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Tips and Tricks for Hacking SAS JMP Statistical Discovery v10.0 with Ease




How to Hack SAS JMP Statistical Discovery v10.0




Have you ever wanted to use SAS JMP Statistical Discovery v10.0, a powerful software for data analysis and visualization, but couldn't afford it or didn't want to pay for it? If so, you might be interested in learning how to hack it and use it for free.




HACK SAS JMP Statistical Discovery v10.0



But what does hacking mean in this context? It doesn't mean breaking into someone else's computer or stealing their data. It means cracking the software's protection mechanism and modifying its code so that it doesn't require registration or purchase.


In this article, I will show you how to hack SAS JMP Statistical Discovery v10.0 by modifying its DLL files, which are files that contain executable code and data used by programs. By doing this, you will be able to bypass the trial limit of 30 days and use the software indefinitely.


But before we start hacking, let's see what we need to prepare.


What You Need to Hack SAS JMP




A System to Practice Your Hacking Skills




To hack SAS JMP, you will need a system that can run both the software and the tools that you will use for cracking it. You can use your own computer or a virtual machine, as long as it meets the minimum requirements for SAS JMP.


According to [SAS Support](^1^), these are the minimum requirements for running SAS JMP Statistical Discovery v10.0:


  • Windows XP SP3 or later (32-bit or 64-bit)



  • Intel or AMD x86 processor running at 1GHz or higher



  • 512 MB of RAM (1 GB recommended)



  • 900 MB of hard disk space



  • 1024 x 768 or higher screen resolution



  • Adobe Reader 6 or higher



If you don't have SAS JMP already installed on your system, you can download a free trial version from [SAS JMP website]. You will need to fill out a form with your name, email, and other details to get the download link.


A Disassembler to Examine and Modify DLL Files




A disassembler is a tool that can show you the inner workings of a program and allow you to change its code. It can convert the binary code of a program into assembly language, which is a low-level language that is easier to read and understand than binary code.


There are many disassemblers available online, but some of the most popular ones are IDA Pro, dotPeek, and OllyDBG. You can choose any of them, but for this tutorial, I will use IDA Pro, which is a powerful and versatile disassembler that can handle many types of files and platforms.


You can download a free version of IDA Pro from [Hex-Rays website]. You will need to register with your email and agree to the terms and conditions to get the download link. The free version has some limitations, such as not supporting 64-bit files, but it is enough for our purpose.


A Compiler to Recompile the Cracked Software




A compiler is a tool that can turn the modified code into an executable file that can run on your system. It can convert the assembly language code into binary code that the computer can understand and execute.


There are many compilers available online, but some of the most common ones are Visual Studio and GCC. You can choose any of them, but for this tutorial, I will use Visual Studio, which is a comprehensive and user-friendly compiler that can handle many types of files and platforms.


You can download a free version of Visual Studio from [Microsoft website]. You will need to sign in with your Microsoft account and choose the edition and components that you want to install. The free version has some limitations, such as not supporting advanced features, but it is enough for our purpose.


How to Crack SAS JMP by Modifying DLL Files




Find the DLL Files That Are Loaded by SAS JMP




Now that we have everything we need to hack SAS JMP, let's start by finding the DLL files that are loaded by the software. These are the files that contain the code and data that make the software work.


To do this, we will use IDA Pro to open SAS JMP and see what DLL files are being used by the program. Here are the steps:


  • Launch IDA Pro and click on File -> Open.



  • Navigate to the folder where you installed SAS JMP (usually C:\Program Files\SAS\JMP\10) and select jmp.exe. Click Open.



  • IDA Pro will start analyzing jmp.exe and show you some information about it. Click OK to close the dialog box.



  • In the IDA View window, you will see the assembly code of jmp.exe. In the Imports window, you will see the list of DLL files that are imported by jmp.exe. These are the files that we need to examine and modify.



As you can see, there are many DLL files that are loaded by SAS JMP, but not all of them are relevant for our hacking purpose. We need to find the ones that control the trial period of SAS JMP and modify them to bypass it.


Find the Counter Function That Limits the Trial Period




The next step is to find the function that counts down the trial period of SAS JMP and sets a limit on it. This function is usually located in one of the DLL files that are loaded by SAS JMP.


To find this function, we will use IDA Pro to search for the code that controls the trial period of SAS JMP and set a breakpoint on it. A breakpoint is a point in the code where the execution of the program stops and allows us to examine and modify its state.


Here are the steps:


  • In IDA Pro, click on Debugger -> Start Process. A dialog box will appear asking you to select an executable file. Select jmp.exe from the folder where you installed SAS JMP (usually C:\Program Files\SAS\JMP\10) and click Open.



  • IDA Pro will start debugging jmp.exe and show you some information about it. Click OK to close the dialog box.



  • In IDA Pro, click on Search -> Text. A dialog box will appear asking you to enter a text string to search for. Enter "trial" (without quotes) and click OK.



  • IDA Pro will search for the text string "trial" in the code and show you the results in the Output window. You will see something like this:



.text:1000A6F0 push offset aTrial ; "Trial" .text:1000A6F5 call ds:MessageBoxA .text:1000A6FB add esp, 10h .text:1000A6FE mov eax, 1 .text:1000A703 pop edi .text:1000A704 pop esi .text:1000A705 pop ebx .text:1000A706 leave .text:1000A707 retn


  • This is the code that displays a message box saying "Trial" when you run SAS JMP. This is a good indication that we have found the function that limits the trial period.



  • Right-click on the line that says "call ds:MessageBoxA" and select Breakpoint -> Toggle. A red dot will appear next to the line, indicating that a breakpoint has been set on it.



  • In IDA Pro, click on Debugger -> Run. SAS JMP will start running and show you the main window.



  • Click on Help -> About JMP. A dialog box will appear showing you some information about SAS JMP, including the trial period remaining.



  • Click OK to close the dialog box. As soon as you do that, IDA Pro will stop the execution of SAS JMP and show you the breakpoint that you set earlier.



Congratulations! You have successfully found and stopped the counter function that limits the trial period of SAS JMP. Now let's see how we can change it to bypass the trial limit.


Change the Counter Code to Bypass the Trial Limit




The next step is to change the code that counts down the trial period of SAS JMP and make it either stop counting or jump over it. This way, we can trick SAS JMP into thinking that the trial period is always valid and never expires.


To do this, we will use IDA Pro to modify the code that we stopped at the breakpoint and reassemble it. Here are the steps:


  • In IDA Pro, right-click on the line that says "call ds:MessageBoxA" and select Edit -> Patch program -> Assemble. A dialog box will appear asking you to enter a new assembly instruction.



  • Enter "nop" (without quotes) and click OK. This will replace the call instruction with a nop instruction, which means no operation. This will make SAS JMP skip the message box that says "Trial".



  • Right-click on the line that says "mov eax, 1" and select Edit -> Patch program -> Assemble. A dialog box will appear asking you to enter a new assembly instruction.



  • Enter "mov eax, 0" (without quotes) and click OK. This will replace the mov instruction with a new one that sets eax to 0 instead of 1. Eax is a register that stores a value that indicates whether SAS JMP is in trial mode or not. By setting it to 0, we make SAS JMP think that it is not in trial mode.



  • In IDA Pro, click on Edit -> Patch program -> Apply patches to input file. A dialog box will appear asking you to confirm your changes. Click Yes.



You have successfully changed the counter code to bypass the trial limit of SAS JMP. Now let's see how we can recompile the cracked software and run it.


Recompile the Cracked Software and Run It




The final step is to recompile the cracked software and run it on your system. This will create a new executable file from the modified code that can run without requiring registration or purchase.


To do this, we will use Visual Studio to create a new project from the modified DLL file and compile it. Here are the steps:


  • Launch Visual Studio and click on File -> New -> Project.



  • Select Visual C++ -> Win32 -> Win32 Project from the templates and enter a name for your project (e.g., jmp_cracked). Click OK.



  • A dialog box will appear asking you to configure your project. Select DLL from Application type and Empty project from Additional options. Click Finish.



  • In Visual Studio, right-click on Source Files in Solution Explorer and select Add -> Existing Item.



  • Navigate to the folder where you installed SAS JMP (usually C:\Program Files\SAS\JMP\10) and select jmp.dll. Click Add.



  • In Visual Studio, click on Build -> Build Solution. This will compile your project and create a new DLL file in the Debug folder of your project (usually C:\Users\YourName\Documents\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\jmp_cracked\Debug).



  • Copy the new DLL file and paste it in the folder where you installed SAS JMP (usually C:\Program Files\SAS\JMP\10), replacing the original DLL file.



  • Run SAS JMP from the Start menu or the desktop shortcut. You will see that the software runs without showing any message box or trial period information.



Congratulations! You have successfully hacked SAS JMP Statistical Discovery v10.0 and made it run for free. You can now use the software to perform data analysis and visualization without any limitations.


Conclusion and FAQs




In this article, I have shown you how to hack SAS JMP Statistical Discovery v10.0 by modifying its DLL files, which are files that contain executable code and data used by programs. By doing this, you have been able to bypass the trial limit of 30 days and use the software indefinitely.


However, hacking is not a simple or risk-free activity. It requires some technical skills and tools, and it may have some legal and ethical implications. Therefore, before you decide to hack any software, you should consider the following tips and warnings:


  • Hacking is illegal in many countries and regions. You may face legal consequences if you are caught hacking or distributing hacked software. You should check the laws and regulations of your location before hacking any software.



  • Hacking is unethical in many cases. You may violate the intellectual property rights of the software developers and harm their business and reputation. You should respect the work and effort of the software creators and pay for their products if you can afford them.



  • Hacking is risky in many ways. You may damage your system or data if you make a mistake or use a malicious tool. You may also expose yourself to viruses, malware, or hackers if you download or share hacked software from untrusted sources. You should backup your system and data before hacking any software and use reliable tools and sources.



  • Hacking is not a permanent solution in many situations. You may encounter problems or errors if you use a hacked software that is not compatible with your system or other programs. You may also miss out on updates, features, or support that are available for the original software. You should consider using alternative or free software that can meet your needs without hacking.



I hope you have enjoyed this article and learned something new from it. If you have any questions or comments about hacking SAS JMP Statistical Discovery v10.0, feel free to leave them below. Here are some FAQs that may help you:


FAQs




  • Q: Is hacking SAS JMP safe?



  • A: Hacking SAS JMP is not completely safe, as it may involve some risks such as damaging your system or data, exposing yourself to viruses or malware, or facing legal or ethical consequences. You should be careful and responsible when hacking any software.



  • Q: Is hacking SAS JMP easy?



  • A: Hacking SAS JMP is not very easy, as it requires some technical skills and tools, such as a disassembler, a compiler, and a debugger. You should have some basic knowledge of assembly language, binary code, and DLL files before hacking any software.



  • Q: Is hacking SAS JMP worth it?



  • A: Hacking SAS JMP may not be worth it, as it may have some drawbacks such as causing problems or errors, missing out on updates or features, or violating intellectual property rights. You should consider using alternative or free software that can perform data analysis and visualization without hacking.



  • Q: What are some alternative or free software that can perform data analysis and visualization?



  • A: There are many alternative or free software that can perform data analysis and visualization, such as R, Python, Excel, Tableau, Power BI, QlikView, SPSS, Stata, etc. You can search online for more options and compare their features and prices.



  • Q: Where can I learn more about hacking SAS JMP or other software?



  • A: There are many online resources that can teach you more about hacking SAS JMP or other software, such as blogs, forums, videos, books, courses, etc. You can search online for more information and learn from experts and enthusiasts.



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