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10:10 PM 01/20/2019
Another x86_64 linux crackme, written in C and (a huge amount of) assembler. While it does not have any anti-debugging features, it is a ridiculously complex pile of self-modifying code, taking the ideas of my previous crackme (hell86) to another level of difficulty and hopefully adding something unique and interesting on top of it. The program prompts for an input and then tells you if it's correct or wrong. It does not take input from the command line. Like before, patching the binary is not a valid solution. Good luck! I hope you'll find this one just as interesting as my previous crackme. SHA256: 57aa4a74af67ad9a6f33ae92f26deff3877ae648b4688c87df20c9ce53d2a723 jittery