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Thread: Is there anyway to identify the version of aspack used to pack a program?

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    ThrillSeeker
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    Is there anyway to identify the version of aspack used to pack a program?

    Is there any way to indetify the version of aspack used to pack a program???'
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    Sphinx
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    Apparently, you couldn't determine *really* what version was used if you just snoop around the exe file. The best thing to know it would be finding the program's entry point then classify it out, that is, if you already know the packer's entry point. If not, then try packing some apps with versions of ASPack then classify them. But that would be tedious! So use some file analyzers (like GetType) to determine the version. But what if the packer's entry point was intentionally modified? Then the manual entry point searching would be appropriate then. Greets!
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