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DRMSoft Protection Help!!

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Sipher
Hiya,

Did a search around but have not come across any info or tutorial on bypassing a DRMSoft protected file.

It is a Borland Delphi layer and the check for the password is done in memory.

I did bypass the password error message @
00474208 . B8 044E4700 MOV EAX,CCP_SYST.00474E04 ; ASCII "Password error."

... but no go.

Will one of the experts please have a look and make a tutorial or give some hints.

File is an MS Excel file protected with DRMSoft.

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Thanks!!

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Sipher

C'mon Guys.... we have so many experts out here...


 


... and yet no help/pointers still??!!


 


Thankz!!


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Blue Indian

I never tried to reverse this type of protection, lemme check and give me some time. Because no have any type of magic reversing stick.


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Sipher

I never tried to reverse this type of protection, lemme check and give me some time. Because no have any type of magic reversing stick.

 

Thank you. Appreciate.

 

Seems straight forward... but am missing something. I got past the error msg but now getting the Microsoft Office not installed on my system. If you check the "text" in the file... you will see this error.

 

Look forward to a solution. :)

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Nieo

Guys its Excel 2 exe kind of soft , not protection..

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Sipher

Wow Nieo!! Awesome.


 


Tutorial please if possible. Even a text tutorial will do.


 


Appreciate.


 


Thanks. Danke. Merci. Shukriya.


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Nieo

Yup! will do .. ;) 


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sqlvb2012

Nieo please make tutorial for this type protection

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