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Old 08-27-2011, 02:23 PM
Shannou06 Shannou06 is offline
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Default You could make someone happy in a few seconds [newbie question, I'm lost!]


Here is my first post on this seemingly really good forum. I'm here because I'm about to reverse a program which is much more complicated than I thought it would be. The program involves a connexion with a server, and a clock counting the next time to free session (yes, the program is free once a day, for an hour).
However, when I change windows time, the clock changes with it, meaning it's based only on windows. Although I know this clock is not the one directly connected to the program (it's only a "GUI clock"), when I change my windows time to the free hour, the "play" button becomes green, and is cliquable. However, once cliqued, a message "init failed (1)" appears and ends the processus.

Here is my question: because this program represents a lot of ASM code, unlike a crackme, how can I fall on the line which makes the error message appear? I've already looked in referenced text strings, but nothing found.
(Coded in C++, PEiD says nothing...)

Also, please apologize if I posted in the wrong section, but I'm new to RE, so please bear with me!
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