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Thread: Jump to <&MSVBVM60.#100> ??

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    99bobster99
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    Jump to <&MSVBVM60.#100> ??

    Hello,

    I'm trying to debug a program, but I've run into an instruction which causes Ollydbg to stop debugging ??

    Ollydbg loads the program fine, I press F9 to start the debug. All is fine, the program begins and pops up a registration message box. Ollydbg CPU monitor window is on the following instruction;

    CALL <JMP.&MSVBVM60.#100>

    I then enter a username and serial number in the application program, before pressing "Ok" I setup a point.h breakpoint. The program then tells me the registration is not correct, but Ollydbg never debugged anything in between selecting "Ok" and seeing the incorrect reg message.

    Does anyone have any suggestions ?? I've read a lot of tutorials on this but nothing has worked ??
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

  2. #2
    Anonymous
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    Jump to <&MSVBVM60.#100> ??

    Your debugging a visual basic program, and so Ollydbg isn't the right tool for the job. What you want is something like BoundsChecker and the like. VB apps can not really be disassembled to anything meaningful, unlike a C, C++ or Delphi application.
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

  3. #3
    Tacman
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    Smartcheck is the favorite choice for vb apps
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

  4. #4
    Anonymous
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    you must break on vb api like vbastrcmp etc
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  5. #5
    Teerayoot
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    www.bugsgroup.com it's have a tutorial that point on this ploblem.
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  6. #6
    Anonymous
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    mmmhhh, more than debugging this app you are probably just trying to crack it, I'd say ....

    jimmyboy
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  7. #7
    Anonymous
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    Nahhh, he wrote the app himself, why would he want to crack his own app?
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  8. #8
    Anonymous
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    well my friend, the guy is saying he fails registering the application ....
    you mean that he is so dumb that he can't register his own application????
    Gee, I didn't consider that ...

    jimmyboy
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  9. #9
    Anonymous
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    Yup, that's right. Due to a bug in his registration routines, he can't get the application registered, so needs to debug it to find out why the application is rejecting his (perfectly valid) registration code.
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

  10. #10
    Anonymous
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    mmmhhh, the guy must be a whiz

    jimmyboy
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  11. #11
    Anonymous
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    Hi guys,

    You guys are absolutely correct. I'm trying to protect my own hard work and am trying to make it my shareware program 100% uncrackable. I'm trying to mask the way that crackers can easily find the reg code. Thanks for all your help, I've just rendered Smartcheck useless !! Hee Hee. I will be posting my routine on a popular programmers forum for all to use as well. Thanks again.

    Regards, the whiz.
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  12. #12
    Anonymous
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    My friend we did not mean to offend you ... it's just that I personally like things to be called with their name .... not debugging, cracking .... it's as simple as that ..

    jimmyboy
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  13. #13
    Teerayoot
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    All program are crackable.Do not waste your time to protect it.
    Just release as a freeware if you want it to be non crackable
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  14. #14
    Anonymous
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    the whiz,
    come on over to bugsgroup and post the name of the app, maybe we can help each other, reversers are not the enemy, most of us on it for challenge not to release cracks.
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

  15. #15
    99bobster99
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    Hi guys,

    Here is the files location. Let me know how you can crack it.

    http://www.iclub.com/registration.asp?download=ClassicSetup.exe


    You will need to register an email address, then it will allow you to download the proggie.

    I love the challenge as well.
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

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