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Agile.net (6.4.0.31)

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MulaB

Difficulty : 8
Language : VB.NET (.NET)
Platform : Windows
OS Version : Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
Packer / Protector : Agile.net ( Full Version with Virtualization )

Description :

if u click on the "try" button the tool will check if the entered text in the textbox is correct. What u need to do is unpack the tool and get the password.

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Secured.rar

Secured.rar

Edited by MulaB (see edit history)

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disterso

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Didn't need to unpack, simply grabbed key from memory. This still should pretty easy to unpack though...

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Techlord

Well, I was working on it too and unpacked it but did nto have time to clean it well enough to my liking.

However, as you can see from my screenshot below, its unpacked and clean enough to give us the solution :

 

Agile_Net_De_Virt.png

 

Best Regards :)

 

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MulaB
14 hours ago, disterso said:

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Didn't need to unpack, simply grabbed key from memory. This still should pretty easy to unpack though...

How did u grab it from memory? Trough megadumper and then that exe?

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XenocodeRCE
1 hour ago, MulaB said:

How did u grab it from memory? Trough megadumper and then that exe?

 

You can dump strings from Process Hacker 2 

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disterso
3 hours ago, MulaB said:

How did u grab it from memory? Trough megadumper and then that exe?

I attached cheat engine to it and viewed the memory and searched for the fail message. then found the key above...

I also have semi unpacked this using jit and SAE

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Progman

I also found the key without unpacking it.  Would be nice to have a better target.  It is interesting that some people who must be very new to this would try to unpack before phishing the obvious answer out of memory.  Of course afterwards for the challenge :D

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