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1999\03\08@080609 by Amr Ahmed A.

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Hi,

You can download it from

http://www2.arnes.si/~bsinic/

I used it to build my first project .
It's great soft i'm thinking to register it the future.


Is there any egyptions(or ARABS :-] ) subcribed to this piclist ?
if yes please email me at spam_OUTamr77TakeThisOuTspamhotmail.com

if there is SSAVI code for Maxipic decoder (make the picture stable
at leaset ,I know it don't handle the random inversion)


Thanks
Amr Ahmed
EGYPT


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Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.com

1999\03\08@110309 by WF AUTOMACAO

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Amr Ahmed A. wrote:
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Piracy?

1999\03\08@123107 by John A. Craft

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I believe we've gone through this one before, the guys the created Eagle
don't deserve to be screwed any more than any one of us do.

Just say no.

Jc.

At 05:04 AM 3/8/99 PST, you wrote:
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1999\03\08@170620 by Tony Nixon

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Amr Ahmed A. wrote:

> You can download it from
>
> http://www2.arnes.si/~bsinic/

You can do a search to a PicNPoke crack here too, but the cracks been
cracked (for now). Even though it's a pain in the rear end, you only
need to alter a line of code here and there, or even change the name of
an exe file to null the 'crack'. Hopefully you do this enough times, the
cracker goes crackers and moves on to easier stuff.

It's funny, but I found a crack for Protel98 software which costs 1000's
of dollars to buy, so I reported it to Protel and thier response was 'no
big deal'. I thought they would be more concerned.

--
Best regards

Tony

PicNPoke - Multimedia 16F84 Beginners PIC Tools.

http://www.picnpoke.com
Email .....picnpokeKILLspamspam.....cdi.com.au

1999\03\08@172653 by ryan pogge

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protel be concerned about a crack? hehe no way.
they make all their money from people who would buy it
anyway.
in fact Im sure they like having it cracked.... the only
people who will
use the crack are people who would have never bought it in
the first place
like maybe a college student for example... I have cracked
software, I am in college,
there is no way im going to be able to pay 1000 dollars for
software, and even if I had 1000
dollars I wouldn't spend it on software.  However when I
graduate and become
an electrical engineer  and then go to work for a company,
I will actually need (and have the
funds) to buy some schematic software.... now which one
would I choose... The one that
I have been useing for years and am comfortable with... and
now protel sells one more license.

here is another unrelated funny thing, Playstation MOD
chips....
I have a friend that works for Sony, would you believe that
Sony likes MOD chips...
they boosted playstation sales.... Its the playstation
software companies that hate them..



>It's funny, but I found a crack for Protel98 software which
costs 1000's
>of dollars to buy, so I reported it to Protel and thier
response was 'no
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1999\03\10@085516 by Ari W

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Hi Ahmed,

I have downloaded the Eagle.. but when I try to install it, it ask for the
flopy disk that contain the serial number..

Can you point me on handle this problem?

Salam,
-ari-

On Mon, 8 Mar 1999, Amr Ahmed A. wrote:
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1999\03\10@090517 by ryan pogge

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don,t say it on the list!!!!!
say it to him in a PRIVATE E-MAIL.
thanks you


>Hi Ahmed,
>
>I have downloaded the Eagle.. but when I try to install it,
it ask for the
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piclist ?
>> if yes please email me at @spam@amr77KILLspamspamhotmail.com
>>
>> if there is SSAVI code for Maxipic decoder (make the
picture stable
>> at leaset ,I know it don't handle the random inversion)
>>
>

1999\03\10@091535 by Jochen Feldhaar

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Hi to the list,

say it in a PRIVATE Email, that is a joke in itself!!!
The American NSA has 52 listening (and monitoring!!!) stations all around
the world, where they filter ALL Emails passing through the communications
links, and constantly scan for all interesting keywords that are on the
list. (How about the recipient located in an arabic country, for example,
as is Ahmed).

So don't refer to Emails as private.

One more: The encryption algorithms - one german mag called them SECRET,
but downloadable - are well known to all government agencies, so it takes
not very much calculating power to find out what is in a coded message if
the coding program is available in the public domain.

So don't refer to Emails as private.

And don't think that only the NSA was able to think of that scheme...

Greetings (readable)

Jochen DH6FAZ
KILLspamjfKILLspamspamdetektor.de

1999\03\10@091939 by ryan pogge

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been watching too many movies?


>Hi to the list,
>
>say it in a PRIVATE Email, that is a joke in itself!!!
>The American NSA has 52 listening (and monitoring!!!)
stations all around
>the world, where they filter ALL Emails passing through the
communications
>links, and constantly scan for all interesting keywords
that are on the
>list. (How about the recipient located in an arabic
country, for example,
>as is Ahmed).
>
>So don't refer to Emails as private.
>
>One more: The encryption algorithms - one german mag called
them SECRET,
>but downloadable - are well known to all government
agencies, so it takes
>not very much calculating power to find out what is in a
coded message if
>the coding program is available in the public domain.
>
>So don't refer to Emails as private.
>
>And don't think that only the NSA was able to think of that
scheme...
>
>Greetings (readable)
>
>Jochen DH6FAZ
>RemoveMEjfTakeThisOuTspamdetektor.de
>

1999\03\10@094220 by WF AUTOMACAO

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Ari W wrote:
>
> Hi Ahmed,
>
> I have downloaded the Eagle.. but when I try to install it, it ask for the
> flopy disk that contain the serial number..
>
> Can you point me on handle this problem?
>
> Salam,
> -ari-
>

The problem is that this is piracy!

1999\03\10@094223 by WF AUTOMACAO

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ryan pogge wrote:
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he he

1999\03\10@094358 by WF AUTOMACAO

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ryan pogge wrote:
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I don't believe! Maybe looking for VISA and MASTERCARD words!

1999\03\10@101650 by John A. Craft

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You call mulder, I'll get Scully!

Jc.

At 03:13 PM 3/10/99 +0100, you wrote:
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1999\03\10@114906 by Marc

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> One more: The encryption algorithms - one german mag called them SECRET,
> but downloadable - are well known to all government agencies, so it takes
> not very much calculating power to find out what is in a coded message if
> the coding program is available in the public domain.

A good cryptographic algorithm is strong even when its complete source
code is available to the attacker.

1999\03\10@120553 by Pavel Korensky

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At 15:13 10.3.1999 +0100, you wrote:
>The American NSA has 52 listening (and monitoring!!!) stations all around
>the world, where they filter ALL Emails passing through the communications

>One more: The encryption algorithms - one german mag called them SECRET,
>but downloadable - are well known to all government agencies, so it takes
>not very much calculating power to find out what is in a coded message if
>the coding program is available in the public domain.

Jesus,

I do not want to start a long discussion about encryption algorithms
strength, but I am SURE that IDEA, RSA and similar algorithms are secure
enough for anything (maybe except nuclear missiles trading).
Even if NSA/CIA/KGB/MI5/anyother agency has the power to decrypt let's say
PGP encrypted email, I do not suppose that they will publicly demonstrate
it only for purpose of catching someone who is trying to get crack for
program :-)))

Maybe, they will call their black helicopters and black vans with MIBs ..
:-)))

But seriously, I am sure that even if I write plain spam-mail that
(hypotetically) I have cracked versions to all existing PC programs, nobody
will care.

Best regards

PavelK

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1999\03\10@120739 by Andy

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I think what was meant by private e-mail was not to clutter up the list with
crap!! (not that i can talk)
this is the pic list not the hackers list!! try a search engine with key
words serial numbers, hacks, warez ect and im sure you will find somwhere to
chat about this sort of thing.
Cheers,
          Andy


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1999\03\10@121404 by Andy Kunz

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>strength, but I am SURE that IDEA, RSA and similar algorithms are secure
>enough for anything (maybe except nuclear missiles trading).
>Even if NSA/CIA/KGB/MI5/anyother agency has the power to decrypt let's say
>PGP encrypted email, I do not suppose that they will publicly demonstrate

That's why it's PGP - Pretty Good Privacy.  Not Perfectly Guaranteed Privacy.

FWIW, RSA has been cracked.  The "back door key" that the govt is demanding
is FUD, pure and simple.

Andy

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1999\03\10@123237 by ryan pogge

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yes thats what i meant,
I meant that i dint want to lose the list beacause too many
people talk about that crack stuff...
I didnt mean that i was afraid the gov was watching....



>I think what was meant by private e-mail was not to clutter
up the list with
>crap!! (not that i can talk)
>this is the pic list not the hackers list!! try a search
engine with key
>words serial numbers, hacks, warez ect and im sure you will
find somwhere to
>chat about this sort of thing.
>Cheers,
>           Andy
>
>
>>Hi to the list,
>>
>>say it in a PRIVATE Email, that is a joke in itself!!!
>>The American NSA has 52 listening (and monitoring!!!)
stations all around
>>the world, where they filter ALL Emails passing through
the communications
>>links, and constantly scan for all interesting keywords
that are on the
>>list. (How about the recipient located in an arabic
country, for example,
>>as is Ahmed).
>>
>>So don't refer to Emails as private.
>>
>>One more: The encryption algorithms - one german mag
called them SECRET,
>>but downloadable - are well known to all government
agencies, so it takes
>>not very much calculating power to find out what is in a
coded message if
>>the coding program is available in the public domain.
>>
>>So don't refer to Emails as private.
>>
>>And don't think that only the NSA was able to think of
that scheme...
>>
>>Greetings (readable)
>>
>>Jochen DH6FAZ
>>EraseMEjfspamdetektor.de
>>
>

1999\03\10@202608 by Russell McMahon

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Rather OT, but a near foolproof private encoding scheme is available
to any 2 people who wish to communicate by email.
Its a really old and time honoured method and relies only on an
initial guaranteed private communications (whisper in ear?) to set it
up.
It is, of course, the "one time pad" - both agree on a common text
and scramble (usually XOR on a character by character basis) your
message with the common text starting at an agreed point. Reverse
operation at other end (or same operation for xor) retrieves text. A
single almost randomly chosen CD (preferably holding text files)
would provide you with 100's of MB of key files.

Cryptographic flame shields up
       Essentially uncrackable
Cryptographic flame shields still up :-).



Russell McMahon


From: Jochen Feldhaar <RemoveMEjfeldhaaEraseMEspamEraseMEDETEKTOR.DE>
>say it in a PRIVATE Email, that is a joke in itself!!!
>The American NSA has 52 listening (and monitoring!!!) stations all
around
>the world, where they filter ALL Emails passing through the
communications
>links, and constantly scan for all interesting keywords that are on
the
>list. (How about the recipient located in an arabic country, for
example,
>as is Ahmed).
>
>So don't refer to Emails as private.
>
>One more: The encryption algorithms - one german mag called them
SECRET,
>but downloadable - are well known to all government agencies, so it
takes
>not very much calculating power to find out what is in a coded
message if
>the coding program is available in the public domain.

>So don't refer to Emails as private.

1999\03\11@102249 by Glenville T. Sawyer

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Glenville T. Sawyer  -    South Australia
Theatre, Concert Lighting, Special Effects, Props. & more !
Embedded Control systems for Theatrical & other  Applications
http://gsawyer.mtx.net/

And WOW !! - you should have seen the stuff I had to "weather" a few years
ago, when I (mistakenly
and openly) discussed (on the Amateur Packet & tcp/ip network) the D.E.S
version that I had - fully operational (at that time) - it was well BEYOND
the officially Exportable version level.

I deleted all references to it, wiped the disks etc etc.

Trouble was the code had been openly published in a U.S magazine that was
available Globally !

So how does the NSA treat that ?

O.k   I no longer follow these things, but AFAIK 56 and 64 bit had been
"cracked" a fair while ago,
and PGP is not what it COULD be.


Me ?  - no - forget encryption, speak / type in "Assembly Language" - at
least it narrows the field down a
little  <g>

Glenville.

1999\03\11@135311 by ryan pogge

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wasn't D.E.S cracked in under 24 hours???

>Glenville T. Sawyer  -    South Australia
>Theatre, Concert Lighting, Special Effects, Props. & more !
>Embedded Control systems for Theatrical & other
Applications
>http://gsawyer.mtx.net/
>
> And WOW !! - you should have seen the stuff I had to
"weather" a few years
>ago, when I (mistakenly
>and openly) discussed (on the Amateur Packet & tcp/ip
network) the D.E.S
>version that I had - fully operational (at that time) - it
was well BEYOND
>the officially Exportable version level.
>
> I deleted all references to it, wiped the disks etc etc.
>
> Trouble was the code had been openly published in a U.S
magazine that was
>available Globally !
>
>So how does the NSA treat that ?
>
> O.k   I no longer follow these things, but AFAIK 56 and 64
bit had been
>"cracked" a fair while ago,
>and PGP is not what it COULD be.
>
>
> Me ?  - no - forget encryption, speak / type in "Assembly
Language" - at
>least it narrows the field down a
>little  <g>
>
> Glenville.
>

1999\03\11@175707 by Zonn

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On Thu, 11 Mar 1999 13:37:33 -0500, ryan pogge <RemoveMEpoggespam_OUTspamKILLspamSHORE.INTERCOM.NET> wrote:

>wasn't D.E.S cracked in under 24 hours???

Well not exactly, there is a method which lowers the number of bits needed to
check from 56 to 43, but after that it's still brute force.

What they have done is design computers fast enough to crack DES in a day (or
was it an hour?), it was in an article I read in Dr Dobb's Journal.

The challenge the designer gave himself, was to design a machine that could be
built for under $1 million dollars, and he succeeded.

Well a million is chump change for the NSA, and given that, you can pretty
reasonably deduce that the NSA could crack 56 bit DES in under a day.  And since
it was all based on parallel processing, 24 machines, or $24 million, would give
you DES in a hour.

-Zonn

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