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Old 02-26-2012, 12:44 PM
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Default Unknown Pack // Themida + ??

Hey.....

I have a file that i Know have a Winlicense Protection.... for start make a Cracked version I need find more about the protections...

But Every Detector program that I have tryed, don't work all they don't find anyone protection.....

When I Open this file in the ollydbg, I got this 2 mensages:

1-Module 'GameServ' has entry point outside the code (as specified in the PE header). Maybe this file is self-extracting or self-modifying. Please keep it in mind when setting breakpoints!"

2- Quick statistical test of module 'GameServ' reports that its code section is either compressed, encrypted, or contains large amount of embedded data. Results of code analysis can be very unreliable or simply wrong. Do you want to continue analysis?


How I can Find more infos, like the version of Themida and if have some other packer ins this file???

Anyone have a Tutorial that works for this file??

OBS:
PEid -- FAIL
RGB -- FIIL
protectionID -- FAIL



Program Link: http://www.4shared.com/rar/CBRrbAnp/...l?refurl=d1url
File : GameServer.exe



Thanks!!!
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