tshafiat November 20,2015 This was a brilliant video series. I like reading code, so I definitely want to check this out. I am very curious as to how Ollydbg unpacks the program so it can be read, let alone modifying the program. It would be interesting to test programs for hardening. One could determine where the security holes are in a program.
jhilldog77at December 04,2015 I have never used OLLYDBG, but a very interesting video to learn about the tool and how easily it was able to bypass the password of a program using a few simple concepts. This looks like a decent way for reverse engineering software applications.
gcorkerat December 10,2015 It was a cool demo to see the program's capability, but it was a bit hard to follow, and I wish it went into a bit more detail. OllyDbg is an interesting program - it's a debugger, but it seems to be primarily used for reverse engineering.
mcoates1at February 20,2016 I've never heard of OLLYDBG but its seems very interesting. My question is how easy is it to crack into a high end program? The ones that he tried to hack into seem simple and not that robust. What if this where cmd.exe and you don't have administrator privileges. Could I bypass the check in that using OLLYDBG?
pdonyinaat March 04,2016 This demonstrates a way to challenge the strength of the copy protection measure using OllyDbg and to identify ways to make your software more secure against unauthorized consumption.