tools.htm , THE tools page at Fravia's!woodmann.com 5) An Hexeditor, we use mostly PSEDIT (DOS, powerful) or Hexworkshop (Windoze), you'll find hexeditors everywhere and you'll crack all sorts of hexeditors reading +HCU's Project 1.
Many crackers find hiew_565.zip a very useful hexeditor.
6) Filemon & Regmon & Vxdmon... shareware (with source code!). You'll find them for download on my own site too, see below. Once you use and understand the utility of filemon you may also want to check my essay about filemon reverse engineering" too!
7) A good wordprocessor (MS-Word 97 won't do for huge files, I use old powerful Wordperfect version 4.2 (DOS) or Ultraedit (Windoze)
8) A brain, see if you manage to find one somewhere
All other tools on this page may be very useful as well at times... download what you fancy and enjoy!
Hey! I almost forgot... actually when you'll have to perform real work "inside the dark codewoods" you could need this Muster as well)
Hey! I almost forgot... actually when you'll have to perform real work "inside the dark codewoods" you better use the BEST TOOL for our calculations: base calculator (ver 1.3) by John Zaitseff (GNU freeware!) as well (zipped: 148.156 bytes)
Hey! I almost forgot... actually when you'll have to perform real work "inside the dark codewoods" you could need this base converter as well (An Hexworkshop add-on: zipped: 58.717 bytes)
Hey! I almost forgot... actually when you'll have to crack windows that have a predefinite width and height you could need this ruler as well (zipped: 24.323 bytes)
Well, actually, even better... when you'll have to crack windows that have a predefinite width and height you could use this winshow utility as well (zipped: 57.958 bytes), the original module has been ameliorated by Frog's Print, porting it to hexvalues inter alia, and you'll find his version inside this zip as well
Hey! I almost forgot... actually when you'll have to find and extract strings in unicode from your targets you could need this peek utility as well (zipped: 24.323 bytes)
Some VERY good tools for stalking (inter alia) on the Basilisk's tools page
Some good tools for hexediting (among other things) on LordSomer's page
Couple of good tools for Windows95 Registry (thoroughly explained) on Michael's page
Tools for Virus programming (which is useful in order to learn Assembly) on Jwool's page
Very good tools on a very good page, at Mammon's
Very good tools on a very good page, at Stone's
Tools and icecreams (quite a lot) on Aesculapius' page
Tools and icecreams (quite a lot) on ACP's main page
One of the best sites that you'll find for tooling around is LordCaligo's main page
spray asm 5.623 the *TOOL* to dump memory... +ORC's recommended
stepdos zip 19.088 intercept the int_21... zipped with the stepdos.asm file!... +ORC's recommended
int13 asm 16.253 for those annoying disk accesses
sniff zip 9.699 I made this tool myself... a brute "sniffer" for "dead" files
memscan zip 9.492 the first "visual" cracker tool... +ORC's recommended
kgb zip 6.137 Horak's masterpiece for intercepting interrupts... zipped with the *.asm file!... +ORC's recommended
map zip 23.959 Clockwork's MAP... complete with Nigel nagscreens... crack it with +ORC's lesson 3.2
psedit zip 67.308 Psedit version 4.4., by Gary Craider... +ORC's recommended
codebar zip41.103The key to the magic world of barcodes (see +ORC's lesson C.1)
joetools zip 90.702Tools & Files you need for Uncle Joe's Crackbook - UNP is also here
Resdump zip11.889Little utility newbyes'll need to crack windows programs (see my Taskman lessons)
Hiew zip40.624 Learn how to use it... substitutes (and how!) DEBUG and SYMDEB*
Old PSP version 2.1430.046Ancient copy of Paint Shop Pro, useful for +ORC's lesson 9.2
ums1.zip125.493 A very old (uncracked) strategic game, see +ORC's lesson 3 in order to crack it yourself
Peek version 11 11.492 String extracting useful utility, gets Unicode strings inside windoze's targets too
hiew_565.zip 345.242 Hexeditor and more
watch.zip19.890Useful snooper utility by Mike Williams (Version 2)
symdeb.zip 40.624 Good old symdeb, what would we do without thee?
strings.zip40.624A Dos string utility that cuts the mustard
winshow.zip57.958fish a window through its width and height (Frog's Print modified version included :-)
cust.zip1.459.190The Customizer! Modify any window parameter! Send your own API calls! Play with grayed buttons! (Very easy Cinderella protection, ideal crack for newbies)
ucfpd114.zip63KA very powerful unpacker (not for beginners though)
isdcc.zip52KA powerful Installshield decompiler, by adq
grep.zip 4.620grep! The dos ported unix command! You learn to use this well (and you understand how these 4000 bytes works) and you'r almost a Perl/unix Fravia buff! :-)
A complete c compiler: turboc version 1 by Borland
turboc.zip (594.717 bytes pkunzip with the -d option)
A complete disassembled disassembler for your jokes and pokes!
dsasmsrc.zip 103 KbSang Cho's [pure C] "code for decoding": a complete disassembler with source code? Yeah!
dsassm02.zip 66 KbSang Cho's win32program disassembler: a complete disassembler with source code? Yeah!
A complete exe to c (old and beta) renderer
exe_2_c.zip 217.923, an old experiment made in Jerusalem :-)
wcb.zip 103.496 Windows Code Back disassembler... +ORC's recommended
Bizatch1 zip 96.674 The first WINDOWS95 virus! (Courtesy of Vlad) With source code!
Bizatch1 zip 96.674 Another copy
ida35b.zip 1.300.000 V 35b Russki GOOD Interactive Disassembler, the one that works with DOS4GW
pooldemo.zip 200.122 Download it and crack it with +ORC's lesson 1
dmpexe12.zip 38.234 This solves the problem of the new exe-packers: interacts with softice
dongspy.zip 27.304 Donglespy: to start studying dongle_cracking in Windows 95 (BTW:it's "pipeta!")
trackmem.zip 30.234 As the name says (+ORC recommended)
gwbasic 60.436 A very old Microsoft basic interpreter (Version 3.2): what for? Who knows ;-)?
filedump.zip 2?514 As the name says (+ORC recommended)
ia.zip 300.453 This is a copy of the IABROWSE.EXE program you should have cracked for the 1996 +HCU (see+ORC's lessons C1, C2 and C3), better than nothing, if you cannot find a complete CD-ROM with this protection scheme (You'll find ia.ini in my orc.htm page).
I was so excited about this very good program that I completely reversed it, see my filemon serie essays!
homepage links +ORC students' essays +HCU database anonymity counter measures
CGI antismut cocktails search_forms AntiMicro$oft mail_Fravia
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