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Old 23 October 2007, 13:18   #21
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any ideas why its $93ABDF11 ?
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Old 23 October 2007, 13:21   #22
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dunno, just a random password generated from some files...
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Old 24 October 2007, 19:42   #23
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@Deleauvive:

Sorry to hear your problems - I've got Amithlon & I can report the BB-2 updater does work with the AmithlonCD...
...I assume your problems are physical rather than software.

If that's the case, the usual suspects:
Damaged CD
CD drive having trouble reading it.

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If nothing else your CD will have a 'hint of minty freshness'.

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Old 25 October 2007, 00:16   #24
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Good, I started to crack it but just 6 figures cleared; 7 should take 3 days and 8 probably months with my lappie...
is that the same on bb2? Just big letters and numbers does help the job.
As laser mentioned, you can use the "known plaintext" method of cracking the password, which is very quick indeed. (I remember doing that on my old 75MHz Pentium 1 PC.)

Several files in the archive are also available in the OS 3.5 Boing Bag archive(s). Using those the password recovery program can quickly determine the key.

Of course a brute force crack is also quite fast, once you know that the password is of the form xxxxxxxx, where each x is a hex digit, i.e. 0-9 or A-F (so there are only a little over 4 billion possibilities).

For the OS 3.9 Boing Bag 2 archive, they changed the password a little so it's of the form xxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxx (again, each x is a hex digit). That will make brute-force cracking a lot harder; over 64 billion billion billion possibilities. But a known plaintext attack is still possible. That doesn't tell you what the password actually is, but gives the "key" and outputs a decrypted zip file.

If anyone has an OS 3.9 CD and wants to determine what the BB2 archive password actually is, contact me. (I won't tell you the password directly -- I don't know it -- but can explain how to find it out.)


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Old 26 October 2007, 11:48   #25
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Hi,

The files that the updater looks at are:
AmigaOS3.9:
AmigaOS3.9:Videos/Angels.avi
AmigaOS3.9:Audio/Circle - Orbital.mp3
AmigaOS3.9:Audio/Beatmaster K - Rumba Lat.mp3

AmigaOS XL:
AmigaOS XL:Multimedia/Angels.avi
AmigaOS XL:Multimedia/Circle_-_Orbital.mp3
AmigaOS XL:Multimedia/Beatmaster_K_-_Rumba_Lat.mp3

Unfortunately my 68000 assembler knowledge is extremely minimal, so reversing the code is taking a while.

-(e)

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Known plaintext attack works, the process I used took 4 minutes to decrypt the file:
1. Get Edit from C: on a HD with BB2 installed
2. Zip with Winzip
3. Perform plaintext attack use ElcomSofts tool

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Old 26 October 2007, 13:10   #26
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post the keys/password!
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Old 26 October 2007, 13:20   #27
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post the keys/password!
Hi,

The keys are:
Key0: 32e9f612
Key1: b969b0a1
key2: ba2684b1

I don't have the password.
-(e)
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Old 26 October 2007, 13:34   #28
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nice!
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Old 29 October 2007, 15:48   #29
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Here it is:

3FB6986B-B0AD6339-4FF3254B

Thanks to k2uphill for the zone pic / ul.
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Old 29 October 2007, 21:05   #30
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Here it is:

3FB6986B-B0AD6339-4FF3254B

Thanks to k2uphill for the zone pic / ul.
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AWESOME!
now we can make a custom 3.9 install CD with the updates included!
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Old 30 October 2007, 14:56   #31
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Hi,

When you have that install CD ready, please let me know!
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Old 30 October 2007, 21:52   #32
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thanks you saved me a lot of time
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I don't plan to install the 2nd update soon, but it feels better now that it's at hand. Many thanx to you !

So they used winzip, and not pkzip or another more consistent tool ? bah...

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winzip, pkzip, winrar/winace in zip mode, they all make the same standard ZIP files...
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I am Slightly off topic here , but what about the compression levels ?
in WinRAR, I can choose one out of 6 levels, from store to best compression.
The plain text method can be used with any of them ?
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Has anybody checked this web site?

Found this web site with Amiga serial numbers. Here is the link.

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Sorry AmigaWorld, link removed as there are serials for software that's still sold listed...
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Floppy disk Just to let you know

Hi,


My system was starting to behave strangely (Windows closing and opening all by themselves), so I thought about this final update (reminds me of Star Trek - The Final Frontier ).
I managed to Boing Bag my AmigaOS system after re-installing the XAD library ( http://aminet.net/package/util/arc/xadmaster000 ). If you still have difficulties, just make sure :
  • The Amiga OS 3.9 CD is inserted
  • You don't use the XAD update included
  • Boing Bag 1 is installed
  • You don't mess with the files inside BB2
  • You don't update the ROM if you run AmigaOS from WinUAE

The author insisted upon that : XAD is not freeware , but it's fully functional.

By the way, some developer is working on an unofficial Boing Bag 3. Nice, isn't it ?
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