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Hi guys,

short question: I need to find some all in one tools for hash calc / de / encode / Base / strings etc stuff operations.I just remember one tool called "SnD Reverser Tool 1.4" I don't find anymore on this forum and internet (no valid DL links).Tools like that you know.So maybe you could post some tool names / links.Thanks.

PS: I do remember I had it before "SnD Reverser Tool" but seems to be deleted by Windows Defender in the past.Hhm.

greetz

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6 hours ago, Washi said:

Alternatively, you can use CyberChef. It has basically every encryption / encoding / hashing algorithm you can think of,

Yeah this is the Golden Boy of crypto swiss knife programs!

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Hi again and thanks for the tool infos. :) All are working good so far (also that nice offline webpage tool).Only the old SND_RT tool gets deleted by Defender (Ransomeware). :) Anyway, the other tools also having pretty same functions included I can use there.Thank you.

greetz

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Hi,

the older version of the KA tool looks better with skin + setting custom colors which is no more possible in the 2.11 version. :( I really hate that black backgrounds.Almost all new tools using that dark mode and some tools using just that Dark mode which is really insane.Ok, if the cool guys wanna using Dark mode/themes fine but they also should keep the option for the light mode/themes too for not cool guys like me. :)

greetz

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Hi,

thanks for the source upload.I have a question about it and how to compile a new exe file by using the Build.bat file.This I can see inside...

@ECHO OFF
REM Set up
TITLE= Compiling %RELEASENAME% Masm32 - Release Tool
SET RELEASENAME=SND_RT
SET MASMBINPATH=\masm32\Bin
COLOR 1B


IF EXIST RELEASE\%RELEASENAME%.exe DEL RELEASE\%RELEASENAME%.exe
%MASMBINPATH%\ML /c /Cp /coff /Gz /nologo main.asm
%MASMBINPATH%\LINK /NOLOGO /OUT:RELEASE\%RELEASENAME%.exe /RELEASE /SUBSYSTEM:WINDOWS main.obj Rsrc\rsrc.res

DEL *.obj

ECHO.
PAUSE

...and above I can see the MASMBINPATH variable filled with "\masm\bin" path.So if I execute the file then I get a error about path not found.I can set now the direct path into that variable like "D:\somefolder\masm32\bin\" and save it.Now on another run I get next error..

Assembling: main.asm
main.asm(8) : fatal error A1000: cannot open file : \masm32\include\windows.inc
LINK : fatal error LNK1181: cannot open input file 'main.obj'

...So my question in this case now is how I can manage it that the compiler does access the paths in asm files with the SET direct path I put into bat file?How to do that?So I did set the direct path but its not used by reading the asm files.

Or lets say it so.How can I setup windows environment variables with that path?The problem is that my masm32 folder is not stored on C:\ disk itself.I got it on other path and disk.I tried to put those paths into system variables "path" but it didnt worked.So can anyone tell me where to put paths into so that I can use that original Build.bat file?Thanks.

greetz

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Even if you set the paths right, you still won't be able to build it - because the following files are missing:

SND Crypto Scanner\Includes\Engine.inc
SND Crypto Scanner\Sigs\CryptoSigs.inc
SND Crypto Scanner\Sigs\HashSigs.inc
SND Crypto Scanner\Sigs\LibSigs.inc
SND Crypto Scanner\Sigs\MiscSigs.inc
SND Crypto Scanner\Includes\Engine.asm

You could disable the entire crypto scanner feature and then try to build it but to me it's too much effort for too little benefit. (read - I'm lazy :D

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Hi guys,

thanks again for the new infos & input.Also thanks for the new source files with SND_RT.wap file too. :) So I tried again to compile the executable file by using the build.bat file and got again those errors as I told before.I just tried to execute that build.bat file from my C disk where I did unrar the source and from there its not working.Then I tried to load the wap file in WinASM (got one error for that RSRC.rc file line 13 not compatible with WInASM etc !=?) and want to compile it and it did fail because of error A1000 / windows.inc.So that makes me wonder.After that I just did copy the whole source folder into my projects folder / load source / compile and now its working. :) So somehow it seems also depend on the projects path I have set in WInASM.The question now for me is what I have to set into the Build.bat file to compile it from anywhere or how to set the project path into Build.bat file?You know what I mean right.Don't wanna copy sources each time into my project path.

1.) What to enter in Build.bat for project path / or where and what to set in envorinment variable of Windows maybe etc?

2.) How to tell WinASM to output also a compile bat file?Is that possible or have I to make it manually?

So I never used bat files to compile etc.Just using WinASM itself but looks interesting to do that with batch files too.Maybe anyone could explain that to me a little etc.Thank you.

PS: So the compiled file of SND_RT.exe Windows Defender seems to like now!?Somehow must be diffrent of the SND_RT.exe file in the source package from aerogard and the file I do compile myself from the source set of Xyl2k.Both files having diffrernt sizes 398 kb and my compiled file has 430 kb.

SND_RT.exe | 398 kb | aerogard set = Ransomware / Defender said & delete it
SND_RT.exe | 430 kb | Xyl2k set = No problem

Just only a info.I remember that the original file I used before was also deleted by WDefender but somehow must be diffrent if I compile it by myself.Or was the original file just packed with anything (not checked yet) what WD dosent like?

PS2: Thanks for the DNA effect. :)

greetz

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5 hours ago, Xyl2k said:

fixed src using @sama files and added also project file for winASM.
+ aboutbox  spinning dna strand project alone because it's lovely.

SND.Reverser.Tool.1.5b1.SRC.fixed.zip 355.15 kB · 8 downloads Spinning DNA strand.zip 7.23 kB · 8 downloads

thx for uploading the DNA animation :)

btw i've also made a mod for the Starfield effect coded by takerZ , just added some RGB effect and only static text :

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>I just tried to execute that build.bat file from my C disk where I did unrar the source and from there its not working
Is masm32 installed at the root of C drive?

>(got one error for that RSRC.rc file line 13 not compatible with WInASM etc !=?)
Ignore it, the .rc is fine, but it's just not compatible with winasm ide, the wysiwyg editor just don't get it :) and sometime is not clever either, already had cases when he try to fix paths but instead broke them... rhhaaa...

>want to compile it and it did fail because of error A1000 / windows.inc
Check your include paths inside the main.asm of snd_rt and redefind thems if needed, is your code project and winasm install on the same disk as where is set up masm32 ?

>So somehow it seems also depend on the projects path I have set in WInASM
It depend of your include path inside your code yes, and also from where you compile if it's not on the same disk. you can use /LIBPATH linker switch to tell link where all the libs are but it's better to not complicate the things :)
In the case of snd_rt libs are defined in hard "\masm32\include\windows.inc" and not just "include windows.inc"

>2.) How to tell WinASM to output also a compile bat file?Is that possible or have I to make it manually?
There no feature for that in winasm, but you can generate one from qeditor.exe, altoughht... well it's just a .bat file who will call rc.exe, ml.exe and then link with link.exe, you can write that yourself using the same system of hard-path on your compiling-script, (you defind where are \masm32\bin\ and where are your files to assemble).
And weird that your output is arround 430 kb, once compiled it should be arround 398 kb.

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