Hi Guys!

When we enter a serial key or license number or registration code while installing an application software, the entered number is checked / varified whether it is correct or not. So, this information, that is the correct key must be residing somewhere in the memory or in a log file against which the enterned one is checked, how can we get to the origina/correct serial if we have not got one?

I have some other related queries also:

How do they create a small application which patches a software's .exe or .dll files so that it won't ask for any registration number or serial key or will become a permanent version if it is a trial one?

Any help, guys?
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Wow! Your question sounds so unlike a request for information on how to reverse-engineer applications to get at their serial numbers!

Chum, if you don't have a valid serial number, you don't have a license. Buy one.
Answered 04/13/2009 by: VBScab
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Yeah, I love it. His first post, never contributed anything, and he asks us how to hack a license...tell you what, "This_Is_Dev", tell me what software you're trying to hack, along with all your contact info, and I'll do my best to help you (just don't be surprised if you get a call from your local DA....ah, I can almost smell the reward money from BSA!!!).

Not only that, he puts it in the off topic, patching forum. Brilliant!!!
Answered 04/22/2009 by: aogilmor
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