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Ollydbg 712 scripts 2007-8-9 + All OllyScript plugins August 10, 2007

Posted by reversengineering in Scripts.


what do u thinking ?

its so hot  ……

hurry up :)

dont lose time

712 scripts update 2007-8-9 ( witout dup. )

all ollyscripts i find in the web and my archive :)

 u never seen  before!






best regards


Droids Corporation RR0D “ring 0 debugger” August 10, 2007

Posted by reversengineering in NEWS.
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What’s RR0D ?

RR0D is a ring 0 debugger. It offers the possibility to debug any kind of code (kernel/user/rasta land). Its philosophy is to be OS independent. That’s why RR0D can today be installed on Linux, *BSD, Wind0ws. This has some disadvantages: RR0D is only designed to run on x86 (is this really a disadvantage?). Here is a presentation of Rr0d.

How the hell does this work ?

It works fine. Thanks. Actually, the goal is to keep the code low level enough to *not* use any kernel host code. RR0D is a sort of stand-alone module that installs hooks at each important point to realize such a dream. The only part that is OS dependent is the kernel module interface.

This kernel debugger has its own keybord driver (only PS2 keyboard). Rr0d has its own video drivers: The first one is a VGA driver that manipulates directly the VGA compatible mode of graphic cards (in console mode). Rr0d has a FrameBuffer video driver as well: it is used under X server (or with the Win desktop).

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Microsoft Process Monitor 1.21 August 10, 2007

Posted by reversengineering in MONITORING, TOOLS.
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Process Monitor is an advanced monitoring tool for Windows that shows real-time file system, Registry and process/thread activity. It combines the features of two legacy Sysinternals utilities, Filemon and Regmon, and adds an extensive list of enhancements including rich and non-destructive filtering, comprehensive event properties such session IDs and user names, reliable process information, full thread stacks with integrated symbol support for each operation, simultaneous logging to a file, and much more. Its uniquely powerful features will make Process Monitor a core utility in your system troubleshooting and malware hunting toolkit.

Process Monitor runs on Windows 2000 SP4 with Update Rollup 1, Windows XP SP2, Windows Server 2003 SP1, and Windows Vista as well as x64 versions of Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 SP1 and Windows Vista.

Process Monitor Enhancements over Filemon and Regmon
Process Monitor’s user interface and options are similar to those of Filemon and Regmon, but it was written from the ground up and includes numerous significant enhancements, such as:

• Monitoring of process and thread startup and exit, including exit status codes
• Monitoring of image (DLL and kernel-mode device driver) loads
• More data captured for operation input and output parameters
• Non-destructive filters allow you to set filters without losing data
• Capture of thread stacks for each operation make it possible in many cases to identify the root cause of an operation
• Reliable capture of process details, including image path, command line, user and session ID
• Configurable and moveable columns for any event property
• Filters can be set for any data field, including fields not configured as columns
• Advanced logging architecture scales to tens of millions of captured events and gigabytes of log data
• Process tree tool shows relationship of all processes referenced in a trace
• Native log format preserves all data for loading in a different Process Monitor instance
• Process tooltip for easy viewing of process image information
• Detail tooltip allows convenient access to formatted data that doesn’t fit in the columna
• Cancellable search
• Boot time logging of all operations

The best way to become familiar with Process Monitor’s features is to read through the help file and then visit each of its menu items and options on a live system.




.NET Reactor August 10, 2007

Posted by reversengineering in .NET, TOOLS.
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.NET Reactor is a powerful .NET code protection & license system which assists developers in protecting their .NET software. Developers are able to protect their software in a safe and simple way now. This way developers can focus more on development than on worrying how to protect their intellectual property.

In contrast to obfuscators .NET Reactor completely stops any decompiling by mixing any pure .NET assembly (written in C#, VB.NET, Delphi.NET, J#, MSIL…) with native machine code. In detail, .NET Reactor builds a native wall between potential hackers and your .NET code. The result is a standard Windows based, not MSIL compatible, file. The original .NET code remains intact, well protected by native code and invisible for prying eyes. The original .NET code is not copied on harddisk at any time. There is no tool which is able to decompile .NET Reactor protected assemblies.

Product  .NET Reactor 
Date  23.06.2007 
Type  Demo/NagScreen 
Size   6.5 MB  


ANDpakk2 (apk2) v0.18 August 10, 2007

Posted by reversengineering in PACKER, TOOLS.
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ANDpakk2 is an EXEcutable compression tool allowing you to get better compression ratios of your intros, demos or any other kind of software. This project is a part of research work of the author for internal usage and 64k intro experiments. ANDpakk2 is based on idea of adaptive statistical data compression based on context modeling and prediction by model mixing and prediction by partial matching on neural networks. All the data is getting processed by filters, predicted in different context models (by neural networks) which are getting mixed and predicted by another neural networks again. Prediction is done per bit with four-byte context history and coded by arithmetic coder at the final stage. I’ve got very impressive compression ratios making Zoom3 64k intro compressed down to 45760 bytes after some specific optimizations of the data structures. It also shows much much better compression ratios than any other general purpose EXE/data compressor.



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