Feb 25

ripdevOn February 11th the guys from Ripdev released a new application called Kali Anti-Piracy. This system helps the developers to protect their applications from being pirated.

As there have been plenty of questions, comments and other feebdack regarding the system, the Ripdev team decided to publish a new article in which they explain some of the techniques and how to use the Kali Anti-Piracy application.
Read the full article here

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One Response to “Ripdev: How Kali Anti-Piracy Works”

  1. Wesley Says:

    Very interesting article, even funny how they cite AND link Hackulous.

    BUT, in times like the available RAM is something around 50 MB (after a reboot, if not just about 20 MB), and so many applications can’t handle themselves and crashes after some heavy loading, introducing these kinds of checks and code moves and relative stuff would REALLY compromise responsiveness.

    And what are the applications affected mainly by piracy? I don’t know for sure, but a good guess is the expensive ones, mainly games, that are directly affected by the lack of memory, thus making the process not so viable after all.

    I may be absolutely wrong, but this gets you thinking, right?

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