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  1. #1

    how to read FLexim file ""?


    Very sorry, I am really a newbie in these forum.
    these is my first post, I hope you can help specially the old members.

    Heres I want to start to crack.

    i manage to nagivate on our server and just found FLEXIM folder.
    under FLEXIM folder, i found ""

    i read and make google search. i found these forum but i did not see any thread about FLEXIM LICENSING.

    heres my question. I hope i can get step by step guide. I am a newbie in times of cracking..

    1. how to convert "" file into license.dat file?
    2. is there any tools to read these file?

    thank you very much in advance if any help will be done.

    take care..
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

  2. #2
    xcopy license.dat
    will do it;

    b/s aside, I know the elders will tell you to read the manuals and all other related info.
    maybe you can just goolge yourself onto a FlexLM tut that'll help you identify the version, etc and ...w

  3. #3
    I have never heard of flexim. I think there is a misinterpretation.
    Search FlexLM here or anywhere you desire for all the info you need.

    Learn Or Die.

  4. #4
    thank you very much for the friendly advice. i will search again in the forum, i hope i can find more useful things.. :-(

    btw, the version of FlexNet Licensing (v11.11.0.0 build 106800 i86_n3)
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

  5. #5
    It will not make a difference.

    If you are just *learning* to crack, you'll have an impossible time breaking Flexlm on your own. If you want to learn how to crack, there are other, simpler programs. LEARNING TO CRACK by breaking Flexlm is a sure shot way to fudge up your career before you even start. I'd suggest you:

    1. Read up on Intel and Assembly manuals. No need to memorize, just a few basic important instructions.
    2. Learn your tools --- Ida Pro and Olly first. Windbg if you're feeling adventurous.
    3. Start breaking simple protections -- Winzip 5/6/7 and MIRC 4/5 are good. First, find these versions on the net. Then, crack them.
    4. learn a programming language (compiled, not interpreted. C/C++ is good), write small programs and immediately disassemble/debug them. This will train your eye to the code/assembly combination.
    5. Go higher by downloading and beginning reading the higher protections. Learn to break compressed and Encrypted apps first.
    6. Then, when you are done doing all that, start thinking about hitting the commercial protection schemes.

    If, on the other hand, this is a crack request (which I seriously think this is), disguised as a "I'm such a noob I can't even open windows, but want to crack Flexlm" I doubt you will fulfill your purpose of "LEARNING" by asking for a "STEP BY STEP GUIDE", which basically means you want us to do your job for you.

    I'd request you stop thinking about Flexlm for about 2 years, while to become a proficient cracker, then start looking at these things.

    Kids these days, getting smarter all the time. Why, I'd never have thought about playing the newbie card and asking for a crack when I was young.

    Have Phun
    Blame Microsoft, get l337 !!

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    thank you again for enlighten me up. i will try my best to start and make cracking basic. as of now, i am trying to configure this package.
    thanks again for your time to post. cheers!
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

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