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  1. I have written a tool to auto-patch cpuids and auto-decrypt system binaries on Mountain Lion and Lion. It is based on AutoAPBDecrypt but uses a launcher to elevate itself to admin rights. This way it can directly patch and replace the system binaries. Pre-built binaries for Mountain Lion and Lion are built. Source is, as usual, also included in the zip package. Make sure you do a Time Machine backup just to be safe. Enjoy AutoAMDTool.zip
  2. It's built and tested on my ML system... Source is included... This kext will work always on AMD... replacement for Dont steal Mac OS X.kext (move somewhere after install AppleDecrypt.kext) Enjoy Again thx to Sinetek for the decryption algo's Watch closely in the screen cap... (no Dont steal Mac OS X lol) I've made kexts for Lion and ML EDIT: ML version should work for Mavericks too... EDIT2: New version, Mavericks optimized. This one (under Release Mavericks) is code signed. (no more nag screen stating unknown kext etc...) EDIT3: New version, Yosemite optimized. This new version does not use OpenSSL anymore but instead loads up Apple's corecrypto.kext and uses that. I found the proper way to use Apple's corecrypto interface and it's much faster Also the code is built with Xcode 6.1 and fully optimized for running really fast. The Yosemite optimized version is in the V2 zip file and source, as usual, is included. It should be possible to recompile the kext on other systems as well because the corecrypto interface is still at 1.0, so no change. (Lion / 10.7 or better). EDIT4: Added github repo. https://github.com/andyvand/AppleDecrypt AppleDecrypt-Sinetek-AnV.zip AppleDecrypt-Sinetek-AnV-V2.zip
  3. I built and tested this version of apb_decrypt_ml It is tested on Mountain Lion (decrypted and replaced the Finder and next killed and restarted Finder... it worked ) Sources are included... Binary release for Lion and possibly Snow Leopard: Release Lion Optimized version for Mountain Lion (uses CommonCrypto library): Release Mountain Lion The Lion version (and older) doesn't use CommonCrypto but OpenSSL (CommonCrypto is a lot faster...). Enjoy... Can be built with old versions of Xcode too... It uses Blowfish (not AES, is for 10.6, 10.7, 10.8)... apb_decrypt_ml.zip