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The Enigma Protector: Protecting Adobe Captivate executable

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The Enigma Protector: Protecting Adobe Captivate executable

Postby Enigma » Fri May 13, 2011 9:50 am

This tutorial is written based on the following versions of softwares (we can't guaranty that this method will work with other versions):
- The Enigma Protector 2.50 x86
- Adobe Capativate 5

Note, due to internal integrity check, Adobe Capativate executables require additional patching after protection. Below I detailed explain how to protect executable and then patch it.

Ok, let's follow below step:
1. Run Enigma Protector and Select executable made by Adobe Capativate in the Input panel, EnigmaTest.exe
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2. Select Output file name in the Output panel, assume it is EnigmaTest_protected.exe
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3. If you need another options to be set in the Enigma Protector - please set it. Then click Protect button
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After protection is done, try to run protected file. It will not start, it is because it requires additional patching against self check
4. Download attached archive adobe_cp_patcher.zip and extract it. Run extracted adobe_cp_patcher.exe
In the appeared interface enter
- The original file, file created by Adobe Capativate, the file that you entered in the Input panel of Enigma Protector
- The protected file, file you chose in Output panel
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5. Click Patch button and wait until patcher completes with the success message.
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Now try to run protected and patched executable, it will be started well!
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Last edited by Majid on Mon Aug 01, 2011 1:03 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Re: The Enigma Protector: Protecting Adobe Captivate executa

Postby annabil23 » Thu Feb 13, 2014 9:39 am

thank you :) :)
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