TL;DR Version: I have always wanted to make a YouTube video to give back to the community demoing something useful, so I recorded myself reversing a 9 year old CrackMe and posted it. Enjoy.
I have learned countless things from YouTube. Including everything from building potato guns to how a nuclear reactor works. So this is my way to give back to the community and try and teach something.
The CrackMe I reversed is the LaFarge CrackMe #2. I chose this one for two reasons: It had high ratings and it was marked easy. Since I would have to narrate this, I didn't want to have a difficult time with this project.
- Here is a link to the video on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEDYk8zN53A
- The CrackMe can be downloaded here: http://crackmes.de/users/lafarge/lafarges_crackme_2/
- My Python keygen for this can be found here: https://github.com/JC-SoCal/ReverseEngineering/blob/master/LaFarge%20Crackme%20%232/python_keygen.py