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  1. #1
    Treks
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    HIDING SOFTICE ?

    ne1 has an idea how to hide softice from programs that quit with messages like "uninstall debugger and restart"?
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  2. #2
    blackos
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    Hi man ... yes, of course : 3 ideas.

    - use TRW200 from liutaotao instead (http://knlsoft.cjb.net)

    - still using softice and hide it with a powerful tool made by frogsprint : frogsice !... (http://frogsprint.cjb.net/).

    - take a look at newbies forum first, you'll certainly see everything you need about this subject .


    blak.
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  3. #3
    Muad'Dib
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    watch out for frogsprint.cjb.net - it is M$IE hostile...though if you use M$IE you deserve it anyway
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  4. #4
    ThrillSeeker
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    Hostility factor

    Your right, it's very hostile. It result in an endless bluescreen and I had to restore my registry.
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  5. #5
    hOrn_dOg
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    Hi

    Always go to www.protoools.com he has the latest tools here
    - including FI, so no phear of Frogs anti M$ tricks at this site.

    BTW IMHO this anti explorer stuff is a bit dated now , OK back in 97~98 to prove somethin, but hey Netscape is shit as well, so is Opera. In fact Widows is shit, BUT we reverse on it for fun so lets relax a little.

    hOrn_dOg
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  6. #6
    SV
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    Hi Treks

    You can use Icedump too :
    (In doc)
    " - added anti detection code, should protect against most known methods
    (int3/int2f/int41/int68/dr7/createfilea/testdebuginstalled). also there
    is a way to detect illegal ring-0 entry attempts, check out PROTECT for
    more details."

    SV
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