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AutoCAD (ADT) and bypasser
PostPosted: 10 Jan 2006 07:29 Reply with quote
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Hi,

I downloaded the bypasser-demo and i want to open a .DVB file. When i use the second button to open acad.exe it won't start when i try using version 2004, and it will start version 2006, but ADT closes immediatly when it has loaded.

I managed to push ALT+ F11 once before shutdown and then the bypasser mentioned the VB DLL version and that the backdoor was opened.

I am using NOD32 as a virusscanner.

Any suggestions on how to proceed?

TIA

AutoCAD (ADT) and bypasser
PostPosted: 11 Jan 2006 08:15 Reply with quote
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Hello!

Try to disable antivirus and do the procedure again.

At the bottom of “VBA password” window you can see Log window. This window stores all events which occurred. You can save it to a text file (right-click and select "Save Log File", then select destination). You can also double-click text and it will appear in Notepad - so you can work with it like with common text file (copy, paste, edit, save). Please, try tagain and send this log to us.

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PostPosted: 12 Jan 2006 03:11 Reply with quote
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Hi,

I tried disableing the virus-scanner last-night, but to no succes. It is like the software (autocad) detects that it isn´t started normally and it shut´s down again.

I tried version 14 of autocad, and it work´s (autocad does start using the second button from your program). But i don´t have VBA for autocad 14, so i can´t test your software fully.

I will try to make a log file tonight, But normally the only line in the log-file is: Trying to start <application>. Then it does start autocad, but as soon as autocad is loaded, autocad shut´s itself down without any notice as to why it does....
This happens with version 2004, 2005 and 2006.

I tried Office 2003, and this work´s just fine... i just can´t read a .DVB file with office.

Thanx for any help you can offer.

send files to us
PostPosted: 12 Jan 2006 08:58 Reply with quote
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Hello!

It will be better for us to have VBA password log file.
Also you can send us Autocad file and we'll try to open it, but don't expect it very fast. It can take us several days.

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Succes!
PostPosted: 13 Jan 2006 10:00 Reply with quote
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I installed version 2000 (ADT 3.3) and tried again.. and it works!

i think that the newer versions of autocad are somehow shielded from the type of access your program tried to get.

anyway, i have one less problem to worry about Smile

thank you
PostPosted: 13 Jan 2006 10:35 Reply with quote
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Thank you for the information.

We'll find out this in Autocad and probably make some improvements in our software.

Thank you for using to our software.
Feel free to contact us if you have any problems.

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