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Old 07 May 2018, 10:08   #481
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What's funny is that the protection is known to be very difficult to crack
Alien Breed isn't very difficult to crack even though Mr. Antiaction/Boberg was full of himself regarding the protection.
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Old 07 May 2018, 10:48   #482
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Alien Breed isn't very difficult to crack even though Mr. Antiaction/Boberg was full of himself regarding the protection.
The message about Project X's toughness to crack didnt age well either.
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Old 07 May 2018, 14:29   #483
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I don't remember Project-X being very difficult, but I don't even remember creating a JST install of the classic/non-special edition version, so I may be wrong. AFAIR Project-X used RN copylock, which was not the toughest because crackers were beginning to know how to tackle it.
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Old 07 May 2018, 15:23   #484
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I don't remember Project-X being very difficult, but I don't even remember creating a JST install of the classic/non-special edition version, so I may be wrong. AFAIR Project-X used RN copylock, which was not the toughest because crackers were beginning to know how to tackle it.
Yeah, that was kinda the joke. He went from his protection which he rated highly, bragged about Project X..........and it ended up being Copylock.x

And no it wasn't hard either.
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how good is a protection if you cannot duplicate the disk ?
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Old 07 May 2018, 17:40   #486
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how good is a protection if you cannot duplicate the disk ?
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Another problem is that when I do a really neat disk format, that, say,
gives you 6.5k a track and is well hard to copy, the *$#?**!ing duplicators
can't duplicate it! Kind of defeats the object really!
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