How to crack the dongle?

sivanath122's Avatar, Join Date: Oct 2009
Newbie Member
I want to know how to crack the dongle ? Or how to use the software without the dongle?
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xpi0t0s's Avatar, Join Date: Aug 2004
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Basically you need to look through the program and find out where it queries the dongle, then replace that with code that lets the program continue even when the dongle isn't there.

Often programs implement trivially simple dongle checking, e.g.
Code:
int isDonglePresent()
{
  if ( /* some fancy stuff */ )
    return 1;
  else
    return 0;
}
(one program I worked on some years ago did precisely this) and so in this case you could change the executable so that this function returns 1 whether the dongle is present or not.
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xpi0t0s, i'm not a developper, can you show me with a specific soft like Caneco BT 5.3 ?
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xpi0t0s's Avatar, Join Date: Aug 2004
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Sure, you'll need to provide me with a dongle, which means a licence, plus my time which works out at UKP50 per hour (plus any taxes you have to pay, such as VAT), minimum fee 20 hours (including time for learning the product). I'll do what I can in whatever time you pay me for and give you the results.
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Click SSL's Avatar, Join Date: Mar 2010
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Quote:
Originally Posted by xpi0t0s View Post
Basically you need to look through the program and find out where it queries the dongle, then replace that with code that lets the program continue even when the dongle isn't there.

Often programs implement trivially simple dongle checking, e.g.
Code:
int isDonglePresent()
{
  if ( /* some fancy stuff */ )
    return 1;
  else
    return 0;
}
(one program I worked on some years ago did precisely this) and so in this case you could change the executable so that this function returns 1 whether the dongle is present or not.
Nice explanation to crack dongle. Thanks for sharing this creditable information to us.
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usman079's Avatar, Join Date: Nov 2011
Newbie Member
Quote:
Originally Posted by xpi0t0s View Post
Basically you need to look through the program and find out where it queries the dongle, then replace that with code that lets the program continue even when the dongle isn't there.

Often programs implement trivially simple dongle checking, e.g.
Code:
int isDonglePresent()
{
  if ( /* some fancy stuff */ )
    return 1;
  else
    return 0;
}
(one program I worked on some years ago did precisely this) and so in this case you could change the executable so that this function returns 1 whether the dongle is present or not.
very nice information but please tell me where i can find the dongle. i mean dongle path

hope that u understand.

awaiting your prompt reply.