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  1. #16
    curVV
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    Nice. Thanks Jak. Great way to learn - writing tuotrials!
    Either JMI or Woodmann is prolly gawn slaughter yo ass for your total disregard of forum policy but thanks for the effort anyhoo!
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

  2. #17
    That option is under consideration. The only delay has been in considering whether we may wish to modify our Rules in light of the current location of our Forum.

    Regards,
    JMI

  3. #18
    And..........

    The fact that finding cracks for those games requires just about no effort

    Woodmann

  4. #19
    yeh, now for challenge 2 - make a keygen from reversing the algo you found..

  5. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by evlncrn8
    yeh, now for challenge 2 - make a keygen from reversing the algo you found..
    Surely this is less a challenge and more of a tedious and laborious trawl through an already understood protection. That said, feel free to indulge yourself if you have nothing better to do for a few hours.

  6. #21
    J2005
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    Thanx and all the best for your future challenges
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

  7. #22
    Here's my mini tute for 'Seven Seas'(probably all popcap games).

    It's written for complete newbies so it's extremely simply! And yes those popcap games are extremely easy to deal with.
    Attached Files Attached Files

  8. #23
    I wondered.....
    The names of the targetand codes were posted here its seems no one cares about the rules?
    esther


    Reverse the code,Reverse Your Minds First

  9. #24
    This matter is currently being discussed


    Woodmann

  10. #25
    curVV
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    JohnWho: Nice tutorial. thnx.

    quote from tut: Our pointer is pointing at address 004AD704

    I know it might be different on my computer, but where did you get that? I'm a lil confused...
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

  11. #26
    I'll chip in my 2cents worth.

    Based on the material I am reading from the ActiveMark website:

    http:\\www.trymedia.com

    and I quote:

    Trymedia Systems, secure digital distribution services provider and operator of the world’s largest distribution network for downloadable games, has further bolstered its digital distribution network by establishing new partnerships with top casual game publishers and developers Big Fish Games, FreshGames, iWin, PlayFirst, Selecsoft and Toy Box Games.
    You will see Popcap listed as one of the many partners. So it's only a matter
    of time before most of you will become all too familiar with ActiveMark.
    However, many games/apps protected by this software are also more easily
    obtainable elsewhere.

  12. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by curVV
    JohnWho: Nice tutorial. thnx.

    quote from tut: Our pointer is pointing at address 004AD704

    I know it might be different on my computer, but where did you get that? I'm a lil confused...
    I'm not sure what exactly you confused about, but...

    This compare function...

    :00425D4E 38992C030000 cmp byte ptr [ecx+0000032C], bl

    ...is pointing at our registration address. Do a "d ecx+32c" without the quotes when your on the instruction and you'll see the pointed address!

  13. #28
    curVV
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    ok. was confused coz we were still in w32dasm. wondered how you got the address from there..
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

  14. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by curVV
    ok. was confused coz we were still in w32dasm. wondered how you got the address from there..
    Hehe... yeah i know i'm not specially good at explaining stuff, thats why i almost never write tutorials.

  15. #30
    curVV
    Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by condzero

    You will see Popc4p listed as one of the many partners. So it's only a matter
    of time before most of you will become all too familiar with ActiveMark.
    However, many games/apps protected by this software are also more easily
    obtainable elsewhere.
    Hmm no wonder. Another Popcap title already mentioned in this thread above by Jak, loaded into PEiD yields:
    Nothing found [Overlay] *
    7.95 (Packed)
    Packed
    Packed

    So maybe its already packed with ActiveMark

    after a quick dump in olly i checked it again with the Krypto plugin and found refs to crc32, md5 and some other stuff i've never heard of.

    Dont think we'll ever find a popc4p game as easy as s3v3n s34s to RE...
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

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