Cracking CV-X Series Simulation Software 3.4

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Step 1

Find bin\CommonLibrary.dll under installation directory, decompile class  CommonLibrary.Activation.ActivationLogic then extract function EncryptInRC2 and all the consts.

Step 2

Put EncryptInRC2 , other consts and the following code into the same class:

Step 3

Invoke Encrypt with the first argument being serial number displayed on registration window (8-digit HEX disk serial like 1234ABCD), and the second argument being a 6-digit date string no later than today in the format of "yyMMdd" . Return value is the registration code.

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