(created in July 1997)


Welcome to Fravia's blackboard!
Check the most recent 1998 chronology of the additions and modifications to my site!
Check the older 1997 chronology of the additions and modifications to my site!
Else just read on, I'm going to add sporadically some general considerations and rumblings of mine, anyone can send other comments, of course...

Mid May 1998
Silly thoughts of a tired webmaster
It's a difficult situation: for one contributor worth something there are more than TWENTY that only waste your time, most of them -moreover- as it seems completely "en mauvaise fois". So what? I could probably now close my site, maybe, there are now many others talented ones that would fill the gap: I reckon I have made enough my point: a non-commercial site can not only "survive", but become a reference and a source of knowledge for any other site on the web that deals with this kind of matter (yet the "nonchalance" by those who steal the knowledge on this site in order to sell it to the zombies keeps fascinating me... I believe that the mere existence of people so exclusively concentrated on money matters is one of the marvels of our world... like industrious little ants: instead of living these guinea pigs are furiously concentrated on their limited horizon: their useless GSM-appointments, the dutyful pathetical morning washing of their cars, the next career opportunity behind the shoulders of their collegues... hey... what remains for them later? A sense of fullfillment for having gained a little more money this way? To gain money, if not unimportant, is IMHO relatively easy (if you really don't know how to gain a lot of money just enter -for instance- any political party and conform until you do): the real difficult problem is what you will do with your life... how do you keep 'growing' and 'learning' all the way long... clearly most of the people working in this field have still a lot to understand... yet I'm VERY happy to have had the pleasure and the honor to meet (well, figuratively) people like +ORC, +gthorne, Sharp, Mammon, +ReZiDeNt, Quine, +Alistair, Hutch, +Aesculapius, +RCG and all the many other talented and clever ones that compensate 'ad abundantiam' the zombie majority I'm at times compelled to come to terms with) ~ Nothing cool in this hot may
Mid March 1998
Evolution of this site, evolution of the cracker
Should I push away from 'simple' cracking? It is difficult to judge, because there is a great 'turnover' of visitors, of course, and many people that land on my site are still 'cracker-conditioned', they don't yet grasp the beauty and the interest of reversing code that HAS NOTHING TO DO with protection schemes. On the other hand more and more valid reversers are growing up (one of the best: Quine, has recently decided to 'retire' and pass to more 'constructive' tasks :-( a very solide and powerful approach: they are IMPROVING the targets they reverse... well, I believe that my site had in part a role in this development. I'll try to push even more. Crackers are finally getting down from their trees all over the planet. They are EXPLAINING and TEACHING. They are beginning to use TOOLS! They are approaching from underneath the codebushes, very powerful and very dangerous, with their sharp assembly blades, for the heavy and overbloated Windozed Appllicationosaurus, stupidly chewing its routines on the code planes. Poor brainless creatures, they cannot even run away with their huge and heavy commercial overbloated bodies. In this incredibly silly-frilly aera the new Homo reversicus will have plenty of food! Yumm! Burp! ~ Teacher cool
Mid February 1998
About time on the web
Web time and real time have few things in common: that what seems very important to one seems irrelevant to others, and messages that are very urgent (say on a maillist) get their answers many week afterwards... this depends from the fact, I believe, that our 'community' is NOT real: messages sent by y for x arrives when he is gone for a week, he comes back and answers and y is upset for this delay. Z asks for help and many months later W answers, because he happens to have found Z's original email on dejavue seeking completely different things... funny web where there are still many pages linking to pages of mine that have disappeared in 1995! I find also the 'waves' curious, if you have a look at the chronology, you'll realise that, for instance, dongle cracking seems to have been all the rage towards the end of january... ~ Proustian cool
End January 1998
Working in the 'cave'
Keeping a site like this one remembers me of costantly adjusting and repairing things in a big house. At the moment, as you can see from the chronology, I'm working somewhere in my Javascript section... Take a seat, sip a cocktail and read some essays, if you need me you'll find me there. ~ The new Javascript entrances section has collected a huge amount of interest... man! These things are indeed interesting! ~ I have also revamped my reality cracking after having received the 'cigarretes' essay by +ORC... hope to get this section up and running for this sommer (besides: I love Bilibin's pictures :-) ~ Techno
November 1997 ~ January 1998 lotta things The Blackboard has been interrupted for a month. The new section has been improved and transformed in the (beginning) of a real Acadmey of anonimity, we'll see if we get enough time free to follow it. The Steganography section has collected a huge amount of ineterest ~ Really cool
8 November 1997 Anonymity Academy A new section with an essay by LordCaligo! ~ Quite interesting
7 November 1997 Fravia+ & Snatch New interesting tool: Smartcheck 5.0 ~ pretty important
3 November 1997 Thank denis PC Magazine november 97 (not the Hors serie edition) carries Delphi 2 trial and Intrabuilder ~ Pretty important
29 October 1997 +HCU preparation for the 1998 courses Well, this comes directly from +ORC, so only those that passed the strainer (and the old hands) are requested to do it ~ MOST important for all +HCUkers
Quite important for all friends
28 October 1997 Thank +ReZiDeNt! PcPro (UK magazine) December issue: pcANYWHERE, Norton Utilities, Crashguard, Norton AntiVirus and the full Corel Office 8 (with Paradox) for 3.50 UK pounds in Europe, even less in Britain ~ TOOLS!
pretty important
28 October 1997 +HCU Taxonomy Two new interesting sections: Advanced cracking and Snippets ~ Quite important
28 October 1997 Watcom11 I know that some of you may be interested in the complete (201.008 bytes long) listing of all files contained in my WATCOM 11 CD-ROM: here they are. Watch it: no files here (of course you'll be able to find them on the Web, yet not on my site nor from my copy n.W31155), here have been zipped only the NAMES of all files! ~ not much important
21 October 1997 Java and C++ PCMag Hors-serie n.23 'Programmer Internet' issue "November 1997", a french magazine (only address:, price = 38 french francs) carries free (or easy to reverse :-) betas or trials of
JavaStudio 1.0 (Sun); Java WorkShop 2.0 (Sun); JDK 1.14 (Sun); Visual Cafe (Symantec); Borland C++ Builder (Borland); Borland Intrabuilder (Borland); and other small "development" suites.
12/19 October 1997 Tough protections (letter from +Sync) "I have spent several days looking at a VB3 program called POPIt, and have had very little success. I have talked to Razzia as well as several others on IRC and it seems that this program has not yet been cracked. I was hoping you could possibly post a challenge on the HCU page, looking for information on the scheme this program uses. It claims that it uses the hard drive serial number off of your computer as part of the protection, but I have doubts as to the validity of this". The program is available at Thanks +Sync
And here you have a first anwer by flipper!
~pretty important
19 September 1997 Thanks Rob! Hello, an update on PC plus giving away Borland C 4.5 Octobers issue which is in shops now in UK has repeated Borland C 4.5 disk due to public demand. So another chance to get it for 4 pounds. ~TOOLS!
16 September 1997 general Hey, everyone... please start working on "demo" reverse engineering (yes: graphic 3D demos). We suppose that TREASURES of compact code (and assembly tricks) are to be found there! ~New project!
(Project B)
15 September 1997 solution.htm Solutions to the strainer: the new +crackers! ~ Quite
10 September 1997 general Hey, everyone... please send your FAVOURITE breakpoints for softice (Say bpmb cs:eip rw if 0x30:0x43AA==1) ~New project!
(Part of Project 2)
29 August 1997 pna1.htm The first +HCU 97 Training exercise ~Fairly
27 August 1997 astonish.htm Micro$oft's SERIOUS security holes exposed ~ Quite
13 August 1997 capered pages ATTN: Thomas! Thanks a lot!, may be wir werden uns treffen in Kreuzberg! ~ NOT
09 August 1997 bag' of tips (Rundus) Hexsearch nagscreen and place nop in front of the Nagwindow Title ~ Fairly
06 August 1997 Students' essays ATTN: Marta! Long ago promised lessons about dongles! still missing! ~ Fairly
31 July 1997 bag'of tips (Lanor) Cookies begone with a new DIRECTORY cookies.txt! Just try it and re-enable cookies without any problem any more! ~ Pretty
19 July 1997 Zmud Wer getting nowhere with Zmud, please write if you got something ~ NOT
19 July 1997 Borland Resource Workshop BRW (Borland Resource Workshop) Last version 4.5.!
Buy IMMEDIATELY the UK Review PCPLus (Issue 130, August 1997), Price: 3.99 UK Sterlings
You'll find inside it, THE COMPLETE Borland C++ version 4.5 with BRW!

Well, you'll get a PERFECTLY LEGAL copy of BRW and the whole Borland C compiler (a very good version BTW: 4,52, and the complete Windoze's API reference, and a lot of other goodies (Netscape 4, for instance) for less than 4 pounds... should somebody dare to say that Crackers are the ruin of the software industry you know what to answer :-)

Some info about PcPlus (UK) for those of you outside the European Union:
Future publishing: United Kingdom: O1225-442244

- 01 dec: orc.htm: +ORC's C3 lesson ('Iabrowse revealed')
- 14 dec: orc.htm: +ORC's 9(2) lesson (psp)
- 18 feb: orc.htm: +ORC's 9(3) lesson ('dead listing')
- 20 feb: search7.htm: new search lesson
- 27 feb: student.htm: first three students lessons
- 12 Mar: stalking.htm: The stalking page 
- 13 Mar: slaves.htm: the supermarket enslavement (An article by +ORC)
- 14 Mar: couninte.htm: the counter intelligence page
- 27 Mar: orc.htm: +ORC's lesson 4.1
- 15 Apr: ideale.htm: Crackers against commercial smut Updated!
- 27 Apr: corporate.htm:  how to hyde your activities at work!
- 28 Apr: orc.htm:  new lesson 4.2! (Micro$oft trial protections! Great!)
- 29 Apr: body.htm: enslavement techniques: body language and hypnotic tricks 
- 05 May: tools.htm: NEW and POWERFUL tools  
- 09 May: razzia.htm: Visual Basic *.dll cracking! 
- 10 May: project2.htm: how to crack the 14 days Winice trial protecton 
- 12 May: howto93.htm: +Orc sends a correction to the howto93.htm
- 13 May: javaco1.htm: Get rid of all people using Micro$oft Internet explorer
- 23 May: index.html: Two new tutorials!
- 30 Jun: Page reopens after a whole month freeze
- 08 Jul: orc.htm: link to the old Money demo v. 3.00 used in the strainer!
- 15 Jul: newbies.htm: a word for the confused ones
- 19 Jul: blackbo.htm: introduction of the blackboard
- 01 Aug: fravia.htm: a new reverse engineering lesson! (filemon1.htm and filemon2.htm)
- 17 Aug: project1.htm: new hexeditor project (project1) started
- 21 Aug: orc.htm: a letter from +ORC! +ORC reopens a bilateral channel! 
- 27 Aug: astonish.htm: all Windoze NT users turned into System administrators 
- 02 Sep: filemon5.htm: Vxd vagaries and mysteries (first part) 
- 10 Sep: useful.htm: special tools  
- 16 Sep: solution.htm: new +HCU graduates!  
- 12 Oct: Page reopens after 15 days freeze (and gets 3000 hits per day :-)  
- 13 Oct: academy.htm: academy database partitioned!   
- 27 Oct: rules.htm: please read the "rules" for submitting essays! s
- 28 Oct: snippets.htm: new section: snippets 
- 29 Oct: newuni.htm: +ORC alive and kicking :-) 
- 04 Nov: sear1197.htm: how to search, a new lesson: combing and klebing  
- 08 Nov: noanon.htm#anchoranoaca: Fravia's Anonymity Academy  
- 09 Nov: tekles1.htm: Cracking for dummies 1: "Birth of a cracker"  
- 13 Nov: progcor.htm: The 'shareware programmer' corner 
- 25 Nov: migrating to
- 27 Nov: ideale.htm: new CGI-script reversing page (ideale4.htm) 
- 28 Nov: protecti.htm: New tough protection by +Rcg  
- 29 Nov: wlcmaz.htm: New Database (Cracking The Maze Of Essays At fravia+ Web Site)  
- 05 Dic: netles2.htm: Cracking for dummies 2: "The difficult years"  
- 07 Dic: javascri.htm: Javascript section started  
- 14 Dic: flipvb1.htm: some answer to flipper's "tough" visual basic protection  
- 16 Dic: corporate.htm and noanon.htm revamped
- 22 Dic: stego.htm: basic (and may be advanced) steganography!


27 Apr 1998
some essays
new_archi.htm: The total reset protection scheme, by Archimede, Intermediate ~ new_0101.htm: How to search: The phf exploit, by +Thor Intermediate ~ new_anor.htm: a short essay about usign a new type of protections: design your own cpu, by anormal/kindergarten advanced ~ tools.htm: Bare Hex Opcodes And Mnemonics, a zipped, hlp format file. ~ canterbu1.htm: Masher's Getright: the beast within Intermediate ~ VucoeT's vuctut01.htm: BEGINNERS: CheckPop 1.1 for Windoze95/98/NT4 by Nevis Systems Beginners ~ ne_khab1.htm: Menu disable and active by Register Number Intermediate
23 Apr 1998
Advanced steganography, et alia
(fravia's re-opens after a long holyday freeze) ~ Advanced steganography: Caprine's work: A great dragon known as Steganos Intermediate ~ Buy PC-PLUS May 1998 (UK review) with the complete Borland C++ 4,52 (and BRW!!)... Borland PC Builder, usw... for just 6 Euro :-) Very Important (for all reversers that still don't have a legitimate copy of BRW) ~ netscan3.htm What's new with timelock3.1 ?, by JaZZ Intermediate ~ new_kha.htm Kabhoet's BEGINNERS: NJWin 1.6 Checksum Cracking Beginners
3 Apr 1998
Good old reversing techniques
Microsoft bashing: TWD's twd_ms_.htm BEGINNERS: Visual Sourcesafe Beginners ~ Software protection history!: 123dos.htm: Tomboy's Reinitializing Lotus 1-2-3 DOS, historical versions Intermediate ~ kk_cunei.htm: F__kingcrazy's How to perform some magic reversing with good old BRW Intermediate ~ capedcr.htm: CapedCrusader's A complete, nake protection code: Cracking WinZip32 Intermediate ~ aitor003.htm: +Aitor's Reverse Engineering MATLAB 5 - Part III: Licenses Intermediate ~ entropy1.htm: Entropy's DartPro 32 Cracking, a crippled 'save' with encryption mechanism Intermediate
26 Mar 1998
Advanced steganography, advanced javascript
Advanced steganography: Edi's work: I had to reverse engineer steganos again, on my own Advanced ~ Advanced Javascript: Tom's: A "ponderated" vocabulary approach to advanced javascript Advanced ~ Devious Javascript: Tom's: bozo cracks java Advanced ~ Devious Javascript: MR's: myown511.htm: the DECIDING sentence Intermediate ~ awards.htm: new awards
20 Mar 1998
Steganography, menial work and reversing
Advanced steganography page: Steganography Thumbprinting Advanced ~ help.htm: revamped ~ info.htm: revamped ~ links.htm: Frog's Print winshow added ~ papers.htm: Iceman's WIN32 - Inside Debug API added ~ reality cracking: Pranks as introduction to reality cracking, by Rhiddler ~ Advanced cracking: In memory patching: Three approaches, by Stone Advanced ~ redla1.htm: Red Lantern's Cracking Rightime: Encryption and checksums in a small DOS utility Intermediate
16 Mar 1998
Reality, Papers and BEGINNERS galore
reality cracking: Martine Joly's Rhetoric of advertisement (a "Marlboro Classic" Advertisement analyzed) Expert ~ papers.htm: HCU PAPERS: Iceman work: Tweaking with memory in Window95 ~ rudeboy.htm: Thinking Like a Cracker, a lesson for BEGINNERS ~ panthe.htm: BEGINNERS: Big tent, little circus by The Nameless (Most stupid protection award) ~ siceinst.htm: The Ultimate Beginner - Session 1: SoftICE Install for Beginners, by i_magnus
12 Mar 1998
Protection and Encryption
Bram van Dartel's List of free page providers, free CGI scripts and whatever ~ protecti.htm: Jack of Shadows's A modified +Aesculapius protection Advanced ~ +Indian_Trail's Winrar [95] the other path (Encryption Mechanism) Intermediate ~ Reality cracking: Maxine+'s Consumer trends cracking some tricks ~ bajunny: Undocumented HASP - Part II Advanced
08 Mar 1998
Java and freepages
Devious javascript page how to land in devious the easy way, by Roady & Two Paths To Success by JimBob & FravBecca by Gabtis ~ Omar's List of Free Page Providers ~ Bram van Dartel's List of free page providers, free CGI scripts and whatever ~ Advanced javascript page: javascript password brutecracker by Roady ~ awards.htm: updated ~ dukeess.htm: Inside the VB3 .EXE (tokens and other marvels) Intermediate
04 Mar 1998
Stego, cracking and the good old dos times
Advanced Steganography page: Steganos, The Duke of Earl, and The Dancing Men by Joe Peschel ~ madlas1.htm: Dongle Dejavu, by MaD ~ zee_inst.htm: Zeezee's Decompiling InstallShield scripts and guidelines for decompiler writers ~ madmasu.htm: madmax! Cracking using KERNEL32.DLL Advanced ~ oldiegoo.htm: FootSteps' Oldies but Goodies ~ entra.htm revamped ~ Javascript: an easier entrance to the 'devious' javascript page!
01 Mar 1998
Advanced Javascript, searching and protecting
Advanced Javascript page: Ken's mighty tool for javascript password reversing. Advanced ~ Javascript 'devious' page: Azazel's solution: reaching the protected part Advanced ~ Our protections: Master +Aesculapius' response to Jack of Shadows Useful for protectors! ~ Surreal5's advanced searching: Two snippets Advanced ~ siulinux.htm: SiuL+Hacky's reversing Linux: the chances Advanced
28 Feb 1998
Advanced 'devious' javascript page: Jack of Shadows's "Devious snippets: Collection of different approaches" Advanced ~ Zeezee's InstallShield scripts (1 of 2)... compiler DLL ~ snippets.htm: The_Gimp's MORE DOS4GW STUFF: CD ROM / 3DFX Cracking ~ Our protections: Jack of Shadows's "Reversing +Aesculapius: A complete explanation of a very good assembler protection" Advanced/Expert ~ advanced.htm: The Owl: beta release 3 of the winice dumper Expert
26 Feb 1998
Expert cracking
Our tools: Natzgul's "wisdec" (Installshield decompiler) Expert ~ Our protections: Master +Aesculapius' 100% assembly 'future generation' protection Expert ~ Hs2L's smartc_2.htm: An example of VB Cracking using SmartCheck ~ links.htm Some links updated and added ~ bayu_2.htm: Undocumented HASP - part I, by -bajunny Expert
24 Feb 1998
Searching, the sublime art
How to search: Surreal5's search tips (introduction and first lesson) Advanced ~ How to search: Cassandra's fetcher and Cassandra's stalker Advanced ~ Surreal5's search tips: (second lesson) Advanced ~ Surreal5's search tips: (third lesson) Advanced ~ Advanced Javascript page: Jack of Shadows'Know Thy Language! Advanced
21 Feb 1998
javascript, dongles and reality
Advanced ("devious") javascript page: How to land in devious by Peter Papazov Advanced ~ reality cracking: Fond manager cracking, by Curious George and Maxine+ ~ Jack of Shadows: Dongles are NOT dead! (programmers: use them!) Useful for protectors!
19 Feb 1998
javascript galore!
what_new introduced ~ Advanced Javascript page: Thru the Java Door by WeLuv Advanced ~ +HCU trainers and contests: links.htm: gettysburg cracking: a complete version "scn" file! Intermediate ~ Advanced Javascript page: The 'easy' javascript entrance: A recursive approach, by SPLiCE Advanced ~ Javascript entrance: New advanced page (javdevio.htm: targeted access) Advanced ~ Javascript entrance: new stupid password protection for beginners (j_ridcul.htm) Beginners
17 Feb 1998
soft and real reversing!
hal_oper.htm: Use Opera! (Bye Bye Navigator ?) with an add-on by Lord Lucifer Beginners ~ maddon_1.htm: DONGLES: The weak brothership between hard- and software Intermediate ~ natz_mp2.htm: How to access the memory of a process (i.e. Game Trainer, Process Patcher etc.) Advanced ~ ath_sta1.htm: Statistical cracking: basics: cracking lotteries (reality cracking section)
13 Feb 1998
soft and steg reversing!
BLACK FRIDAY attack: all pages on Sharp's server have been censored, have a look for yourself awful ~ halva_3.htm: SOFTWrapper: wrapping galore Intermediate ~ dong_mad.htm: Unplugging a dongle protection Intermediate ~ mrf_steg.htm: How to reverse engineer Steganos (First step) Intermediate
12 Feb 1998
soft and steg reversing!
jonla_13.htm: BEGINNERS: KeyGenerator for AddItem, by Jon ~ natz51.htm: InstallSHIELD Script Cracking, A tutorial by NaTzGUL Advanced ~ Advanced steganography page: "an answer to Flynn", by Caprine ~ spirit_1.htm: RealPlayer Plus 4.0: the "dummy code check" trick, by sPIRIT and HellRaiser Intermediate
11 Feb 1998
real, soft and steg reversing!
real_geo.htm: An Essay Attempting to Justify the Relationship Between Code Cracking and Reality Cracking ~ xavax1.htm: Cracking the ShareLock Protection System (SHRLK20.DLL), by XaVaX ~ Advanced Javascript page: "a java class used to reach it", by Chris Intermediate
10 February 1998A Journey within Steganos 'light version', by Jean Flynn Intermediate ~ Advanced steganography page modified ~ stego.htm page modified ~ "A Journey within Steganos" 'advanced version', by Jean Flynn Advanced ~ New snippet by Snatch: Numega use your brains (Cracking Installshield serials) Intermediate ~ advanced javascript page: a new essay by Tomba: "A deductive & recursive way into Fravia's java-pages"
08 February 1998fuhrba_3.htm: Dr Fuhrball's Marx Crypto Box, the most Secure device ever made Intermediate ~ drfuh5.htm Dr Fuhrball's treatment on the hardware side of accessing eeproms (with three gifs) Advanced ~ donjo2.htm Fallen's Cracked Metal, runtime dll creation Useful for protectors! ~ project9.htm (Micro$oft bashing) revamped ~ entra.htm revamped ~ formamus.htm revamped
02 February 1998Advanced Javascript page: two C programs: "how to build a password parser (english word-order)", by Syko and "how to reach the javascript advanced page", by EpicLord ~ lordthu1.htm: VXDennis the menace, fun with VRAMDIR v1.07 ~ entra.htm revamped ~ dimit_12.htm: TRAP Ver 1.13: Opcode generators and selfchanging code Useful for protectors! ~ edi1.htm: How to crack HTMLedPro32 2.0d: Destroy them to make them work
29 January 1998fp_dong1.htm: Frog's Print "Dongle Bashing" essay: Dongles bye bye Advanced ~ New search lessons by Robin Hood ~ how to search section Revamped ~ quine_51.htm: A new essay about IDA enhancing! Advanced ~ help.htm and newbyes.htm slightly modified ~ New snippets by Cybercurve and MAD '96 Beginners ~ Reality cracking: a small answer to MrWho, by Bob
27 January 1998Javascript section: new material and dark1.htm another simple javascript site-protection ~ realicra.htm: reality cracking section revamped ~ with a new essay by MrWho and a new Essay by +ORC
25 January 1998index.html (this page) revamped ~ searengi.htm revamped search engines ~ links.htm revamped links ~ sear0198.htm new how to search the web lesson (and reversing competition :-) ~ New revamped Javascript section entrances and help! ~ phony.htm modified ~ pageadvi.htm: the new antispam section ~ snikkel.htm modified
22 January 1998project3.htm ~ "How to undongle" revamped ~ spyder_4.htm: SSI Win32 Dongle Protection Intermediate ~ Mammon's first findings workshop ~ A new snippet by +RMD: How to make a MSGBOX work for YOU ~ and I notice that my new Javascript web protection is more strong that I would have thought... few came through it on the other side! :-)
20 January 1998New formamus.htm for submitting essays... please CHANGE your older models, this one prints better Important! ~ quine_h1: Quine's long awaited terrific "De-HASPING" essay Expert! ~ Marigold is tackling timelock 3!: "tl303inj!PleaseTraceIntoMe_MrCracker" Intermediate ~ New help.htm ~ aitor_45.htm: InstallShield Packages Encryption Intermediate ~ projunpa.htm revamped ~ dph-man's "thoughts on key checking methods that are hard to reverse engineer" Useful for protectors!
18 January 1998entrance to the advanced (revamped) javascript page Advanced ~ Our protections ~ +RCG new protection approach: "how to take Softice on a boat ride" Advanced
17 January 1998Our Tools project started by +RCG Advanced ~ more snippets ~ New additions for the Packers & Unpackers project ~ a new essay about OCX Control Highlights and Licensing schemes (inter alia) Intermediate ~ rcg_cmsp.htm and marigold.htm added ~ Visual Basic project page updated
14 January 1998Our protections ~ +RCG new "vxd" protection approach: "A first introduction to vxd"; "Cryptography and mathematics of chaos"; crypto.exe, vxd.vxd and heavy.exe.
An incredibly interesting new section, seen that Micro$oft's vxd documentation is laughable and that you wont be able to find all too much about on the web! Advanced ~ snickel.htm, altF4j_a.htm, ajtor1.htm and banda7.htm added
8 January 1998hcu98_3.htm ~ Ringing the bell for this year's +HCU courses Restricted ~ hr_ferr1.htm added
5 January 1998whatdika.htm added ~ whoson.htm added ~ noanon.htm modified ~ jongamcr.htm added
4 January 1998help.htm modified ~ formamus.htm: rules for submitting essays modified ~ new essay by Fabian Hansmann (Steganos' Author): Fighting steganography detection ~ stego.htm page modified ~ advanced steganography page modified ~ blackboard re-opened ~ x861.htm modified ~ little_1.htm (Little-John on Winrar) added ~ altf4cjw.htm modified
3 January 1998stego.htm: new password for advanced URL ~ s-tools4 images added ~ advanced steganography page modified

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