51 MCU Crack Unlock
The commonly used MCU disassembly is the most common and direct method in reverse development. At present, we have a lot of success stories in the 51 series AVR series ARM series single-chip disassembly, and we also provide the assembly code reverse C code. And other technical services, welcome to inquire.
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Disassemble various microcontroller programs. If your plan is decrypted and you find that the problem needs to be modified in the actual application, we can change it into a standardized program code. We can make explicit annotations, define specifications, meet new requirements, and provide a flow chart.
There are many experiences in using unique id or RC check words for soft-encryption of AVR PIC STC and other microcontrollers. There are also successful cases for using soft encryption for components such as DS1820, DM2016, AT45DB041.
- The customer provides the schematic diagram, function manual, first look at the program, confirm that you can meet your modification requirements, pay a part of the deposit, and provide a prototype that can debug the program.
- After modification, provide pictures or videos of the modified results to the customer.
- After the customer pays the full development fee, the delivery procedure is completed. If the test finds a problem (generally, it will not be), modify the program until it meets the customer’s requirements.
1, only disassemble, can generate the same binary BIN file as the original code after compilation
- If you need to understand all the programs (standard definition variable names, label names, subprogram names, you can note the subprogram’s function), generally quoted at 1000 yuan / K, the program quantity is large.
- 2, modify the display,
- Some are only minor changes, but you need to understand the program for the following reasons fully:
- Must be familiar with the program structure or do not know where to put the added program;
- Must know the resources used by the original program, such as registers, variables, plus the program can not conflict with the resources used previously;
- You must see the relationship between each subroutine, how the new program uses other programs, and how another program calls the new program.