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Crump's Avatar, Join Date: Aug 2009
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Thanks.

Are there any tutorials to making passloads or something on these forums by any chance?
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I don't think ...
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nice post!
BTW, how can we know a program is created from .NET?
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Bravo!
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nice post!
BTW, how can we know a program is created from .NET?
Drag it onto Reflector, it will try to decompile it instantly.
If it fails, the app is not a .NET one
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Drag it onto Reflector, it will try to decompile it instantly.
If it fails, the app is not a .NET one
that sounds not really effective.
Is there another way to identify it without the 'refletor'?
like we differ someone face.
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Another option is to use PEiD ( I mentioned about it in some part II or III of this series. )
It's the *most* effective option.

It works not only for .NET apps, but for all kinds of EXEs, even encrypted, packed ones too.

Download PEiD and use it to examine the exe. If it's a .NET one, PEiD will show "Microsoft Visual C# / Basic .NET". Not only that, it gives loadz of useful info about the exe.
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ow, thx 4 the info,
I haven't continue to the part 3,
lol...
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Hi, I've tried the 'reflector' to crack some exes,
but none success,
maybe they aren't .NET,
can anyone gave one program as example to crack?

I can't find the DLL file of Deblector, what is it named?
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> can anyone gave one program as example to crack?
I gave a link to an example crack-me (by w02057) : http://crackmes.de/users/w02057/crac...02057/download in Part-III.
There are tons more at www.crackmes.de

> I can't find the DLL file of Deblector, what is it named?
DeblectorAddIn.dll