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  1. As some of you requested, I've added a class to decrypt passwords found in *.rdp files. To work with this class add the DLL to references, include the namespace in you're class "using DataProtection;" and use the two functions provided by DataProtectionWrapper: Encrypt(string) and Decrypt(string) The repository can be found here: hg clone https://bitbucket.org/rokill3r/rdppassworddecrypter DLL can be found here: DataProtection.dll using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using System.Text; using DataProtection; namespace RdpPasswordDecrypter { class Program
  2. This is a simple example using C# and AForge of how you can detect if ImageA is found in ImageB. AForge is a C# framework designed for developers and researchers in the fields of Computer Vision and Artificial Intelligence - image processing, neural networks, genetic algorithms, machine learning, robotics, etc. You can add it to you're project as a NuGet package or from their website AForge.NET :: Computer Vision, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics The code is very straight forward: - you load to images(source and template) - you create a ExhaustiveTemplateMatching from AForge - you store th
  3. This tutorial will explain the basics of generating and verifying of HWID's. First things first, "What the hell is a HWID??" Most of you already know this so I will keep it short. Ever since Windows XP Product Activation came around, when the OS is installed an unique ID is generated for the basic hardware components in the system. This ensures that a software will be bound to those unique ID, so it can't be moved/run on other machines. Of course there are methods to bypass this, but this is not the scope of this tutorial. Also to make it more "secure" we will be using the triple DES algorith
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