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I still get the popup at startup. I've done a search for themida and for oreans. Nada. Any ideas on how to get rid of this. Lots of searching tells me its a virus of some sort. Although there also seem to be legit websites talking about it. hard to tell.

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Click here to download the project files.This article is just for fun, don't take it too serious. Some time ago a friend asked me if i was interested in helping him out with the coding stuff related the analyzing of themida (the commercial successor of xprotector). I agreed. However, i had second thoughts about it. 'Cause, to be sincere, i don't like to waste my time over useless things and themida sure is one of them. For those who still don't know what i'm talking about: themida is a packer, moreover it's a packer who runs partly in kernel-mode. This means: if you try to debug themida with a debugger, it will crash your system. Very unprofessional, i know. And that's mainly the reason i look at themida as a toy for reversers. Lets get this straight, themida will never be used by major companies, nobody would protect a good software with a protector who patches the kernel of windows, patches the SDT, patches the IDT, in certain situations makes you reboot your computer etc etc? This means themida isn't widely used and there's no real interest in unpacking it other than the fun itself. I have no fun doing useless things, but since Littleluk is the reverser, i have just to code some stuff (and using old code snippets i've already coded). And this is what this article is all about, a tool i wrote. It's not a tool to unpack themida. The tool makes work some tools you already have on you computer against themida or any other protector who uses the same tricks. A few warnings:1 - this article is nothing hardcore, don't let you impress by the driver coding stuff, it's ridiculous stuff for a driver writer (and i say that 'cause sometime in the reversing scene it's easy to find people with no knowledge of kernel-mode programming).2 - the things you're going to read in this article will be obsolete in a few years (as the tricks themida uses).3 - i never touched themida, i wrote the tool out of my experience and the results i got from Littleluk.4 - i'm not going to explain what SDT, IDT and other internals relative concepts mean. If you ignore the meaning look on the web. I have no time to explain more than necessary, in fact this is one of the reason i'm releasing this article right now. I just have available a coule of days and then i have to go back to work (real work). 5 - i'm going to explain what i know about themida, or better what you need to know to understand the tool i wrote. I'm not reversing themida, so i don't care about a lot things. 6 - i don't know if there will be another version of the AntiMida, it depends on the information which is given to me by the reverser/s and on how much free time i'll have.7 - it doesn't work if u're using PAE extension (i was too lazy to add some code).8 - The way the tool acts wasn't absolutely necessary, there were other ways.The victim which was used for the tests is nothing else than the themida itself (the demo version i mean). You can download it from the official webpage (current version is The AntiMida is not a planned tool, everytime there was a problem i tried to code the solution for it. At the moment AntiMida lets you:1 - use common user-mode applications to dump themida.2 - use tools like imprec, winhex (to see the proc memory), etc.3 - monitor file and registry access.But one thing at a time. The first step was to dump themida. How? First we had to know what themida does to protect itself against dumping. Actually the first idea to dump themida was to use KeAttachProcess, we dumped ntoskrnl (with wark) and saw that the keattachprocess was patched with a jmp to a themida routine. So, to use keattachprocess it was necessary to pacth the ntoskrnl first (i paste later the code). Here's the routine i wrote with KeAttachProcess:

Themida is far , FAR worse than VMProtectYou have to devirtualize everything with VMProtect , meanwhile you can dump themida / winlicense from memory (Their anti dump is a meme , actually does nothing) and all protection is gone.I think you're either trolling or extremely retarded because you're clearly uninformed.Also just to clarify , I didn't "pick" VMProtect , it's still shit as I stated , just less shit.

Yes , themida is far , FAR worse than VMProtectYou have to devirtualize everything with VMProtect , meanwhile you can dump themida / winlicense from memory (Their anti dump is a meme , actually does nothing) and all protection is gone.I think you're either trolling or extremely retarded because you're clearly uninformed.Also just to clarify , I didn't "pick" VMProtect , it's still shit as I stated , just less shit.

Well we are talking about protection , as OP requested "I would like to protect a small Win32 file and deciding which protection software to use" not virtualization.Seems like my answer was pretty accurate as themida offers 0 protection in real situations / scenarios

1. Don't put words in my mouth. Never claimed virtualization isn't protection.2. OP didn't ask for a native packer , stop assuming because it makes you look extremely uninformed and stupid.3. Themida offers NO PROTECTION , it's literally useless in every situation , it's completely worthless , even the developer admits it.Using themida is begging to have your shit cracked / leaked.It ISN'T protection at all.Anyone that claims themida is adequate protection either works for oreans or has no idea what the fµck they're talking about.Clearly you're the latter.

Currently I'm working on VMProtect a lot in my free time, and what I can say that the VMs have a pretty straightforward pattern when it comes to the handlers. For me the biggest problem was actually the mutation of the assembly, but with compiler optimization techniques you can clean up the code pretty good and continue your analysis on the demutated code (which is one half the devirtualization process). The other half is pretty much identifying how the handlers work, analyzing them and translating them back but even this is dynamically possible with coding and I would think it's less effort than reversing the different themida vms. 041b061a72


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