busterhaxat September 04,2015 I've always had an interest in Ollydbg and IDA and general disassembly for that matter. The video did a good job at showing the basics of what's going on during the simple authentication. I'd like to find another video that explains the assembly language basics such as the jumps, moves, etc so that these simple tutorials are easier to follow.
bmanahan188at September 06,2015 I highly enjoyed following along with the video by loading "PasswordApp.exe" into OllyObg. It was interesting to see the other code and strings present in the executable that seemed to be libraries related to debugging and memory management. This was a simple but still good example of how to not secure a program and I am looking forward to the other videos in this series.
haygaffat September 08,2015 I had never heard of this before. I will be adding this to my resource list for the future. I like how the architecture is open and allows for third party add ons or plug ins. I like you can add it to an already running program and use it on DLL files as well. From the video is does like it is a pretty easy to navigate and you can use it on multiple threads and with APIs.
hanna88at September 19,2015 Pretty cool to see him completely bypass a password problem but wondering what type of programs this would actually work for. Surely it can't be this easy in 'real life'. I liked that he explained how the program was reading the code instead of just showing which changes to make.
Faisal817at November 19,2015 I've never knew that cracking a program is that simple. I really love the way that Ollydbg works and the way he describes the process of typing the wrong password into the application. So he skipped the steps where it should popped out the warning and passed through.