Protection against software crack

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Protection against software crack

Postby SoftComplete » June 25th, 2005, 2:52 pm

EXECryptor reaches version 2.1.21

Many people are waiting for the next release of your great product, and you are ready to release. You want users to use your program and to pay for it, as all companies do. But you also know, there's many people who doesn't want to buy your product but want to crack it and offer it free to others. So, you are looking for strong and unbeatable protection against these graceless thieves ... We have heard you, and your wait is over.

EXECryptor is a powerful software tool that provide developers with software protection from reverse engineering, analysis, modifications, and cracking. Its main difference from other protection tools is a new and unique metamorphing code transformation technology.

With EXECryptor the protected code block is not just packed or obfuscated like many other packers, but also disassembled into nondeterminate transformations, effectively scrambling the visible logical code structure and making it impossible to reverse. After the code transformation, it remains executable and working as it is supposed to but it cannot be analysed, modified, or circumvented.

It is not just a question about code encryption but also code transformation. You can optionally wrap additional parts of your code, at a source code level, in special flags which then transform into virtually impossible code to trace, crack, or bypass. Protected code blocks are never 'decrypted' during execution they remain in their transformed code state. Code restoration becomes an NP-hard problem.

EXECryptor has the innovative very powerful antidebug, antitrace and import protection features to stop the latest cracking software.

EXECryptor allows to use short registration keys of 12/16 characters long, based on a new generation of our HardKey algorithm, cryptographically strong ultrashort digital signature.

The power of software protection with EXECryptor is proved out in practice: despite numberous cracking attempts and challenges, the EXECryptor's 2.x series has not been cracked since its inception in July of 2004.

In addition to its advanced protection features, EXECryptor allows you to compress the code and resources of your application. EXECryptor is able to protect any 32bit PE executable file (exe, dll, bpl, vxd, wdm).

It has been tested with W95/98/ME/2000/NT/XP/2003. SDKs are available for Delphi, C++Builder, Microsoft Visual C++, LCC, PellesC, Visual Basic, PowerBASIC, IBASIC, PureBasic.

What's new in this version :
- added sdk and example for IBasic
- improved antidebug and antitrace.

For more information please see our webiste: http://www.strongbit.com/
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Postby Johnny_Bit » August 5th, 2005, 7:26 pm

Wasn't EXECryptor hacked recently?

Oh, by the way, please post adversiments in Miscellaneous selection of forum.
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Postby SoftComplete » August 8th, 2005, 8:56 am

EXECryptor was not hacked more than 2 years. Also there’s EXECryptor 2.x official crackme on www.crackmes.de since November 2004 not cracked.
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Postby Johnny_Bit » August 10th, 2005, 6:12 am

Sorry, I wasn't sure.
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Postby Cygnet_Info » September 26th, 2005, 10:40 am

SoftComplete wrote:EXECryptor was not hacked more than 2 years. Also there’s EXECryptor 2.x official crackme on www.crackmes.de since November 2004 not cracked.


Was not cracked for more than 2 years?How come?
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