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    SOLDIER8514
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    Cool SOFTICE : need a function for decrypt ...

    i m unpacking PeX_v099_Notepad deliver with MUP_PeX_v0.99
    under softice and i m on the decryption method :

    1234 blablabla
    1235 blablabla
    1236 ....
    1237 .....
    1238 dec ecx
    1239 JNZ 1234

    and it turn on itself 11000 times !!!
    How can i execute this code without xxxxx millions of F8 ?

    i cant use : R ECX=0 cause there are many operations on the others regs

    Is there a special function for do those 11000 jumps in Softice ?

    Bad Code ! Bad !
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    SOLDIER8514
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    sorry for this question i known i can use BPM but i m very tired

    i m in front of monitors since 3 days and night ,

    i m going in bed good night !
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    OK!
    BUT CLEAR ALL BPX's before sleeping:)

  4. #4
    serkul
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    maybe just 'g [nextinstructionaddress]'
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