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    FlexLM keygenning question

    Hi everybody,
    I have a FlexLM 10.8 target, have a valid license with hostid=flexid=dongle and I want to make a keygen for a hostid=ANY or whatever. I have found seeds using the structure zeroing method, have built the lmcrypt.exe, but the keys it generates are not correct. Valid license has a 20 chars key, but lmcrypt generates 16 chars in 7-th version compatibility and 20 chars when 20 zeros are defined in template. But it is not correct. Maybe prog uses some additional crypt. How can I figure it?
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    Sag_med?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FoxB View Post
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    yes
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

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    john,the vendor use the permutation tables... You need to dig inside the crypt_filter and the xor_vals.
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