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Difficulty : 8/10
Language : C#
Platform : Windows
OS Version : All (Requires .net 4.0)
Packer / Protector : Crypto

Description:

Unpack the file, clean the code and keep the application working.

and make a Short Tut for it.

ScreenShot:

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Download Links https://hostr.co/4PgLTKiSB2Ms

AntiCrash.rar

Edited by Teddy Rogers
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Teddy Rogers

You will need to attach the file to the topic and format the text as per the examples shown, before this will be approved...

Ted.

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6 hours ago, Teddy Rogers said:

You will need to attach the file to the topic and format the text as per the examples shown, before this will be approved...

Ted.

How to Edit lol i cant see the "edit" here

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Teddy Rogers

Your edit time expired, I have done the work for you. Please follow the guidelines in future, thank you...

Ted.

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Unpack? This isn't really obfuscated at all outside of method names. The flow of the program is still all there and easily readable. The file loads, decrypts a resource which contains some basic strings. The main string showing config.txt being a file (which is missing in your rar) trying to be read. The file format is:

array[0] = ?
array[1] = ?
array[2] = IP (local listen)
array[3] = Port (local listen)
array[4] = IP (remote connect)
array[5] = Port (remote connect)
array[6] = ?

Each of these on their own line. This looks like beginning stages of a shitty RAT program. Given that you claim this a 'crypto' I'm going to assume you are from HackForums and want people to test how 'leet' and 'secure' your crappy crypto for a rat is. Garbage like this should not be posted on this site.

Edit - here is the resource decrypted in a readable format since it was 'packed' via a binary writer:

jPowVEC.png

Edited by atom0s
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Unpack? This isn't really obfuscated at all outside of method names. The flow of the program is still all there and easily readable. The file loads, decrypts a resource which contains some basic strings. The main string showing config.txt being a file (which is missing in your rar) trying to be read. The file format is:

array[0] = ?
array[1] = ?
array[2] = IP (local listen)
array[3] = Port (local listen)
array[4] = IP (remote connect)
array[5] = Port (remote connect)
array[6] = ?

Each of these on their own line. This looks like beginning stages of a shitty RAT program. Given that you claim this a 'crypto' I'm going to assume you are from HackForums and want people to test how 'leet' and 'secure' your crappy crypto for a rat is. Garbage like this should not be posted on this site.

Edit - here is the resource decrypted in a readable format since it was 'packed' via a binary writer:

jPowVEC.png

Its not a Rat man lol its a gateway to avoid crashing my server :D but thank you for answer :D

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MindSystem
 

Unpack? This isn't really obfuscated at all outside of method names. The flow of the program is still all there and easily readable. The file loads, decrypts a resource which contains some basic strings. The main string showing config.txt being a file (which is missing in your rar) trying to be read. The file format is:

array[0] = ?
array[1] = ?
array[2] = IP (local listen)
array[3] = Port (local listen)
array[4] = IP (remote connect)
array[5] = Port (remote connect)
array[6] = ?

Each of these on their own line. This looks like beginning stages of a shitty RAT program. Given that you claim this a 'crypto' I'm going to assume you are from HackForums and want people to test how 'leet' and 'secure' your crappy crypto for a rat is. Garbage like this should not be posted on this site.

Edit - here is the resource decrypted in a readable format since it was 'packed' via a binary writer:

jPowVEC.png

The protection used for this tool is DotRefiner made by Aveloy 

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From what I see it's a shitty RAT program, and I guess atoms is right, or if we are both wrong ( o.O ) then show some documentation.

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