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Old 09-28-2017, 19:49   #1 (permalink)
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why most of the box teams use delphi?


its a big doubt I have since a long time....


why delphi??


pros? cons?

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Old 09-28-2017, 20:42   #2 (permalink)
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my be hard to decompile

but in recent time all boxes with Delphi cracked by gsmcracking team

now Delphi is week
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Old 09-28-2017, 20:54   #3 (permalink)
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do you think it's because protection?

I hope Victor can give us his point of view


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Old 09-30-2017, 08:23   #4 (permalink)
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Its just own choosing i will say,cracking and such all not related to language,but delphi provide easy gui in a native if you compare to others and easy to learn.
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Old 09-30-2017, 18:46   #5 (permalink)
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Source sharing started with Delphi, and these teams have been linked to each other in some way or the developers have had cross Friends.
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Old 10-01-2017, 05:51   #6 (permalink)
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ok, great, but nowadays...

do you still advise to use delphi??

or do you think it's better another one?
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Old 10-02-2017, 18:01   #7 (permalink)
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ok, great, but nowadays...

do you still advise to use Delphi??

or do you think it's better another one?
What do you think can replace the Delphi?

For native development, you have very fewer options.

It's not like only Delphi is used, C++ is also popular.

Protector and Cracking is a totally different thing. Not related to language/technology.
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Old 10-02-2017, 18:14   #8 (permalink)
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its a big doubt I have since a long time....


why delphi??


pros? cons?

thanks
According to me,
Few reasons like,

1. Expertise over the language over this much of use/experience.

2. Thousands/Millions of Lines Of Code needed to be transformed into another language if switching the technology.

3. Why change language/technology if everything is working perfectly in the current environment.

4. Reduces Productivity as sometimes new language can be confusing/takes time to learn.

and many more...
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What do you think can replace the Delphi?

For native development, you have very fewer options.

It's not like only Delphi is used, C++ is also popular.

Protector and Cracking is a totally different thing. Not related to language/technology.
no, no, just wondering

I saw some .net apps, dont remember now....

but .net its too easy to reverse...

I will move to delphi then.

thanks so much
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i must admit i was always curious about this too, nice to have an explanation
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It's because we all studied in schools Pascal so the next step was getting used with Delphi. Besides that, Delphi allows creating cool GUIs with minimal effort. I wouldnt say same about vc++ or some others. Also Dephi got developed pretty well in teh past years and already allows ios. android, mac apps creation with the same code base. Also it's cheap to get it licensed ...unless you preffer FreePascal

Also whatever "cracking" mentioned here has nothing to do with the language used to develop the program. In the end theres a compiler that reduces all the code lines to the same "old" opcodes.

And really some of the so called crackers these days should start get a book and read what a smart card is and what does and maybe understand after why you cant crack a program if theres a pretty good part of an "algo" part of code there.


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...what a smart card is and what does and maybe understand after why you cant crack a program if theres a pretty good part of an "algo" part of code there.


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Go figure!
I always thought that it had a key that scrambled a (important) part of the program code! It can have both i guess but never thought that it may contain lines 4 to 12 on a 100 line code (example?), it may vary according to card capacity, is this right? The "part of an algo" may also vary when card firmware is updated, no?

Sorry for question but expanding more on the little idea i had about this!

Wish i had coding in school.... I wanted but was not available anymore... My friends that were a year in front of me had and did not wanted (they hated it) and i'd love to had those lessons!
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its so hard to crack thats my point of view .
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Delphi is a stable programming tool, and can be run of any windows version, no matter if tou do for win xp etc. Have a great comunication for ports , of course C++ C# or another can be used, about security many teams can compress the critical files to protect ( encrypt) but the main program can run slow
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No matter what will use. Python, php, asm, Delphi, C, C++....

Dejan (R.I.P. man...) prefer to use x86 asm... I prefer Delphi and C and asm...

Important is to make app who will do job!
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