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      .NET Application Tools

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      Hello Member's Of GuidedHacking!,

      Today I'm releasing a Junk Code Generator. Some of you might find it useless, others might find it useful. You can use the junk code generated by the application and put it into your program's code. You can use the junk code to confuse people that are trying to crack your program. So here it is:

      Junk Code Generator

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      How The Crypter Works:
      You encrypt the .NET file you want to encrypt. Then it should make a file called AnonymousCrypted.Anonymous.
      When you decrypt it, it will decrypt everything and run in memory.
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      Thanks, would you mind uploading your source? If not that's obviously acceptable. :)

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      is a stupid machine with the ability to do incredibly smart things, while computer programmers are smart people with the ability to do incredibly
      stupid things. They are, in short, a perfect match."
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      Quote Originally Posted by Crypt View Post
      Well, it's a good idea. I would suggest using SmartAssembly - It's amazing.

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      Thanks! I'm currently working on a Crypter! I'll release it soon! [: Do you think a Crypter would be useful?
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      Quote Originally Posted by AlphaAnonymous View Post
      Thanks! I'm currently working on a Crypter! I'll release it soon! [: Do you think a Crypter would be useful?
      Wouldn't that mess up the source?
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      Quote Originally Posted by maymonaise View Post
      Wouldn't that mess up the source?
      No. It would be something like a Obfuscation software, like SmartAssembly.
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      Quote Originally Posted by AlphaAnonymous View Post
      No. It would be something like a Obfuscation software, like SmartAssembly.
      Oh, that sounds kind of cool. I'd go for it, worst that could happen is you get better. :)
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      Quote Originally Posted by Crypt View Post
      Well no matter what, you'll always be able to crack program.
      True, but it would maker it harder to crack. It's just basically another layer of protection.
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      Added Crypter!
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      Quote Originally Posted by AlexSleyore View Post
      think of this, IF you inserted randomized Non-Acting ASM inbetween sections of code that needed to be called for certain functions to work (like between Health = &Player.health, and Health = Health - Damage), then you wouldnt be able to use AOB scans to detect where the data was suppose to be located.
      The crypter is only for .NET applications. And why would you want to encrypt a hack anyways.
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      Quote Originally Posted by AlexSleyore View Post
      If your hack encrypted itself with random Non-Operating code on every run, then a normal One Way encryption Check such as an MD5 or Sha1 would be unable to confirm if it was a virus or a random Dll. The Normal way of "Blacklisting" of bad Dlls that is ALL SO COMMON, would be useless.


      This also renders many Antiviruses and our online Antivirus checkers useless, which is why I will have no part in making it public.
      Are you trying to say my program is a virus? Or...?
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