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Discussion in 'Reverser Knowledge Base' started by arcano, Mar 10, 2019.
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Great tutorial, good quality.. only suggestion would be to set the debugger to english before recording since this would make things a lot more readable to many
you're right Challenger, shortly before making the video, I put the language in English, in my operating system, but I forgot to change it even in the debug
If the tutorial reaches 50 likes, the next one will be "Cracking oriented assembly", ie the essential assember to crakking a program:
the key instructions,
addressing and pointers
All very intuitive and explained by who the matter knows her perfectly ...
I leant a lot from watching this, cant wait to see more from you
ehehe thank you very much, actually the limit set to do the other 50 like tutorial is just an excuse to take time, since I have to divide between work and family, but I promise you that if I have a few hours of tranquility I do the following, that more than the method enters on the asm and some tricks to not ruin the executable. I'm thinking not of a definitive tutorial, but of a modifiable support, therefore updatable, a sort of living reference for cracking, probably the next tutorial will be a powerpoint file, where you can read and go on with your time, plus support visual and images, are suitable for setting a concept beyond words, in addition the file will have a version number, obviously any external contribution could be welcome, so as not to load the burden of updating on a single person. .. I don't know it's an idea I'm developing ...
I totally UNDERSTAND, I have a large family myself and my spare time might mean waking up at 4am
At the moment I'm just learning about how registers works and how data pointers and information are manipulated
So learning is like wearing floaties in the pool, when what I really want to be doing is swimming with the big boys haha
Your tutorial was great because I was able to follow it and understand what was going on, so congratulations on getting the message across, and hope you get time to enjoy teaching again soon
@arcano, I love your tutorial, please continue with next one, thanks.
you are very kind,
I can advise you a breviary that I am drawing up here
I'd like to click like button more then once for such a straight-forward tutorial, but I can't As a newbie I can say it's really hard to find tuts as clear as this one, but on the other hand on this board I've met great reversers like JonArbuckle who never hesitate to give away their time and effort just to help, so I'm lucky. Thank you for the tut.
Fantastic tutorial. Simple, clean, and to the point. Look forward to seeing more. Thank you!
I ,too, am looking forward to the second tutorial. Thank God more people saw this I was stalking this thread to see if the like #s went up. Glad @arcano is doing it either way
Easy, the 50 likes roof was an excuse for me to have a little more time ... the tutorial I will do it independently of like ...
Great tutorial! Same procedure with x64dbg can be applied to crack a .NET application too?
Good question. No! with .NET applications, you can crack them, decompiling the application with programs like Reflector, because a compiled in .NET relies on the Microsoft framework, while the other applications rely directly on the Windows API.
Do you plan to make a tutorial for that too? It would be very interesting
thanks so much for it it is so amazing and Knowledgeable
yes, I know that the next tutorial will do it on a crack in an application .NET