View Full Version : Protector's Must Read

06-17-2002, 04:59 PM
I've been studying this site for about a month and it is a
for anyone who wishes to develop protection schemes for their applications.


06-17-2002, 06:16 PM
He also has many good tools for doing the opposite:D THankS!

06-17-2002, 09:26 PM
If you can't crack it yourself, then there is no possibility
of you protecting.

06-17-2002, 09:55 PM
The possabilities for abuse of that site are making me nervous.

Friendly Preventative Warning: Make sure this thread stays on the up and up and only discussing preventative measures. So far its fine but if it degenerates into a cracking discussion its got to go away to lala land.

Thanks in advance.

06-17-2002, 10:22 PM
lol if someone want's to crack it, and they know what they're doing, there is no stopping them.
You can make it very difficult and time consuming.

I've been studying the subject and have become quite the little novice.
So far I've cracked 10 of the 30 some odd programs I have paid for.

In doing so I've did the same with my own software and be able to greatly improve the protection schemes.
But you must face the facts that pirated software can take a toll on the profit to be made in programming.

If your going to beat them at their own game you must learn to play.

06-17-2002, 10:58 PM
Oh I completly agree. I've just seen one too many wannabes who are only interested in immoral cracking activities. They want free software, think they can program because they write vb scripts, and they think DOS attacks are cool. I try to keep any information of any use out of those type of peoples hands. I'm not sure it does any good but you've got to do what you can.

More power to the good folk who just want to protect themselves or have other legitimate interests.

06-18-2002, 09:51 AM
"they think DOS attacks are cool"

Thinking your smart cause you can do a DOS attack is like thinking your a master criminal cause you can throw rocks at a building.