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X-tractor For Protect! Exe/com V5.5. by United Cracking Force (UCF)

1 of 3 files marquis
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  • FILE_ID.DIZ
  • UCF-95.NFO
  • X55.DOC
  • X55.EXE
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──────────────────────────────[ x55 v1.3 DOC]────────────────────────────────


                pROGRAM    : X-tRACTOR for Protect! EXE/COM v5.5

                cOPYRIGHT  : (C) mARQUIS [uNITED cRACKING fORCE]                

                vERSION    : 1.3
                rELEASE    : 04.12.95
                rESTRICTION: public distribution forbidden
                rEQUIRES   : 386+



──────────────────────────────[ iNTENTION ]──────────────────────────────────
I don't have time to write docs, anyway here are a few words:

X55 is written to extract all files protected by Jeremy Lilley's perfect
crypter PROTECT EXE/COM v5.5. Additionally this version can extract the old
files of 5.0/5.1, even the modified ones by SLA or MDS.


───────────────────────────────[ oPTIONS ]───────────────────────────────────
X55 source.[exe] destination[.exe]
    
    e.g. "X55 protct55.exe unprot.exe"  (to deprotect protct55.exe and save
                                         the code in unprot.exe)

The original PROTECT! 5.5 is five times protected by itself. To test X55
just use it five times too, to deprotect J.L.'s version.


──────────────────────[ sOME wORDS aBOUT pROTECT! ]─────────────────────────
J.L.: "As far as Protect! is concerned, it is just about the best, least-
     intrusive, anti-hacking software solution (just read the documentation
     files written by some of the hackers of previous versions of Protect!
     - many admit that Protect! was quite a challenge to break through)."

m:   Don't worry, it is still one of the best protection softwares around.     

J.L.: "Protect! may not be 100% fool-proof, but it has evolved quite
     significantly after some "cat-and-mouse" and it stands before you
     as the best lock to prevent people from breaking in to your programs."

m:   True. I only hate, if even the worstest programmer saying that.

J.L.: "I coded a mutation engine for Protect! to make sure that the security
     envelopes wouldn't be the same every single time a new one is encoded."
     
m:   I coded a demutation engine for X55 to make sure that the security... ;)


───────────────────────────────[ wARNING ]───────────────────────────────────
a. X55 is provided "as-is" without warranty of any kind.
b. Modified Protect! files cannot be deprotected by X55. <g>


──────────────────────────────[ iNTERNALS ]──────────────────────────────────
The extractioncode of version 5.5 was written in about 4-5 hours, but
analysing, debugging (Soft-ICE 2.62) and testing needed 15 extra hours.
Anyway, it was a lot of fun to do it.
The extractionroutine of the old version 5.0 based on a rewritten source
of M.O. Finally I'm waiting for Protect 6.0.


───────────────────────────────[ rEVISION ]──────────────────────────────────
v1.0▀ 28.03.95  First private beta version
v1.1▀ 12.04.95  First version for UCF    
v1.2▀ 01.07.95  New version for friends
v1.3  04.12.95  (Non)public release


───────────────────────────────[ gREETINGS ]─────────────────────────────────
MaRooN           - cauze he always did his best.
Dragnet          - for the good work.
TwinHead         - quiet well job.
tHOF             - still the best israely cracker.
The Wanderer     - for all his help.
Antonio Banderas - he made DESPERADO the 100% best film in 1995.

MaC, Misha, tHE riDDLER, Darkhawk, Kiwi, Eminenz, Boomtown, Dαrk-Mαn, MoD,
Darkside, MaDDoG, Letherman, Shay Lev Ary, LKCC, iDELA and all I forgot...


─────────────────────────────────[ ADDRESS ]─────────────────────────────────
        _mARQUIS (#IRC)        
        1013xx,30xx@compuserve.com