Help me to recognize this protection name

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#1

I need Help.

Can Anyone recognize what kind of CD Protection used
, with see this analyst result from CloneCD.

thank’s
Jigu2x

Device Capabilities:
Note: This information is provided by the unit, it might be inaccurate. CloneCD does not use this information!
Manufacturer: HL-DT-ST
Product: CD-RW GCE-8526B
Revision: 1.04
Can read CD-R Discs: Yes
Can read CD-RW Discs: Yes
Can read DVD Discs: No
Can read MultiSession Discs: Yes
Can read Digital Audio Discs: Yes
Digital Audio Data is accurate: Yes
Can write CD-R Discs: Yes
Can write CD-RW Discs: Yes
Compatible with CloneCD RAW-DAO: Yes
Compatible with CloneCD RAW-DAO Write Simulation: Yes
Supports writing of CD+G RAW-DAO: Yes
Compatible with CloneCD RAW-SAO: Yes
Compatible with CloneCD RAW-SAO Write Simulation: Yes
Supports Buffer Underrun Protection: Yes

Info on inserted Disc:
Number of sessions: 1
CD contains CD-Text: No
Size used on Disc: 527984 kBytes
Sectors: 229871
Time: 51:04:71 (Min:Sec:Fra)

Info on Session 1:
Size used in Session: 527984 kBytes
Number of Tracks: 96
Pregap: Data Mode 1, Size: 460463 kBytes
Track 1: Data Mode 1, Size: 955 kBytes
Track 2: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 3: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 4: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 5: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 6: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 7: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 8: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 9: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 10: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 11: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 12: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 13: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 14: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 15: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 16: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 17: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 18: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 19: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 20: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 21: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 22: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 23: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 24: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 25: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 26: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 27: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 28: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 29: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 30: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 31: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 32: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 33: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 34: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 35: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 36: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 37: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 38: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 39: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 40: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 41: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 42: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 43: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 44: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 45: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 46: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 47: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 48: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 49: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 50: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 51: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 52: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 53: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 54: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 55: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 56: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 57: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 58: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 59: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 60: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 61: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 62: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 63: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 64: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 65: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 66: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 67: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 68: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 69: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 70: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 71: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 72: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 73: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 74: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 75: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 76: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 77: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 78: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 79: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 80: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 81: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 82: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 83: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 84: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 85: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 86: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 87: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 88: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 89: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 90: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 91: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 92: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 93: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 94: Audio, Size: 689 kBytes
Track 95: Audio, Size: 1782 kBytes
Track 96: Data Mode 1, Size: 700 kBytes


#2

What’s the name of the game?
Can you scan the CD('s) with A-Ray scanner and tell us what it says?

Find A-Ray here


#3

already try with : A-Ray Scanner, Copy Discovery and CloneXXX
they give me result : No Protection.

any ide ?
thank’s


#4

so, no protection? :wink: :stuck_out_tongue:
have you tried copying it? what’s the title (name) of the disc you wanna copy???


#5

Is this a (mainly) audio CD?


#6

i try scan with CD Protection Scout, and give me “No Protection” result …
the mainly is data CD ( i think)
this is local game, maybe is local protection program too…

this is result from CD Protection Scout :
Medium Information :
Name : KAMBOO…
Size : 461 MB
Serial Number : 19332135
Type : Data CD (CDFS)
Files : 124

Search Result :
Protection : NONE or Unknow
Oversize : NO
Track Length : Invalid
TOC : Invalid
Dummy Files : NO
Data Errors : YES
Sector Errors : YES

any ide ??
thank’s


#7

anyone can help me ???


#8

Did you try making a copy with CLoneCD, Alcohol120% or BLindwrite on a CD-RW?

I guess this CD has no protection and can normally be copied.


#9

Nah, it’s defineatley protected. With what, i’m not sure. Possible a home made protection?

Send the .exe to rico@aray-software.com and see what he can find with it.


#10

which one ??

setup file or main program (installed program) ??..

or

Image CD ???

thank’s


#11

just the exe you use to start the game/application up

“Main program”

cheers


#12

That’s an illegel TOC, you only need 1 data track NOT 95 audio tracks and a 96th data. It looks like someone used a freeware cd protection app., I know one of them added 99 fake audio tracks but can’t recall the name?

I would rip the data files (track 01) with ISObuster (www.isobuster.com) and just reburn to a CD, it is doubtful the CD contains an encrypted EXE as that technology is expensive to use and doesn’t rely on cheap tricks :wink: