Cp200 password hack r05.18

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Bro047
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Cp200 password hack r05.18

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I have searched the forum on hacking the password. I have installed hex workshop and searched for 0012b041 offset......no find it. Closest is 0012b038. So I'm thinking version r05.18 is the problem why the offset is not found in a search. I have searched for line 85 co 75 09 8b ce e8..... no find. Please help!
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SteveC0625
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Re: Cp200 password hack r05.18

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Bro047 wrote:I have searched the forum on hacking the password. I have installed hex workshop and searched for 0012b041 offset......no find it. Closest is 0012b038. So I'm thinking version r05.18 is the problem why the offset is not found in a search. I have searched for line 85 co 75 09 8b ce e8..... no find. Please help!
Try this string for your search: 85 C0 75 09 8B CE E8

(Helpful hint #1: For the current versions of this bypass including the most recent, I don't think we bothered with a specific location. Just search for the string

(Helpful hint#2: there are no o's, there are only zeros in the string!!!!)
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Re: Cp200 password hack r05.18

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SteveC0625 wrote:
Bro047 wrote:I have searched the forum on hacking the password. I have installed hex workshop and searched for 0012b041 offset......no find it. Closest is 0012b038. So I'm thinking version r05.18 is the problem why the offset is not found in a search. I have searched for line 85 co 75 09 8b ce e8..... no find. Please help!
Try this string for your search: 85 C0 75 09 8B CE E8

(Helpful hint #1: For the current versions of this CPSs including the most recent, I don't think we bothered with a specific location. Just search for the string

(Helpful hint#2: there are no o's, there are only zeros in the string!!!!)
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Re: Cp200 password hack r05.18

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I've tried everything. That other string goes nowhere. I've tried every offset in every thread about this password bypass. I must be doing something wrong. Possibly the cp code wrong....I tried cp-437 us Oem, default ansi, default Oem, and Unicode. I've watched about 10 YouTube videos and still zip progress. Any ideas?
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Re: Cp200 password hack r05.18

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Bro047 wrote:I've tried everything. That other string goes nowhere. I've tried every offset in every thread about this password bypass. I must be doing something wrong. Possibly the cp code wrong....I tried cp-437 us Oem, default ansi, default Oem, and Unicode. I've watched about 10 YouTube videos and still zip progress. Any ideas?
You have to use Hex mode in the editor.

Here, download this file, and throw away everything else you have on this mod. Then clear your mind of any preconceptions and whatever you've learned so far about the mod. Follow these instructions EXACTLY as they are written. You can use a different hex editor if you want, but I have had excellent luck with the one in the file.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/2gtfw0tzknw0b ... s.pdf?dl=0
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