashes for you please post your specs so that I can see if my hypothesis is correct. I don't think it will affect most people. If it does, I will stop procrastinating and hasten to post an updated version of the crackme. As for now, I must study for a calculus test >.<. Peace and good luck all!

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    issues fixed. See original post for new download.

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    It crashes for me with Vista x64.
    Vista is supposed to use the .Net FrameWork 3.0 (x64) out of the box.
    Programming today is a race between software engineers to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots.
    So far, the Universe is winning.

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    So far, 3 Vista users have tried this unpackme. 2 (you and one other) report problems. 1 Reports that it works fine. I unfortunately do not have an available Vista machine, so it will be some time before I can figure out what the problem is on that front. I suspect it is DEP

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    After using Vista x64 for a while, the surprise effect when something does not work is gone.

    It won't stop me from looking at it in a VM under XP.

    TiGa
    Programming today is a race between software engineers to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots.
    So far, the Universe is winning.

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    And that's not "really" cheating anyway!

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    JMI

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    Hello all. I have fixed the Vista problem. It now works on 32 bit Vista fine. I assume it works on WinXP, haven't tested it there yet but I'm pretty sure everything is fine Here's the new link:

    http://www.filesend.net/download.php?f=67ccb0a87cc8f2f2f8d3776f9612f129

    Cheers!
    -rendari

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    This unpackme crashes on XP64 SP2 with .NET 3.5 :\

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    Well I doubt .NET 3.5 is the problem, since .NET 3.5 still uses the JIT of .NET 2.0, so it must be a 64 bit thing. I can't say til I find a 64bit system to test this on...

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    I just wanted to say that I solved your crackme, rendari. Expect the biggest article about code injection (it's not only about your crackme) and JIT internals ever =), along with a rebuilding tool that, in my opinion, will mean the end of most (if not all) .NET protections as we know them today.

    Anyway, thanks for the crackme rendari.

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