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GautamGreat

could you please add some details about your modification?

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Thanks for All using this software OllyDbg1.10 Modified By SQL, i have just a modified & Next Release i have all using cracking tools in added olldbg folder just i have collection all tools Best Reverse SQL Collection Size 8 or 9Gb & OllyDbg1.10 Modified By SQL Collecation size 400 to 500mb :angel2:

 

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samoray

Please post what you have, surely someone will find it useful, including me :cool:

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On 1/16/2018 at 2:11 PM, samoray said:

Please post what you have, surely someone will find it useful, including me :cool:

Please Wait dear, busy in office work

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egorus

Still wait your update!

 

   
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Crazy Cracking

Will it works with 64 bit software ?

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Jose Allen

Please give some detail about this. What you modified (Add some picture is good way to describe this)

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Vinnu

not working on 64 bit application

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CybotX

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On 3/16/2018 at 6:59 AM, AGSKY said:

Crazy man? Olly only run 32bit and 86bit..if u want to run 64bit than u need x64dbg

Being a 'Full Member' , you are carrying uret name. Just a small correct, 86-bit processing unit has not been invented yet. We are at 64-bit at this point.year-2018.

 

There is this one who wrote 64-bit debugger. He first named it as x64/x32 . Not sure what that 'x32' even meant . He do not even realized what that  prefix 'x' means . x32 - there is no such cpu architecture ever came into existence. Heard of  Intel 8086, 80186, 80286, 80386 and 80486, but never heard  Intel 8032 .

May be x32 you can use in washing machine

 

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