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Decrypt Encrypted SQL 2005 Stored Procedures

Posted on 2007-03-28
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Does anyone have a solution for decrypting encrypted stored procedures in sql 2005? I had a program that worked for sql 2000, but now that I upgraded it fails. I need a program or a stored procedure.

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As far s I know there is not a version of the decrypt procedure for SQL Server 2005.
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Here is a linke for a paid version:

http://www.elitude.net/

Not sure if it works either.
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Just a word of caution, what you are asking is borderline gray area.  Please see this:
Hacks, cracks and keys
http://www.experts-exchange.com/help.jsp#hi100
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