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Instuctions on removing the one char limit.

1. download lastest version of upx

2. download lastest version of ollydbg

3. run upx -d empathy.exe

4. open empathy.exe in ollydbg

5. press cntl+g and goto 0044c6e6 and change JLE to JMP

6. press cntl+g and goto 0044bbf8 and then right click/binary/fill with NOPs

7. press cntl+g and goto 0044b7ca and then right click/binary/fill with NOPs

8. right click/copy to executeable/all modifacations

9. select copy all

10. right click in new windows and choose "save file"

11. save to empathy2.exe

12. you should now to able to protect/unprotect exe files.

You can also use the above information and take it two or three steps farther and modify the exe file so that you dont need the password to unprotect protected files, I'll leave this up to you to google.

I just signed up, so don't know what the rules are as far as uploading files. I can upload a patcher to do this for you if the rules allow.

wick2o

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nice that's a useful hack for empathy , no more one char yay!!!! :D

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nice that's a useful hack for empathy , no more one char yay!!!! :D

If you download Resource Hacker you can modify the empathylib.dll which contains the image and text used in the dialog that is inserted into the exe files. You can now create your own logos for your protected files.

Wonder what it would take to get a reverse engineering forum on hak5.

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