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Old 08 October 2009, 21:18   #58
Toni Wilen
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Join Date: Aug 2001
Location: Hämeenlinna/Finland
Age: 41
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Originally Posted by Galahad/FLT View Post
I was going to say Robocop 3 encrypted the dongle check code.

What you're forgetting Toni is programmers generally don't think like a cracker would, or they work for a company and just get their wage and don't really care what happens to it.
You are right, not the first time so called "protection" was done by someone who does not care or know even basic cracking methods..

Originally Posted by Supamax View Post
Hi Toni, should I ask you? I'll try... : do you think you could be able to decode the PowerCopy dongle-check routines? Or crack it 100%?
It seems very though. Galahad and StingRay tried it but couldn't get a 100% cracked release.
It has a disk-protection check and a dongle-protection check.
It would be totally different thing. AFAIK this dongle is much more advanced (2xunmarked chips) than stupid "one resistor between +5v and POT-line with check done by some clueless programmer"
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