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How to unpack write protected files by upx ?

I have a file player.exe which is packed by upx compressor & protected under a password (write protected or whatever "

now whenever i try to unpack it .

i am getting this error " file is write protected "

Please tell me that how can i unpack it .

it is build by Autoit V3 & packed by upx latest version .

Thanks in advance .

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  • Ahsan_Khan Feb 29, 2008

    that file 've not such function .........

    it is write protected by upx compressor under a password .

    i want to crack that .exe file .

    AnyOther solution Please.........

  • Ahsan_Khan Mar 01, 2008

    all the solutions posted here are useless.....

    please any other solution ....

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Posted on Mar 04, 2008

Try this link, I found while surfing, this may give you some insight to help you do what you need.

http://www.reversing.be/article.php?story=20060112203459247

-Hope This Helps

But where the password or program is compressed, it could be fixed to not be unpacked( ie write protected), so the link I placed here may not help you.

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

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Use windows explorer, view file properties and uncheck the write protect box.
Good Luck

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

  • Rory Biggs
    Rory Biggs Feb 29, 2008

    Go to manufacturer, you may need a license.

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