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Hacking AFX2.0/AFX2.0+ passwords FROM CALCULATOR


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#1 IainC

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Posted 12 October 2002 - 11:48 AM

I'm not sure if anyone else has discovered this in my absense - but if they have I apologise - it's ignorance not plagerism.

Ok I've discovered how to read out the passwords from an AFX 2.0+ for various programs. All you need do is:

1.Firstly go into the program menu and write down the name (or remember the name) of the program you wish to find the password for.

2.Then go into the menu (not sure if that's necessary) and switch off the calculator.

3.All right now hit F1+ -> + AC at once to get into a special menu (I think it's that but I can't find my calc atm to check it - it's one of the two commonly known menus)

4. all right now you want to go into programs (I think) (again it's not difficult but I'll need to check it up

5. Ok now you'll be in a menu with various fields containing hex numbers, when you hit down the calc moves to a different record, These records corrospond ALPHABETICALLY to the names of the programs, the program names can be read from the first field provided you know how (If I remember correctly A=41 (it might be forty), and remember to count in hex as in 40~49 then 4A~4F then 50~59.

6. the second field (I think it's prefaced by I/N or something like that on mine) is the one in which the password goes. It can be read in the same way (I have a note somewhere of what the numbers and symbols all are but you can easily work it out by creating a test program with a known password and name containing the unknown symbols.


sorry to be so unsure about everything but I can't exactly remember (havn't done it in while and can't find the calc to check it)

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Posted 12 October 2002 - 11:49 AM

Oh yeh and I had written a decryptor program...but I can't find it in my backups, it must be arround somewhere and when I find it I'll post it (perhaps I should say if...)

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Posted 12 October 2002 - 07:55 PM

If you got a cable you should use TOUCHE instead...

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Posted 12 October 2002 - 09:32 PM

It does come in handy if you forget your passwords ;) and it means that you *could* if so inteding look at someone elses passwords....not that I can forsee any reason in which I would want to do it, but perhaps some people might learn interesting things about others by what their passwords are....

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Posted 13 October 2002 - 12:30 AM

Yeah for example the first name of the person they love in secret ! :rolleyes:

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Posted 13 October 2002 - 10:46 AM

soory but we found this hacking way in france 2years before .....
(it's done !)

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Posted 13 October 2002 - 06:34 PM

Superna and IanC: you should change your avatar... they are the same !

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Posted 17 October 2002 - 10:34 PM

...well, i'm more interested in a backup decriptor (i started writting one in Borland's C++ builder 4.0 some months ago, but i hadn't the time to finish it)
(And you have changed this again!!)

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Posted 20 October 2002 - 01:35 AM

For the backup of the AFX I've decrypted a part of it: the part that says the calculator where are each type of data, basic files, variables, list... it's a special area in the backup files of about 100 bytes with a particular name and header (it's not so far of the start of the file) , I had to do this to dynamicly create basic files with my basic libraries. You can find the source code of these on my website.




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