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papadrellbo

Hello friends,

 

one question with so different answers in the net.

 

I have a target dll which is written in delphi.

How can i decopile it like net for reflector or dnspy?

 

Which programs to you use.

 

If i decompile it in dnspy i see code but can i work with it...?

 

Some for some helpful answers.

 

Thanks a lot.

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krypdon
27 minutes ago, papadrellbo said:

I have a target dll which is written in delphi.

How can i decopile it like net for reflector or dnspy?

I don't think it is possible. You can't get a clear source code from it. I may be wrong but from what i know, It's not possible. However, you can always de-assemble it.

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papadrellbo

which program should i use to analyse only the code inside the dll.

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abhi93696

Dll can be decompiled/debugged using olly... 

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papadrellbo

hello,

should i only load the dll inside?

iam looking out for a mathematical algo for a key.

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soft4u

dede maybe will help...., but you get Assembler code and some rebuild delphi code

or "Interactive Delphi Reconstructor "

 

or you  rip the code onthe right place and rebuild it in Delphi Assembler or C, but this is very hard and nothing for beginners

like this ....http://www104.zippyshare.com/v/pfjSc9z7/file.html

winzip 7.0 stuff for a keygen...R!SC 28th May [email protected]


tutorial....

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abhi93696

Dll can debugged easily under olly! There's a tut by mr exodia in which he showed how to debug stand-alone dll... If i found that tut i will upload it 2morrow... 

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