Wanna Crack Software Like Me?

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Lets get this clear, reverse engineering without any work is IMPOSSIBLE! You must invest time and energy into this. You can split applications into 3 sections, .Net/C# and C++ and Borland Delphi. C# programs are often obfuscated, which makes reverse engineering VERY difficult, so you need to deobfuscate it. There are many deobfuscators available, but my favorite ts de4dot, which you can get at 
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Now, before you even do that, identify your obfuscator. This requires 2 programs, 1. PiD, and 2. ExeinfoPE You can get PiD From 
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And ExeinfoPE from 
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. First, use ExeinfoPE, by dragging the app onto it. Then use PiD to get a more detailed analysis. Once you are done with that, get JustDecompile, an awesome, hassle-free decompiler from 
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Now you are set to deobfuscate it, drag the application onto the de4dot executable. Now, get the application-cleaned.exe, and drag it into just decompile, then check it for anything weird, like a bunch of encrypted strings. If its clean, right click on the project and create a legacy project. Done. If it still has encryptes strings, google the obfuscator and find a deobfuscator, or unpacker, and follow the same procedure.

Now, if your project is delphi, or C++, follow the same obfuscator procedure, and try to find the C++ unpacker. Then use a really powerful program called PE Explorer, you can get it from 
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. Then find the option you want to edit, edit it, and recompile it. Done.

Now, this is a REALLY simplified explanation, so dont use it as a 100% accurate tutorial
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Really wanted to learn this
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Sounds intimidating, but I'm willing to try. Thank you. I haven't looked on CK, but if I keep running into issues, I may ask for some more tutorials.
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