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  1. BillsTheGod

    Modded ConfuserEx (Find the Password)

    Platform: Windows Language: C#/.NET OS Version: Windows 10 (I only tested on it so) Protector: Modded ConfuserEx Objective: Modification to ConfuserEx; constants, math protection, variablesmelter, antide4dot (broked rn), three antidebugs (one inside antitamper), sizeof, antivm, antiemulator, antidnspy, antijustdecompiler, intergritychecking, typescrambler etc Unpack the file and find the password. Document how you deobfuscated it. https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/3cd889f4be35cb440f4a4a1c3ececc62a7075ccddeb76553e06ad12e96d94fe4/detection (false positive because of the obfuscation) If there are any errors in this thread or in my english, I am sorry, it is my first time at this forum and I am brazillian Screenshot: Download: CrackMee.exe
  2. Modify

    ConfuserEx Light Test

    Language : C# Platform : Windows OS Version : Windows 7 Above Packer / Protector : ConfuserEx Plus Extra Description : Provide key, how? UnPackMe.7z
  3. Eddy^CZ

    UnpackMe 01 Eddy^Protector

    Language : C# Platform : Windows (7,8,10) (x32) OS Version : Windows 7,8,10 (No virtual machine!!!) Packer / Protector : Eddy^Protector 1.0.5 Description : Hello all. I want introduce my hard work. Please try, run and unpack this challenge. Its not confuserEx another mod. Only experienced reverser can unpack this. Sorry if not working for you. For me works, and on many stable OS´s too. And if you have error (0xc00000005) , simply run again it works on next try.. Sorry i have no time to solve that memory leak. Good luck! AV scan: https://www.hybrid-analysis.com/sample/a5f287aeda9145572209fba0738aa6249ab5569f82a705dad73aca5f099f8a5d/5c5355307ca3e13a9e049b1b Screenshot : $input.31.01.2019 19-03-37_lastest.zip
  4. Zyhes

    ConfuserEx Fork

    Difficulty: 3-5 Language : .NET Platform: Windows OS Version: All Packer / Protector : ConfuserEx Fork Description : Pretty heavily forked ConfuserEx and I'm not sure if it's good or not. If you get it cracked please post how you did it and don't just say "I used public tools", tell what tools and how. Thank you! Screenshot : Download : CrackMe.exe
  5. b1scoito

    ConfuserEx Mod b1scoito Protector

    Difficulty : 7.3 Language : .NET Platform : Windows, x32/x64 OS Version : All Packer / Protector : ConfuserEx Modded Description : ConfuserEx Mod b1scoito Protector Screenshot : unpack.exe
  6. Annie

    Custom ConfuserEx

    Difficulty : 2-4 Language : .NET/C# Platform : Windows OS Version : All Packer / Protector : Custom ConfuserEx Description: Should Be A Very Simple Unpack/Crack Me. Pretty Easy To Remove Anti Tamper. Objective: Unpack And Attach Unobfuscated File And Or Post The Message Box Saying Success! Screenshot(s): Download https://mega.nz/#!wToG3QRD!8XuTTHHbO7zcJiuiBaPxah9kyHIXy4IhIEOCmMM-RvE Virus Total https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/fb2eecda047c4c55d23d598de4b342a48baf4697192fa76c90e1e3c1d50f06c0/detection (False Postives Due To It Being Obfuscated!) Unpack Me - Chinx.exe
  7. qwe00

    Custom Confuserex Modded

    Difficulty : 5-6 Language : C# Platform : Windows x32/x64 OS Version : All Packer / Protector : ConfuserEX Custom Screenshot : Description : Unpack-me and clean the code,and tell me how you did this UnpackMe1.rar
  8. cachito

    ConfuserEx Light Test

    For unpacking 1) cawk unpacker 2) dump after decryption 3) fix EP 4) Proxy call fixer by Davicore 5) Strings decryptor by CC 6) Switch killer by CC 7) Dump resources (empty) 😎 Clean cctor and <module>methods (maybe 4, 5 and 6 can be replaced by cawk unpacker again) I will check the key algo tomorrow, don't have time now. a29p-EP-anti2_noproxy_stringdec-cleaned_deobfuscated-res2-cctor-module.exe -------------------------------------------------------- Username = "Usuario" Code = "161308" int length = username.length(); int num2 = length + 2 - 4 + 40 + 10; return Convert.ToString(419 * num2 * length - length); --------------------------------------------------- EDIT2: I have received a few PMs asking how to fix EP, so I will post the videos I used as reference here. Following this 2 videos you should be able to unpack confuserex fully.
  9. Teddy Rogers

    Feedback and Ideas

    @atom0s I have set the challenge forums to have all posts reviewed. Anything posted that contains a quick answer to the challenge without an explanation on how they solved it will remain hidden from view. General discussions on the challenge will be approved and can continue. With the changes already made over the last view days there are already a number of posts hidden from view. Once someone has submitted a solution with an explanation they will be awarded the best answer. I am open to suggestions on best ways to filter in or out ConfuserEx type challenges. Whether this entails anything from creating a dedicated area or banning them completely. Let me know your thoughts. I have edited the challenge template and removed the need for the challenger to set the difficulty level. It is up to the person adding the solution to determine the difficulty with their solution. I have added a guide on what the difficulty rating scale should be, refer to my post here: https://forum.tuts4you.com/topic/37869-rules-guidelines-template/?tab=comments#comment-198253. Regarding the trolling posts and punishments, I will not touch on this again as I have already answered in one the above replies. In general, if you come across any posts or replies that you feel are inappropriate, insulting, ego-driven or belittling please report the post. Currently, I do not see a need for further moderators however I am willing to think over on it further. If you have any suggestions on who may be interested and good candidates please let me know... Ted.
  10. detpet

    ConfuserEx Mod

    Difficulty : 3 Language : .NET Platform : Windows x32/x64 OS Version : Windows 7+ Packer / Protector : ConfuserEx Modified Description : Unpack and provide a quick overview of how you did it and what tools were used CrackMe0.exe Screenshot :
  11. McKfc

    ConfuserEx Custom

    Difficulty : 6.0 Language : .NET Platform : Windows x32/x64 OS Version : All Packer / Protector : ConfuserEX Custom Description : Unpack, and give a quick tut on how you did it ConfuserEx_UnpackMe.exe
  12. Cursedzx

    Confuserex Modded by Cµrsëd$hëëp v3

    Difficulty : Probably 7 Language : C# .NET Platform : Windows (anyCPU) OS Version : Windows 7 Above Packer / Protector : Confuserex Modded by Cµrsëd$hëëp v3 Description : Upload the Unpacked file and Give me a detailed tutorial. like... tell me the specific method or specfic tools you used in order. as i said in the previous unpack challenges XD. Also tell me how'd you decrypt the methods and strings. ConsoleApplication3.exe
  13. Teddy Rogers

    Feedback and Ideas

    I have my own take on why this is, there are a number of different reasons. I only have to look at my own interests in RCE over the last few years to partly understand the reason. A full answer to this requires a topic of its own that I will save replying to in full for another day. A number of members now have to have their posts reviewed and approved before it is visible to everyone. I am hoping this will help to reduce things like this from going on in the future. This has been a bone of contention with other members too. I'll have to take in all the suggestions and issues raised and try to come up with workable solutions. One of the problems is reviewing the submissions, currently it is often taken on good faith that the difficulty and content is accurate. I also don't want to restrict too heavily which user groups can submit crackme's as new members have come and made okay entries in the past. You guys fortunately don't see just how many actually do end up getting trashed. Possibly I will have to split the sections up to filter out ConfuserEx trash or stop them altogether. I am open to further suggestions and ideas on this, if you have some keep firing them at me... Ted.
  14. atom0s

    Feedback and Ideas

    Going to leave some suggestions for going into 2019. Will break this into a few posts to make it easier to read/respond to if people want to discuss it. Challenge Section Issues One of the main sections that sees traffic still on this forum is the challenge sections. However, that isn't to say there aren't issues with these sections and the rules that are attached to them. Over the last few years, these sections have undergone some changes, focusing on bettering them but it feels like while the changes were made, they weren't enforced or continued with. These sections have degraded a lot over the last few years for a few reasons, in my opinion. Lack of Real Solutions - One of the biggest issues we still see is a lack of solutions. This became a big enough issue that newer rules and reorganization was done last year to try and help with it, but I feel we are just slipping right back to where we started with that. People post more for their ego and less for the community. Solutions are supposed to include details or a tutorial in how the solution was figured out but instead, that is back to not happening or is extremely lacking in actual info. People just post "unpacked manually" type posts that explain nothing with a solution and that is being accepted which is not what the rules say is a valid solution. Lack of Discussions - Another huge issue is that there is no encouragement to talk and discuss the challenge. Instead, it is actually quite the opposite. Newer members that have questions or request for a tutorial on how a solution was obtained are generally responded to with insults or some other ego-driven response belittling the person asking for help. So many new members land up leaving this forum because there is no real community anymore. Questions are met with ego-driven responses, requests for tutorials/solutions are met with "figure it out yourself" type responses, any type of attempt to learn is seen as leeching anymore. There are a few public and semi-public forums that focus on reverse engineering similar to this site that have grown a lot in the last few years because of how toxic this site has become. Challenge Types/Restrictions - While this isn't something that is at the fault of the staff, there is an issue with the constant reposting of ConfuserEx challenges that make up the majority of whats posted lately. I think we should start enforcing some type of system or rule that limits posting a new challenge that is nothing more than a minor-altered version of ConfuserEx. These are most commonly posted by new members with little to no posts. So also perhaps adding a post limit before being allowed to create a challenge. Along with that, ensuring in some manner that the user has read the rules. (I'm sure there is a forum plugin to force people to read the rules page or at least force it to load and they have to click OK or similar.) In nearly all the reposts of ConfuserEx, it's generally the same thing where people alter the name, edit 1-2 hardcoded values that do nothing, and in return the challenge is still fully unpackable by automated tools. Challenge Rankings - As kao pointed out, having the submitter of the challenge be the one that rates the difficulty is a bit of a skewed value. Most of these new posters always rate their protection 10/10 when they edit two lines in ConfuserEx and upload a sample. Most of these people posting these things are not even able to unpack it themselves, let alone unpack even basic things like UPX. There is really no reason to have the person posting the challenge be required to include a rank. Instead, this should be optional and a suggestion. The people solving the challenge should give a rating instead. Along with this, I think we should, as a community, create a guideline on how to rank a challenge. Be it a 1 to 10 type system or something else, I think there should be some kind of guideline as to what the value means so that others can look at a challenge, see a number and understand that it could be something they are interested in. A challenge that I personally feel is 2/10 may be an 8/10 to someone else that's new, or similar. Instead, perhaps ranking the numbers in terms of what's involved and if automation works/is available for parts of it. For example: 1/10 = An automated solution exists that works for this challenge. (ie. Running upx's unpack switch from the command line, de4dot works entirely, the ConfuserEx tools work, etc.) 2/10 = Automated solutions work but some minor manual work is required. 3/10 = Automated solutions may/may not work. Manual work is required, seen as basic/entry level understanding. 4/10 = Automated solutions may/may not work. Manual work is required, seen as higher than basic but still easy. ... 10/10 = Automated solutions do not exist. Manual work is required. Includes VMs and other difficult processing. and so on. This is something that could help let users gauge things easier. This could also be used to allow the poster of the challenge to better gauge their challenge.
  15. Eddy^CZ

    KeygenMe v1 Eddy^CZ [Eddy^Protector]

    Difficulty : 10 Language : C# .NET 4.0 Platform : Windows x64/x86 OS Version : All Packer / Protector : Eddy^Protector Description : Hello im back. I developping new obfuscator based on ConfuserEx vanilla. But really different and increased protection to 200%. I used some cool algos like: XXTEA, RC6 , RSA. Provide all 200 Key pairs to solve this KeygenMe. Happy decrypting! KeygenMe Eddy^CZ 2019.zip
  16. Cursedzx

    Confuserex Modded by Cµrsëd$hëëp v2

    Difficulty : Probably 4 Language : C# .NET Platform : Windows (anyCPU) OS Version : Windows 7 Above Packer / Protector : Modded ConfuserEx v1.0.0 by Cµrsëd$hëëp v2 Description : Upload the Unpacked file and Give me a detailed tutorial. like... tell me the specific method or specific tools you used in order. Screenshot : UnpackMe.exe
  17. detpet

    CrackMe - Combo Attempt

    Difficulty : 3-4? Language : C++, .NET 4 Platform : Windows x64 OS Version : Windows 7+ Packer / Protector : ConfuserEx, Oreans Description : Unpack and provide a quick overview of how you did it and what tools were used CrackMe1.zip Screenshot :
  18. kao

    Feedback and Ideas

    I do miss the old times with people actually posting new and interesting stuff in here. Last few years have been really tough. I don't have a solution to that, just the feeling that it's the biggest problem that needs addressing. As for smaller and easier to solve things: 1) It would be nice to have faster actions to stop troll-fights between techlord's fans and their opponents. Last thing we need here is the toxic atmosphere they bring; 2) It's time to stop "Difficulty 10/10" nonsense in crackmes that contain nothing more than a rebranded ConfuserEx. For example, create a rule that members with "Junior" title are not allowed to post crackmes, as they almost inevitably submit total garbage. Or maybe crackme section moderators could do more filtering (I'm not saying they are not doing a good job - they are!, just that the acceptance rules are too relaxed); My 2 cents. kao.
  19. b1scoito

    Confuserex Mod Trinity Obfuscator

    Difficulty : (4.7) Language : (.NET) Platform : (Windows x32/x64) OS Version : (All) Packer / Protector : (ConfuserEX Mod) Description : (Unpack me!) Screenshot : Crack-me.exe
  20. Difficulty : 4 i think Language : C# .NET Platform : Windows (anyCPU) OS Version : Windows 7 Above Packer / Protector : Modded ConfuserEx v1.0.0 Description : Upload the Unpacked file and Give me a detailed tutorial. like... tell me the specific method or specfic tools you used in order. Screenshot : UnpackMe.exe
  21. x0rz

    .Net Crack Me - ConfuserEx Mod

    Difficulty : 7/10 Language : C# Platform : Windows Packer / Protector : ConfuserEx mod + Extra antidebug and antiattach protection NetCrackMe.rar
  22. jemmg

    ConfuserEx Mod

    Difficulty : 6-7 Language : C# Platform : Windows OS Version : All Packer / Protector : ConfuserEx Modded Description : Your task is to unpack the file and attach the password and the unpacked file Screenshot : UnpackMe.rar
  23. lucifeey

    UnPackMe 1 // ConfuserEx 1.0.0

    Difficulty : idk Language : .NET Platform : Windows x64 OS Version : All Packer / Protector : ConfuserEx 1.0.0 Description : Give the unpacked file + tutorial how to unpack it. [!] The file should be runnable after unpacking it [!] Screenshot : UnPackMe01.zip
  24. Which Obfucastor is better Appfuscator, ConfuserEx, Engima, .net Reactor, Themida.
  25. Written in .NET, L0rdix has been developed with stealth in mind. The malware is obfuscated using the standard ConfuserEx obfuscator, and some samples have been tweaked with the more sophisticated .NETGuard obfuscator. Not only performs a number of standard scans to detect VM environments but also uses WMI queries and registry keys to search for strings which may indicate sandbox products. https://www.zdnet.com/article/l0rdix-becomes-the-new-swiss-army-knife-of-hacking
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