For those who got winXP:
Please test the subject ;-)
Posted on 2002-08-03 05:00:42 by Andycar
I don't think it is a keygen, but for those who will test it, please don't post the keys here!
Posted on 2002-08-03 05:59:39 by JCP
Andycar, I have not seen those string of bytes since the installation. I hope no one else runs that proggie on my PC and copies down my key. :(
Posted on 2002-08-03 08:30:03 by bitRAKE
hmmm.. this thingy cannot extract win2k cd key ;)
Posted on 2002-08-03 08:35:02 by roticv

hmmm.. this thingy cannot extract win2k cd key ;)

This thingy extracts the key from DigitalProductID DWORD value in registry. This is XP-specific and is intended only to test algo, and also to find your XP key in case if you forgot it.


Sure, no one was asked to post their keys here. And for sure this is not a keygen. It's rather a 'personal key reminder' or smth. like that. If you don't like it, delete it.

If you don't want it to be launched by other ppl, just keep the source .asm only. ;-)

To all:
Sorry if you haven't really found this little tool too useful. If so, just delete it. ;-)
What I REALLY wanted from the board is someone reporting if the their REAL XP key would
not match one displayed by the tool. However, I doubt there will be mismatches. So Thanks everyone tested!
Posted on 2002-08-03 09:25:44 by Andycar
Andycar, anyone else would be hard pressed to find anything on my PC! They would have to bring it with them or send it with the rest of their code. Wonder if M$ checks my key with their 'Updates'? Can the key be deleted? Where did you get the algo? ;)
Posted on 2002-08-03 10:10:57 by bitRAKE
Worked for me. Also is faster than a zip password extractor :)
Posted on 2002-08-03 10:12:16 by goofee
I notice alot of macros; sWin32, iWin32i, etc. What do they do?
Posted on 2002-08-03 12:45:08 by Eóin
They are EliCZ's API macros.
Posted on 2002-08-03 13:51:18 by bitRAKE
ELiCZ?! Isn't that illegal? BAAAAAZIIIIK!!!!!!
Posted on 2002-08-03 15:26:01 by comrade

ELiCZ?! Isn't that illegal? BAAAAAZIIIIK!!!!!!

Posted on 2002-08-03 15:35:54 by stealthFIGHTER
/me giggles at comrade.
Posted on 2002-08-03 16:29:24 by f0dder

ELiCZ?! Isn't that illegal? BAAAAAZIIIIK!!!!!!
How so? This is surely a joke. :grin:
Posted on 2002-08-03 18:48:59 by bitRAKE
bitrake, just referring to the (sometimes) a bit overzealous overreactions of certain moderators.
Posted on 2002-08-03 18:58:37 by f0dder
Wow guys, that reminds me of a 'much ADO about nothing'
If you know what i mean :grin:

BTW There is nothing wrong with ELiCZ (he's kernelmaster) and his macros. I am kind of got used to them.
If you are not , just replace all those 'xWin32' invokations with your usual 'invoke' stuff.

Wonder if M$ checks my key with their 'Updates'

Well, yes they do - if you updating your XP to SP1, exactly ...
Currently the best app for preventing 'undesirable activity' of WinXP I know (
is not capable of preventing XP from sending those 'Dig. Product IDs.' Moreover, I don't think they add this
feature - 'cause it will brake current scheme of XP-is-actived checking when upgrading to SP1.

Can the key be deleted?

I don't think so - 'cause this will break...etc. - see prev. #1.
However many things can be done with the key. It's all was written in news.
I don't think I can tell the details here.
One more time, This is not an 'keygen' for XP keys;
THIS IS a 'viewer' for your exeisting key:

Where did you get the algo?

I had the tool which did the same but it was a binary, written in C and compiled;
So I disassembled it ;-)

Pozhaluista, ne nado tak krichat ;-)
(please, don't cry) ;-)

Thanks everyone, I think the topic is closed now. I'm going vacationing soon.
Best wishes everyone.
Posted on 2002-08-03 19:04:11 by Andycar
Enjoy the vacation :)
Posted on 2002-08-03 19:38:59 by Eóin

Enjoy the vacation :)

Oh, I will, thanks ;-)
BTW, does anyone else visits Yugoslavia?
Serbia (Belgrade)
or Croatia?
I'll be there...
Posted on 2002-08-03 19:51:38 by Andycar
Andycar, thank you for the advise. :)
Posted on 2002-08-03 23:55:26 by bitRAKE