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[unpackMe] UnpackMe

 

Can you unpack this?

 

 

Should be harder then previous version!

 

 

 

Edited by CodeCracker
Removed attachement: sorry!
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"The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it."


 


I'm guessing Alcatraz did it manually, without creating a special tool. Is that correct? ;)


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"The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it."

 

I'm guessing Alcatraz did it manually, without creating a special tool. Is that correct? ;)

i made a small tool to get the strings and the resource, and then i replaced them manually

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XenocodeRCE

I would like to see how efficient it would be on a "normal project" app, since you use appdomain to load every strings


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you outline integers, did i missed any other changes?

 

now strings of the output file are encrypted

 

added resource protection

 

changed LZMA algorithm to prevent 7zip and any other decompressor :P

 

now strings are set in appdata with encryption

 

also added an antidumper to the embed net module 

 

 

Edit: also if you change the name it won't run, i think that's useless

 

let me know if you did any other change!

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changed LZMA algorithm to prevent 7zip and any other decompressor :P

Here you are wrong! Just added encryption!

 

You are only missed one:

- Now ints of the output file are encrypted!

 

added resource protection

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also added an antidumper to the embed net module

These are not new, also present on the old version!

 

also if you change the name it won't run, i think that's useless

It was my attempt to stop the execution if the assembly is loaded by a process like debugger etc.

But it has failed.

Looking for a better way!

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