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Wasn't that hard.

1. Dump the assembly.

  • Open it in x64dbg
  • Break on the entrypoint of clr.dll
  • Dump with MegaDumper

2. Deobfuscate it.

  • For this I wrote a program that I attached below
  • It will deobfuscate the assembly and we can run it/debug it as we please

3. Writing a keygen.

  • While I was reversing, I found a formula that makes this really easy:
    • :(1),#{num1}:(2),#{num2}:(3),#{num3}:(4),#{num4}:(5),#{num5}:(6),#{num6}:(7),#{num7}
  • You just generate a random string that when you add up the characters of it, you receive 662 as the sum.
  • Encrypt it using the Aes thing, just copy paste from dnSpy
  • Write it to a file

4. Done

 

UI.: The large filesize of the keygen is due to the music...:) enjoy ;)

Keygen.exe

 

TheCrippledModderDecryptor.exe

xSilent

xSilent

Wasn't that hard.

1. Dump the assembly.

  • Open it in x64dbg
  • Break on the entrypoint of clr.dll
  • Dump with MegaDumper

2. Deobfuscate it.

  • For this I wrote a program that I attached below
  • It will deobfuscate the assembly and we can run it/debug it as we please

3. Writing a keygen.

  • While I was reversing, I found a formula that makes this really easy:
    • :(1),#{num1}:(2),#{num2}:(3),#{num3}:(4),#{num4}:(5),#{num5}:(6),#{num6}:(7),#{num7}
  • You just generate a random string that when you add up the characters of it, you receive 662 as the sum.
  • Encrypt it using the Aes thing, just copy paste from dnSpy
  • Write it to a file

4. Done

 

UI.: The large filesize of the keygen is due to the music...:) enjoy ;)

Keygen.exe

TheCrippledModderDecryptor.exe

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