ftj258at May 07,2017 I am seeing a lot of videos recently that tutors how to register unregistered programs without paying for it. It makes me think, are people really registering illegally this much. Otherwise why would I see so many videos. People must be very curious and willing to learn/watch this. As afar as the video goes, it was not hard to follow. Interesting to watch. I am just not the biggest fan of his narrating/explaining. It looks like he is learning this as he is going. After trying and almost towards the end he says "you know what I think it will be easier to start over and reset the program" I felt like saying I think YOU should over and learn the process before making a video out of it.
Wangjaat May 10,2017 Useful video aboot reverse engineering software restrictions.
gloayzaat July 28,2017 Presenter moves a little fast but another interesting use of Ollydbg. Hopping around seems similar to navigating processes based on their PPID and their PID.
gwlongat September 25,2017 Feel like there should be a disclaimer about the legality issues surrounding doing things like this. Licenses can cost thousands of dollars for some software, and trying to become a registered user not only has moral but also legal hazards. Interesting video to see how these sorts of things work, I wonder what other programs this technique would work on
mcarpiomat October 30,2017 This video is a great starting point for those interested in seeing how a debugger works. It seems that those working on software cracking would have to be intrigued by reverse engineering as shown by this video. It would be interesting to do something like this as part of the course to gain more hands-on experience about how it works.