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+ORC (Old Red Cracker)
by _ORC
4 Aug 2019
Old Red Cracker (abbreviated +ORC) is the pseudonym for a hacker that wrote the very famous +ORC "how to crack" lessons. Today his identity is still a mystery and many different hypotheses have been made. One rumour is that +ORC was a Professor, expert an Mathematic, cracking against commercialistic trends. Another theory suggests he was simply an exchange student who translated some cracking notes and then posted them on Usenet and around the web. He used an526164@anon.penet.fi as a contact e-mail. The anon.penet.fi domain was an anonymous re-mailer service that shut-down in late 1996. It is unknown which e-mail address was connect...
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+ORC Cracking Lesson C.3: Cracking as an art Instant access revealed
by _ORC
3 Aug 2019
Lesson C.3, Cracking as an art: Instant access revealed -------------------------------------------------------- LESSON C (3) - How to crack Windows, cracking as anArt: Web trends, Instant Access (end) and the proximity trick -------------------------------------------------------- I. [WEB TRENDS] It's really amazing: I began this tutorial in february 1996... the year is not yet finished but many things have already changed, and how! First of all the Web proves to be even more significant that I would ever have thought: it's -de facto- an ANTI-ESTABLISHMENT and ANTI-CONSUME "permanent" tool... more than that: it's a...
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+ORC Cracking Lesson C.2: Cracking as an art Instant access II - strainer to th
by _ORC
3 Aug 2019
Lesson C.2, Cracking as an art: Instant access II - strainer to the +HCU LESSON C (2) - How to crack, Cracking as an art [INSTANT ACCESS] cracking Instant Access (2) - strainer for the +HCU [SEE LESSON C.1 for the first part of this cracking session] Here follow the relevant protection routines for the first (The "Registration") number_code of Instant Access, with my comments: you have to investigate a little the following code. Later, when you'll crack on your own, try to recognize the many routines that fiddle with input BEFORE the relevant (real protection) one. In this case, for instance, a rou...
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+ORC Cracking Lesson C.1: Cracking as an art Barcodes and Instant access I
by _ORC
3 Aug 2019
Lesson C.1, Cracking as an art: Barcodes and Instant access I LESSON C (1) - How to crack, Cracking as an art [BARCODES] [INSTANT ACCESS] [BARCODES] First of all, let me stress the importance of cracking in our everyday life. Cracking it's not just about software, it's about information, about all patterns of life. To crack is to refuse to be controlled and used by others, to crack is to be free. But you must also be yourself free from petty conventions in order to crack properly. You must learn to discerne cracking possibilities all around yourself, and believe me, the development of this ghastly societ...
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+ORC Cracking Lesson B.2: Zen cracking (exercises)
by _ORC
3 Aug 2019
Lesson B.2, Zen cracking (exercises)
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+ORC Cracking Lesson B.1: Zen cracking (basic)
by _ORC
3 Aug 2019
Lesson B.1, Zen cracking (basic)
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+ORC Cracking Lesson A.2: Advanced cracking (Internet-Dos)
by _ORC
3 Aug 2019
Lesson A.2, Advanced cracking (Internet-Dos)
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+ORC Cracking Lesson A.1: Advanced cracking (Internet-Unix)
by _ORC
3 Aug 2019
Lesson A.1, Advanced cracking (Internet-Unix) -------------> INTERNET CRACKING: FIREWALLS With each new company that connects to the "Information Superhighway" new frontiers are created for crackers to explore. Site administrators (Siteads) have implemented various security measures to protect their internal networks. One of these is xinetd, covered later. A more general solution is to construct a guarded gateway, called a [Firewall], that sits between a site's internal network and the wild and woolly Internet where we roam. In fact only one third of all Internet connected machines are already behind fire...
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+ORC Cracking Lesson 9.4: How to Wincrack, Hands on, Nagscreens (dead listing)
by _ORC
3 Aug 2019
Lesson 9.4, How to Wincrack, Hands on, Nagscreens (dead listing) Part II *********** +HCU material FEBRUARY 1997 LECTIO IN FIERI *********** First of all I'll give you a fundamental advice: don't stroll too much inside the dark codewoods without taking a due amount of notes: our paths are narrow, and wind in and out among codetrunks. Everything may seem 'obvious' to you when you are continuously cracking a given target, but after a break, or having cracked something else, you'll notice, as soon as ...
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+ORC Cracking Lesson 9.3: How to Wincrack, Hands on, Nagscreens (dead listing)
by _ORC
3 Aug 2019
Lesson 9.3, How to Wincrack, Hands on, Nagscreens (dead listing) Nagscreens galore (B): The 'Dead listing' approach In this lesson I'll teach you another cracking technique known as "dead listing" approach, in opposition to the "live" cracking (through Softice/Winice) that we have used (and we'll use) most of the time. Since this approach requires a good Hexeditor and a good disassembler (and a good Wordprocessor), it suits us well to begin the 'hands on' part cracking what we need: a good Hexeditor. I'll crack here the nagscreens out of Hexworkshop, Version 2.10 (32 bit version). A good an...
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