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  1. Take my advice... A hard drive is definitely not something to try to save your money upon. You can see how much time you wasted trying to recover the last one? Just not worth it, in my opinion. Avoid seagate drives. They are well known to fail suddenly. Western Digital ones are a lot more reliable. Go for the SERVER versions of the drives if possible (I know, some say that they should not be used for home purposes) but in my experience they last far longer and are more reliable than the usual consumer grade ones. Check out the color codes of Western Digital drives here: htt
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  2. Hi, thanks for the info.I found this info about some drives.... ....about failures and Seagate are badest and HGST is best. Anyway, I think I will try first another other extern drive and hope that this will work correctly. greetz
    2 points
  3. Tango down for 109.201.133.80 (keygens.pro, serials.be, crack.ms) Meanwhile, 54.36.184.139 (crackinns.com, torrentheap.com, crackheaps.com, cracknets.net, cracksnet.net, cracknet.net, keygenit.net, keygenom.net, cracksgurus.com, keygenninja.com, serialms.com, mackeygens.com, mediagetsite.com, get.ziplink.xyz, get.ziplink.stream) are still spreading malware. Abuse sent too, but nothing followed for the moment, so here is some insight about their infra in the meantime (when all else fails, crowbar the fornicationer) Embedded mini-admin panel to administrate the fake sites, allow t
    2 points
  4. I would be wary of Western Digital drives, in recent times they have not been truthful: https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2020/04/caveat-emptor-smr-disks-are-being-submarined-into-unexpected-channels/ https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2020/05/western-digital-gets-sued-for-sneaking-smr-disks-into-its-nas-channel/ https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2020/09/western-digital-is-trying-to-redefine-the-word-rpm/
    1 point
  5. I once post it in a China forum, you can visit it in https://www.52pojie.cn/thread-762832-1-1.html by Google Translator I try my best to introduce it using English 1. download x64dbg and download the symbol file of clr.dll (mscorwks.dll if runtime is .net2.0~.net3.5) 2.set a breakpoint at "SystemDomain::ExecuteMainMethod" in clr.dll/mscorwks.dll and run 3.use MegaDumper (I use my ExtremeDumper based on codecracker's megadumper https://github.com/wwh1004/ExtremeDumper) to dump the main module when the program break at "SystemDomain::ExecuteMainMethod" 4.fix pe header an
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  7. Kevin Thomas github.com/mytechnotalent/Reverse-Engineering-Tutorial
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  8. all i can says about external drive is to avoid LaCie, they are just seagate drive rebranded. i have 4 servers filled of dell 9X09C, WD Ultrastar and Seagate EXOS, they have a rough usage everyday, so far no problem.
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  9. I will share my experience with HDD, I used WD for years and they seem solid, I am talking about Western Digital Black brand, fast and have the longest life among their products, you can also depend on the Blue brand if you are only using this drive as a backup solution. but as mentioned, all drives can fail randomly at any time, a matter of pure luck.
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  10. Hi, I don't advise you to put all your data in one place. For me, I don't buy new hdd, I use old ones after testing them carefully (Max 1to). Hitachi drives are also a good choice but problems can occurs on any model. After doing a backup, I prefer to unplug current from the backup drive to keep it safe until next backup. Good luck.
    1 point
  11. Hi, Take a look to those links for more information: https://www.techradar.com/news/10-best-internal-desktop-and-laptop-hard-disk-drives-2016 https://hdd.userbenchmark.com/ https://www.windowscentral.com/best-internal-hard-drives https://www.expertreviews.co.uk/internal-hard-drives/1406336/best-internal-hard-drive https://www.anandtech.com/show/12075/best-consumer-hdds
    1 point
  12. I advise you to buy an SSD now, Go for Samsung, I find them reliable and they tend to last for years before you need to replace them. When you get a new SSD, make sure to do a test using the supplied software to ensure all blocks can read and write correctly. SSD are getting cheaper these days and you will like the speed difference when you try it.
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  13. I meant you can take a snapshot of that drive in case you have important files that you can no longer access. Avoid cheap USB drives at all costs, always go with well known brands even if slightly more expensive.
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  14. You can try doing JitDumper or MangedJiterfr4 followed by the tool (no de4dot needed), in some instances it worked for me just fine.
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  15. Nicolas Brulez (the father of software Passport/Armadillo) is doing mentoring if you look for something more professional https://www.reverse-engineer.net/ i don't know how good are his courses, but back in time he taught me a lot of tricks, and he is friendly.
    1 point
  16. Have a look at this: https://class.malware.re/ - there's a lot of stuff, some really good, some average. But I'm sure you'll be able to learn a lot. Perhaps MalwareUnicorn's trainings are a good place to start. It's a huge investment of time, so I wouldn't expect someone to be available on chat 24/7 just for you. But as Kurapica said, you could ask your questions here, provide as much info as possible, and someone will (eventually) look at it. Cheers, kao. P.S. Don't worry about the grammar.
    1 point
  17. Age of teams and groups is over, now knowledge is mostly public on the web, you don't need a tutor or a group to improve your skills. You can ask about anything and people will try to help, The downloads section in tuts4you is a compilation of knowledge from many people along the years, probably you will need months or maybe more than a year to digest all the info there. any time you need help, you can always ask here.
    1 point
  18. @bytemangl3r I can but doubt that will be of any help since it's compiled for Linux and isn't a generic solution against Pyarmor i.e. won't work against the recent versions.
    1 point
  19. Since the challenge description allows it, I'm going for the quick serial fish for now Approach:
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  20. Fun challenge. I went for finding just the key algorithm rather than fully devirtualizing, but the code is pretty clear. Here some sample keys: Approach: Keygen.7z
    1 point
  21. .NET Reactor v6.2.0.0 changed a few things. First, they added code virtualization which is not that hard because it's more straightforward than rest of code virtualization implementations that are in the market. You forgot to protect your code with this feature. Secondly, you can now hide your external and internal calls with their new "Hide calling" feature. You can use de4dot standard ProxyCallFixer1 to fix those delegates. Of course firstly you need to read them from initialization method but reading method is already implemented in the base version of de4dot (which is used for resources, s
    1 point
  22. Hi In this method we're using dlls as loader, Some system files(I'm just tested dll files) can load from outside of system directory so we can use them to patch files !! Most "Delphi" and "Dotnet applications" loads "version.dll" by default so we can use this file as loader for them ! Best Regards, h4sh3m version.rar
    1 point
  23. @collins: apparently h4sh3m deleted it. Copy attached. version.rar
    1 point
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