[UNSUPPORTED] KMS Activator - The Original - Plus 8007000D Unbricker and Anti-AV

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  1. Phazor

    Phazor MDL Expert

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    #1 Phazor, Dec 28, 2010
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    LocalHost 1.0



    Version 6 of KMS Activator is ready for download.

    Initial notes:


    Name Change
    Since the KMSA concept has been cloned a couple of times since i released version 5.0 i have decided to rename the application to LocalHost so it has a unique name.

    Version Number
    Since this is the first release under this new name the version number starts at 1.0 again.

    Compatibility Note
    Turns out my console interface does not run on x64 systems. I will see what i can do.

    Test for a 64bit compatible interface running here. Please participate and report result.




    General Features

    • Activates everything that can be activated via KMS - (Vista/Win7/Server2008/Office2010)

    • Comes with a brand-new feature named 'Fix-Me Mode' which non-aggressively resolves persistent 8007000D's with a single mouseclick

    (non-agressively meaning it does not touch any files or registry-entries and it does not un- or re-install anything.)

    • Emulated host is safe from AV file-scanners since it never leaves RAM - (Unless installed to disk)

    • Has full support for Windows XP - (Office section available only)

    • Automatically disables Windows/Office section on 6.0 and 6.1 if no supported product is found

    • Has a nice custom-console-interface for full control via mouse, keyboard and hotkeys


    Features and Options

    • One-Click Setup - With or without Port setting - (Windows only)

    • Install/Uninstall Product Keys

    • Set Host Machine Name - With or without KMS Port

    • Clear Host Machine Name

    • Check Activation Status

    • Re-Arm Products

    • Install the KMS Host locally

    • Show list of supported editions - (Windows Only - Office has a menu for keys anyway.)


    Notes
    Since the app is running in its own virtual environment it might be a little slow on certain Virtual Machines. Hence be patient if the interface doesnt pop up in lightspeed.


    Credits/Thanks
    Team ZWT for their magnificent little host. (Which i had to modify a little, but im sure they wont hold it against me.)


    FileHashes
    -----------------------------------------------------
    File: LocalHost.7z
    CRC-32: c89ca7e3
    MD4: 29f8a2c8d180d95de48a5a6c01af1bbc
    MD5: a11517883651f85650842a0f6bcd5184
    SHA-1: 70a143d2eed82e8f65a86bd123c2d124f8d402a9
    -----------------------------------------------------
    File: LocalHost.exe
    CRC-32: 5a56c430
    MD4: eaa76dcfafa6884f0408a4ce53ab095f
    MD5: d3a4a3e8e0c2b0368df254741a3ba61b
    SHA-1: 396161eb2fd11d5bab375c82f4e084924b0b1b78
    -----------------------------------------------------

    Download: View attachment LocalHost.7z


    Enjoy the ride. :)



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  2. zxc

    zxc MDL Junior Member

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    #2 zxc, Dec 28, 2010
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    Wait for a long time.:biggrin:

    I test it, and show unsupported 16bit application working on x64 system.:confused:
     
  3. Calistoga

    Calistoga MDL Senior Member

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    Nice Phazor, nice! Beautiful interface, well done :)
     
  4. Phazor

    Phazor MDL Expert

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    Now dont tell me 64bit systems cannot run 16 bit apps.

    Because in that case i would have to...well...kill myself, because i would have to redo THE ENTIRE APPLICATION!

    Please tell me thats just because of a missing file or something...
     
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  5. Phazor

    Phazor MDL Expert

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    Its not a missing file.

    64bit CPUs, when running in native 64bit mode, cannot execute the 16bit instructions.

    Thats the whole problem, hence no ntvdm.exe on x64.

    Im going to hang myself...
     
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  6. rpagarwal2

    rpagarwal2 MDL Novice

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    I was waiting for this since a long time.......

    But this application in not compatiable to 64 bit Windows 7......

    :(

    Please help us....................
     
  7. Stannieman

    Stannieman MDL Guru

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    Yep, 32bit windows can run 16bit apps virtualized, x64 windows runs 32bit apps virtualized but can't run 16bit apps anymore

    In what language did you make this? Can't you just compile it in x86? Why is it 16 it anyway?
     
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  8. Phazor

    Phazor MDL Expert

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    I will see if i can port the interface somehow to provide x64 compatibility.

    This might take some time though since my time will soon be very limited again.

    Sorry about this, but i dont use x64 myself since i never saw any discernable advantage in doing so...
     
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  9. Phazor

    Phazor MDL Expert

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    Its console and the 16bit process is required by the interface.

    Dropping the 16bit process means dropping mouse control unless i can devise a substitute...
     
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  10. Stannieman

    Stannieman MDL Guru

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    What console, batch or a real console app?
     
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  11. Phazor

    Phazor MDL Expert

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    Real as opposed to what?

    The code is in bat/cmd but it is compiled into (and executed by) an application.
     
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  12. Stannieman

    Stannieman MDL Guru

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    With real I mean an app written in a programming language, you can make console apps in visual apps for example. Programs like fdisk are console apps.
    But if it's batch or cmd then you don't need to redo the whole app, right?
    Just search a different app to make the gui and pack the files, one that does compile to 32bit.
     
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  13. Phazor

    Phazor MDL Expert

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    Well the commands that do stuff would stay the same of course, but thats not the difficult part.

    The difficult part is how all of this is currently interconnected.

    There are conditional jumps in there that still make me dizzy (go from here to there but only if this and/or that condition is met or not met, else go there instead, etc), and they are all specialized to fit the current concept.

    Dont forget i have to check a thousand things here. Is the Windows edition supported, is Office installed, are we on XP, are we on XP without Office, are we on a nonsupported Windows with Office, and so forth.

    And all of this has to be constantly checked so the user will end up in the right parent and submenus when they hit a button.

    In other words if i were to convert this then i would have to redo 100% of the conditional stuff and that means everything except for the few plain commands such as slmgr -ato.

    I do have an idea though, but this will take time...
     
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  14. Stannieman

    Stannieman MDL Guru

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    But doesn't the click of the mouse in the gui just calls for a batch file? If you find a different gui maker and packer that does run in x86, then the mouse clicks still call the same batch file, so I don't really see a problem
     
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  15. Phazor

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    Its not that simple because the structure currently consists of an instructions part and a resources part.

    In other words parts of the structure (the menus and texts, etc.) are not even in the script right now but called by the script on-demand from an external resource.

    Hence the current structure cant just be re-used with any other interface concept, as other concepts (like AutoIt for example) are based on completely other structures.


    But like i said, i already have an idea. I might be able to whip up something for x64 that doesnt require too many changes but this will take some time...
     
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  16. Stannieman

    Stannieman MDL Guru

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    Ok I see, maybe it works if you pack that ntvdm.exe also, but try your idea first cause I'm not sure this works
     
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  17. Phazor

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    Question: Does DOSBox run in x64?

    If so, anyone willing to try if the app works in it?

    I would be curious to know...
     
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  19. Tito

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    Yap... dosbox runs flawlessly in x64...
     
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  20. Phazor

    Phazor MDL Expert

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    And does the app run in DOSBox?
     
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