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  1. #1
    Ryan
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    Talking Is it really that tough? ;)

    Yo all,
    it's Ryan here, author of code-lock. Why don't you guys try my ocx? Is it because it is really that impossible to crack it? Or is it because it is in VB and you don't think it is worth the time to do so? Don't forget that this ocx can support any programming languages that uses ActiveX...

    Com'on, give it a try and tell me what you think of it.
    Is it good enough to cost US$200?

    Best regards
    Ryan
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  2. #2
    Unregistered
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    Damn,
    forgot the URL for it. LOL
    w*w.dreamimpression.com/code-lock.shtml

    *grin*
    enjoy!
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  3. #3
    EtErNaL_L0ser
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    Visual Lame language lol! Its tough for a newbie like me but not for +HCU strainers!
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  4. #4
    Ryan
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    Originally posted by EtErNaL_L0ser
    Visual Lame language lol! Its tough for a newbie like me but not for +HCU strainers!
    Sigh, another one thinking that a programming language is lame... The fact is, only the programmer behind any language can be lame. He can use C++/C/Java whatever to write a program, but if he is lame, anything he writes is lame. You can't blame the langauge.

    Similarly, visual basic is not lame. The only lame ones are:
    1) The author (if he can't write a decent program)
    2) The cracker (if he can't crack it and says it is because visual basic is lame)

    Regards
    Ryan
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  5. #5
    tsehp
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    I don't blame you, meaning you can advertise here for your latest protection system and urge rookie crackers to finally test freely your product, so you know what you're doing..

    And I'll repeat : I don't blame you for this.

    But what's the point ? ocx protection resided in vb, resides in m$ vb api's possible to reverse, even a cv debugger is now available.

    The only really hard protections are the ones that you just can't even see, without any tool available.

    So why don't you post some amusing crackme's based on your system on newbie's forum ? some people will take the challenge, but please stop your $ advertisements
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  6. #6
    I think no one will try it until your protection gets so famous as ASProtect
    :DWARNING: Shareware authors are reading your detailed discussions without paying you!:D

  7. #7
    Ryan
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    Talking Will do

    I will take heed your advice. I will make an example out of my programs and let you guys try cracking it. *grin*
    Please don't disappoint me. hehe
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  8. #8
    Ryan
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    here it is... crack this. ;)

    As promised, I have attached a little crackme for you to try... it will show you what code-lock can do. (or maybe cannot do)

    Crack it to your hearts contents.

    Regards
    Ryan
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  9. #9
    Jamran
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    ... might help if it worked.
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  10. #10
    Ryan.
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    Well, if you have tried meddling with it, I am not surprised to see that message. LOL

    If you haven't done anything to it, and just run it after setup, I would like to know what system you are using. I tried it on Win9x, WinNT and they work fine.

    Regards
    Ryan
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  11. #11
    Ryan
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    Err... I think I should tell you that the program will not run if you have NuMega SoftIce loaded in memory.
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  12. #12
    Jamran
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    I'm running Windows ME (4.90 - 3000), it happened right after install and SoftIce wasn't running...
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  13. #13
    javelin
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    umm got program.exe running

    i got program.exe runing and saying registered to: Javelin Vastalia

    user data:
    5644D35319A77CE9B1CB12AD4CBCC9DEE9CD7764

    name: Javelin Vastalia

    Key:
    B66090F61B6ABF468983CE4EA14729ACC12FCBD055380F988D26B7E9DCEA87047026EE6E68A6E17F5740BCFFC2D51FFEE663 093D3E0939145EF744A358DCE6CBA2AB2B86AD0716FB31118C6E
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  14. #14
    Ryan.
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    Re: umm got program.exe running

    Originally posted by javelin
    i got program.exe runing and saying registered to: Javelin Vastalia

    user data:
    5644D35319A77CE9B1CB12AD4CBCC9DEE9CD7764

    name: Javelin Vastalia

    Key:
    B66090F61B6ABF468983CE4EA14729ACC12FCBD055380F988D26B7E9DCEA87047026EE6E68A6E17F5740BCFFC2D51FFEE663 093D3E0939145EF744A358DCE6CBA2AB2B86AD0716FB31118C6E
    By using the keygen provided by code-lock?
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  15. #15
    Ryan
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    Is this the best you can do?

    Com'on guys,
    is this the best you can do? Use the keygen provided by myself and tell me you make it run? Anyone less lame than that?

    I'm still waiting for my app to be cracked.

    Yawn...
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