|Founded by +ORC in April 1996|
From Reverser's own private
"cracking posters" collection
"We can do it!"
The +HCU project
Our own tools
Well, dear fellow crackers, reversers and protectors, I'm sure you'll enjoy the 1998 'shift': no more 'blind' cracking around. We need good and powerful tools to reverse the hell out of it. We will (probably) begin with a good API interceptor which should of course work as well as an API return values faker... of course, being respectful reversers, the first approach when developing our own tools is to rip all the tricks we need out of the existing ones :-)
Mammon_ has already started this fundamental 'scouting' work. And I'm proud to present now his first findings.
So let's continue to LIST the existing tools, let's study these targets IN THE DEEP and let's analyse their tricks (in fact let's for a start completely reverse them). We will then ameliorate and modify the most interesting code solutions we'll have found in order to produce our own (pretty powerful) tools, as +RCG already shows you in his new essay about COMSPY 98.
There will be TWO main differences between our tools and the existing 'lower' ones:
1) our tools will always be free and will be given out to anybody not only with their source code but also with a complete "history" of their development, that you'll also be able to follow on this site.
2) Our tools will be MUCH more powerful than the existing ones for assembly obvious reasons.
Filemon, Regmon, VdxMon, by Mark Russinowich, see my filemon1.htm (etc) essays MemMonitor95 (see Footsteps' footthun.htm Tekfct (see my tekles1.htm) Comspy 98 (see +RCG's rcg_cmsp.htm) Numega's Softice (see the whole project2.htm) Numega Boundschecker (see Shadows' shadow1.htm) Numega's Smartcheck (see Snatch's snatch1.htm and my anonma2.htm)
|10 July 98||Ozymandias||~||ozyma1.htm||Opera 3.21 crack||ourtools||~||fra_0134|
|10 July 98||SiuL+Hacky||~||siullin2.htm||Ltrace. The Tool (Linux disassembling)||advanced|
|06 Sep 98||SiuL+Hacky||~||siulflex.htm||Linux advanced cracking: flexlm||advanced|
|14 Oct 98||TWD||~||twdaplog.htm||Finding an hidden incredible database inside windows98||proj 9
|30 Oct 98||by Swann||~||swann_mm.htm||A New Toy: reversing the different 'modes' of a target||Ourtools||~||fra_0160|
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