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Modded ConfuserEX + DNGUARD Trial

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Nebula

Difficulty : 10
Language : c#
Platform : Windows
OS Version :  All Windows
Packer / Protector : Modded ConfuserEX(Bed's Protector V4.5) + DNGUARD Trial(V3.80)

Description :

Make the application open & decrypt the string to display the correct messagebox.

Rate this protection method 1-10 please, as I may use it as my personal protection or give me suggestions for a good obfusactor, thanks.

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CrackMe Bed's Protector + DNGUARD.rar

Edited by Nebula (see edit history)

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man of the war

Easy

Hb83#^)hsnfHD98bgohdjU($*HFBibjfi384uhBHJ(HFU98r_DB%bndl

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Nebula
4 hours ago, man of the war said:

Easy

Hb83#^)hsnfHD98bgohdjU($*HFBibjfi384uhBHJ(HFU98r_DB%bndl

Where is the unpacked file?

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cawk

Codecrackers tool for dnguard 

then public tools for confuserex...

 

 

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Nebula
53 minutes ago, cawk said:

Codecrackers tool for dnguard 

then public tools for confuserex...

 

 

Even if I use enterprise DNGuard HVM will codecrackers tool still work?

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whoknows

CodeCracker DNGuard - tested with

-v3.60 HVM
-v3.80 Trial

 

 is working^

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CodeExplorer
13 hours ago, Nebula said:

Even if I use enterprise DNGuard HVM will codecrackers tool still work?

If is the trial version will work. If is the enterprise (registered version) will NOT work.
The problem with the enterprise version is the local variables, all have int type while I resolve them,
and variable count seems to have right value!
 

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Nebula
15 hours ago, CodeCracker said:

If is the trial version will work. If is the enterprise (registered version) will NOT work.
The problem with the enterprise version is the local variables, all have int type while I resolve them,
and variable count seems to have right value!
 

Oh okay thank you, do you suggest using DNGuard enterprise or do you know a better protector? Price isn't really a concern.

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