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Crack Checker 1.0.0

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Supervisor

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#1
Supervisor submitted a new resource:

Crack Checker - Crack Checker

Since this was requested many times, I made a little tool to check whether a license on a server is cracked or not.
Simply enter the IP or the domain.
Note: A positive check can be avoided when using an Anti-Crack script (for example the one I provide here in the TeamSpeak Cracks)
Note 2: Subdomains wont work sometimes, so just use the real IP instead.


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Asphyxia

Web Admin
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#3
This looks awesome, I am going to throw together a PHP (web script) quick that checks port 2008. Nice job Supervisor this looks awesome!

PHP:
<?php
    $connection = @fsockopen("127.0.0.1", "2008");

    if (is_resource($connection))
    {
        echo "This server may be cracked.";

        fclose($connection);
    }

    else
    {
        echo "Crack not detected.";
    }
?>
 

0x0539

Former Team
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#10
well, My crack checker only checks whether anything on port 2008 is answering to a request. I dont know what kind of tool you use. Maybe you want to show us?
He's using the website "Race" posted above.
I tried my server and it showed Original License.
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In other words, the website uses the same method. Your method, checking if port 2008 is open or closed.

Edit: Checked the IP and the same website says Original License now. [
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#11
I believe there is basically no other method. I just tried on a box with no teamspeak running at all but fake 2008 service open and... of course cracked license. It will also work nicely for whitehouse.gov and you get original license. Who would think that obama is a teamspeak luva :D
 
#12
I believe there is basically no other method. I just tried on a box with no teamspeak running at all but fake 2008 service open and... of course cracked license. It will also work nicely for whitehouse.gov and you get original license. Who would think that obama is a teamspeak luva :D
funny.
 

Supervisor

Administrator
Head Moderator
#13
I believe there is basically no other method. I just tried on a box with no teamspeak running at all but fake 2008 service open and... of course cracked license. It will also work nicely for whitehouse.gov and you get original license. Who would think that obama is a teamspeak luva :D
I think I can actually listen to that answer and verify the "AccountingServer answer"
I'll put it on my todo list which gets longer every day o_O
 
#14
The only way to have a high ensurance the server is actually not cracked is to check if port 2008 is open AND you don't get a ASE response.
If port 2008 is closed you can't tell for certain (but it's still likely to be cracked).
And if you get a response from the ASE on the Tool. Well you have a 100% ensurance it's cracked.

The best way to actually "fake" a valid server is to either have patched binaries that don't need an ASE response or have the ASE set up on an alternate server and forward your TS3 Server to request the ASE Response from the second server instead of local (or official TS3).
 
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Nicer

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Developer
#18
With my IP it tells me "Not cracked!"
With my Domain it tells me "Cracked!"
Are you sure, that you have your DNS record set to same ip you are entering? :D

Edit: Also it's pretty much useless, It just tries to open 2008 port over TCP. If it gets respond (connects) => cracked, else it will sayy that it is not cracked
 
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