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From: Loth ( E-mail: 1

Date: Saturday, April 12, 2003 at 18:00

Subject: decompiler


Is there a vb6 decompiler out there??? i have heard rumors but never could find one. If you know where i can download one please let me know. Thx

From: ynot ( E-mail: <No e-mail> 2

Date: Saturday, April 12, 2003 at 21:45

Subject: Re: decompiler


I have seen this question asked before on a number of forums. The answer is no. A decompiler doesn't exist.

From: asd (202.1.201.---) E-mail: 3

Date: Thursday, May 22, 2003 at 12:15

Subject: Re: decompiler


Ever heard of
Check it out
You might find what you want

From: Sac Dev (130.76.64.---) E-mail: 4

Date: Thursday, June 5, 2003 at 20:31

Subject: Re: decompiler


Try PE Tools I was able to open my compiled programs with just a few clicks. Scary

From: AGR (200.168.249.---) E-mail: 5

Date: Thursday, June 12, 2003 at 20:28

Subject: Re: decompiler


Please, what is the site address of this PE Tools?

From: Neo ( E-mail: <No e-mail> 6

Date: Sunday, November 30, 2003 at 12:13

Subject: Re: decompiler


your wrong, there is a decompiler, IVE GOT ONE!!!!!!!!!
im just looking for the site where I got it from...

From: Deepak (61.11.53.---) E-mail: 7

Date: Thursday, December 4, 2003 at 11:02

Subject: Re: decompiler


I wanna decompiler for the VB6.0
Can you please tell me about the website

Waiting for your reply

From: Ruturaj (61.1.84.---) E-mail: 8

Date: Sunday, December 7, 2003 at 13:43

Subject: Re: decompiler


VBRezQ is not at all a Decompiler ... Few of the facts about it gathered from its FAQ are here ...

Does VB RezQ recover the whole code source?

VB RezQ recovers much of the structure of the program including the GUI elements (form design etc) and the headers for subroutines. It does not recover the actual Visual Basic language code within the subroutines.

Why does VB RezQ not recover the actual Visual Basic code within the subroutines?

When VB source is compiled to Native Code the result is x86 machine code and in the process the VB compiler with its various code optimisation features erases much of the structure of the high level Basic language. It's a formidable job to try to reverse engineer this x86 code back into VB code and it's not at all clear to us that it's possible to automate the reversing process.


Do you have a version of VB RezQ that is capable of recovering the whole source code?

We don't have any other version that recovers more of the source code.


Do you expect the capability to recover the source code within subroutines will be added to VB RezQ?

We don't expect to add recovery of the source code within subroutines. We may at some point add disassembly of the x86 code (so that people can see how far removed from VB code it is)!


Are there other software tools that can recover the subroutine code?

For projects compiled to Native code, we are not aware of any tool that will get back the Basic source of the subroutines from the x86 code. We don't expect to ever see one as explained above.
For projects compiled to P-code, there are claims made that tools exist that will recover some Basic source from the P-code. None of these is made available to others as far as we know, but it's possible they may be one day.


Guys , don't expect the Decompiler of VB. I hope it will never come in existance. After all I'm also a VB programmer and programming to earn money. I don't want such tools in market to get my source code out of my Exe.

If you want it to Crack the software ... please don't do it and respect others and their hard work.

If you want it because you've lost the source code ... forget about it and start working on new one ... and from today onwards ... don't forget to take BACKUP of your work every day ! ;)

From: Warning (81.185.48.---) E-mail: <No e-mail> 9

Date: Saturday, March 20, 2004 at 12:56

Subject: Re: decompiler

Comments: for VBReFormer

From: Warez Cracker ( E-mail: 10

Date: Saturday, March 20, 2004 at 20:02

Subject: Re: decompiler


There are NO TRUE DECOMPILERS, quit being lazy and code your own stuff, geeez

From: anon (81.7.100.---) E-mail: <No e-mail> 11

Date: Sunday, March 21, 2004 at 18:17

Subject: Re: decompiler


there are no completely working decompilers

From: Federico ( E-mail: 12

Date: Monday, March 29, 2004 at 20:33

Subject: decompiler VB6


Y´m looking for a decompiler for VB6.

Where can I download this file.



From: Ivan Samardžić (Croatia(NG) ( E-mail: <No e-mail> 13

Date: Saturday, April 3, 2004 at 15:31

Subject: Re: decompiler VB6


i have a Vb 6 from . if you cant find it call me at
00385989462975. my e-mail is not work .

We are the best :Sama
Zajebavam se :Sama

From: Letter ( E-mail: 14

Date: Saturday, April 3, 2004 at 15:43

Subject: Re: decompiler VB6



Ivan Samardžić you are the best

it's work 100%

From: breeze ( E-mail: 15

Date: Sunday, April 11, 2004 at 20:05

Subject: Re: decompiler VB6


you post before that u found a decompiler for vb6 example "vb rezq". can i ask the site or just the name of the program you just downlaoded.
i downlaod the demo version only.


thank u..

From: Keith ( E-mail: <E-mail removed> 16

Date: Sunday, April 11, 2004 at 23:11

Subject: Re: decompiler VB6


Breeze, why don't you just search like everybody else has too. Its pretty dam close to "vb rezq" don't you think.

I found 2300 sites with containing "vb rezq"

I downloaded it 6 months ago. The demo version only decompiles the first source file with all controls but no code. VBRezQ does not recover the source code within subroutines. So if you think its worth it buy the full version for $149.

From: Ruturaj (61.1.85.---) E-mail: 17

Date: Monday, April 12, 2004 at 08:30

Subject: Re: decompiler VB6


You are right keith ; and I have already pointed out this thing in post on Date: 12-07-03 13:43 here on this same page.

I don't know why people are so eager to have VB RezQ when it's not going to fulfill there requirement.

And yet this thread is growing and growing day by day ... This forum has started to become a crackers forum or something where no serious talk takes place. I think there is no Moderator for this forum as well.

Well , I have left visiting this forum ; just saw your name in my Inbox and as its always valuable to see your thoughts I came back to this hope-less forum.

I found many other forums where people come to discuss Programming issues rather than asking "Where can I download FREE VB 6.0" or "how can I recover my lost code from Compiled Exe" and thread liek these which quite sound like a crackers demands.

This forum has disapointed me a lot ... I'll never come to this forum to post my queries ... except if I see your Name on some thread ... then surely I'll come to read what you have to say ... But posting new discussion topics on this Forum ??? NO WAY !

Enjoy Crackers ... No Moderator ... world is yours !

From: shazb0t ( E-mail: 18

Date: Thursday, April 22, 2004 at 05:45

Subject: Re: attach me Vbrezq or vbreformer full version please...


WTF. Reverse Engineering is a way to learn, not rip off. And there are plenty of ways doing that without a VB Decompiler. Try a dissaembler, learn just a bit of assembly and you can understand whats going on in your program. Of course this is tedious, but hey, if you know where to look in your code then ... ;)

From: then00b ( E-mail: <No e-mail> 19

Date: Wednesday, May 5, 2004 at 02:01

Subject: Re: Send the crack plz


hi im dumb and stupid and lazy to find any decompiler my self, so would someone please come over to australia and come to my house and download me one, because im dumb and stupid like everyone else here who is asking for a decompiler.... whats the use in decompiling? are you dumb? program it your self? if u wanna rip a program goto

From: Expert ( E-mail: 20

Date: Thursday, May 6, 2004 at 15:49

Subject: Re: ¬¬


It's kinda easy to see an exe sourcecode (i mean vb exe source). you just have to see it with a hex editor... search i the bottom. there is the whole code.

You welcome =P

From: Davethewave ( E-mail: 21

Date: Wednesday, May 26, 2004 at 08:53

Subject: Re: VB RezQ


first of all, I was looking for a decompiler to learn with, I have just started learning VB and have had quite fun with it. for all you lamers looking for the full version of vb6 or whatever, why don't you do what all the other lamer pirates do and use a peer to peer prog. anyways, buying the program allows the developers to improve their software. It is a shame to hear there is no real decompiler =\ but I have found a great site for learning, a site where everyone shares source code so I really don't need a decompiler anymore, if I lose my own source code thats my fault, I should make a backup. Besides i'm a newbie so if I lose anything then it's not much loss right ;) anyways if anyone wants to go share source code it's

From: vb4guy ( E-mail: 22

Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2004 at 05:43

Subject: Re: VB RezQ


I need the vb rezq as well because I deleted the project folder recently. I had an undelete utility, but it was unable to recover any of the files. All I have is the EXE on my web site for download.

Could some one please send me the link for the full version download of vb rezq? Thanks!

From: MeggarK ( E-mail: 23

Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2004 at 11:54

Subject: Re: VB RezQ


there are some amount of dumbasses here

From: bedes (202.155.73.---) E-mail: 24

Date: Thursday, June 3, 2004 at 05:31

Subject: Re: VB RezQ


To Ivan Samardžić ;

First of all , I couldn't understand the language of your website. And second thing there is nothing for download on your website ... is there anything really ?

I don't know what Letter has got ; but the link of your website and saying there is VB 6.0 decompiler is a trick I think.

Post a direct download link here otherwise ; because I believe that there can not be VB 6.0 decompiler ; but if there is any really ... ;)

From: Kami (212.165.146.---) E-mail: 25

Date: Thursday, June 10, 2004 at 08:36

Subject: Re: VB RezQ


this site is not in english language!is there any other way to change language option? or please email to my address. it,ll be kind of you.

From: FileGod ( E-mail: 26

Date: Friday, June 18, 2004 at 11:15

Subject: Re: VB RezQ


Everybody wants a decompiler but if the program is too big they may have a hard time trying to find the line they want to change, when it comes to VB there is so much source code out there that there is not that much need for a decompiler, I was looking for a program to have the computer connect all by itself if disconnected from the web & found a bunch of shareware & then thought might as well check for source & found source faster than the shareware on & it works PERFECT!, it is called Dun Re-Connector, it will even compile with VB5 if you use VB6 To VB5.
I myself like to use VB4 in case I upload the source to one of my sites so more folks can run the source, sometimes I even port VB5 down to VB4 but do not have luck all the time doing it, heck my QBasic programs will even handle long file names =8-O

From: Keith ( E-mail: <E-mail removed> 27

Date: Friday, June 18, 2004 at 12:28

Subject: VB4


Filegod do you still use VB4 32bit? What advantage is that over VB6? I would have thought that most people would have VB6 by now, its been out 5 or 6 years now. Thou I've only been using VB6 for 18 months because I could load and run most VB6 apps with VB5. There are plenty of free download sites on here, do a search.

If you use VB4 aren't there any conflicts with VB5 or VB6 if there are installed as well?

I used VB5 for 5 years and I could load and run 90% of VB6 apps. If I downloaded any additional ocx/dlls. I still use VB3 and VB4 16bit. Thats because I use the VB2/VB3 decompiler. Thats not to rip people off, thats just so I can see how operations were done before we had all these fancy ocx's.

If I convert VB6 to VB5 then you shouldn't have a problem converting VB5/6 to VB4, they are still 32 bit. Let me know what problems you are having.

Yes, is the best site for uploading your code. Compared to the other VB sites.

How can we check your Qbasic programs? Your email isn't valid., lol.

From: Expilict ( E-mail: <No e-mail> 28

Date: Monday, June 21, 2004 at 05:13

Subject: Decompiler


holy f@Ł$%&!# @!#$ people are still asking for that vb req thing and they already know it doesnt do @!#$ but read prps of the program why keep asking?
i have a vb6 decompiler BUT i made it my self in C++ and it does decompiler to regular source if and only if the program has the components that i have made into my program so there is no really vb decompiler and NO i will not give it out it took along tim to make but you can buy it if you would like

From: dave (---.lsanca1.elnk.dsl.genuity.) E-mail: <No e-mail> 29

Date: Monday, June 21, 2004 at 13:47

Subject: Re: VB4


Hi all, I have Gynecomastia and would like it removed but don't have the $5,000 to get it done. Can anyone suggest how I can get a grant or funding? I can't even go outside because its so embarasing and I have no friends. My mom wants to help but has no money either :(. Please post here and I will get the message. Oh yeah and there is no vb decompiler, it's impossible. Thanks for listening

From: milks ( E-mail: 30

Date: Tuesday, June 22, 2004 at 02:51

Subject: Re: VB4


I have found quite a few sites that say they can do VB decompile services but they do not offer no demo, just an order form and attach your exe file. This is all crap. There was one for VB version 3 and if anybody has even anything useful to comment on a free decompiler for VB6 then please post. Because a lot of posters actally talk crap in this forum

From: Keith ( E-mail: <E-mail removed> 31

Date: Tuesday, June 22, 2004 at 12:22

Subject: Crap on here


I agree with you Milks. I'm trying to sort out the crap but its a long and slow process, with Phorum.

From: mike ( E-mail: 32

Date: Wednesday, June 30, 2004 at 19:24

Subject: i have a vb 6.0 decompiler!


if u would like it since it looks like ur having a hard time finding one hell i will give you a copy you must not have looked to hard?
i think its funny a person cant find something so they determine it dont exist?lmao
well here is a myth-buster vb 6.0 decompiler does exist i use mine !

From: Serge (209.132.231.---) E-mail: <No e-mail> 33

Date: Thursday, July 1, 2004 at 01:33

Subject: Re: i have a vb 6.0 decompiler!


try this one
(on a bottom on a page No.5 works, but not perfect)

From: Keith ( E-mail: <E-mail removed> 34

Date: Friday, July 2, 2004 at 12:40

Subject: Re: i have a vb 6.0 decompiler!



So how did you get vbde.exe to work.

This program does not run on machines with active systems debugger!

7. Visual Basic v5/v6 Decompiler by AkKort [Source Code] doesn't do anything an hex editor will do, not very good either. It has to be P-Code not Native Code.

From: zoblok ( E-mail: <No e-mail> 35

Date: Wednesday, July 7, 2004 at 21:03

Subject: Re: i have a vb 6.0 decompiler!


For have the source code, decompilers doesn't exists... You just ask to the author to have it.

From: prafful (61.95.218.---) E-mail: 36

Date: Saturday, July 10, 2004 at 09:51

Subject: wana decompile my vb6 exe


Unfortunatly i loss my vb6 projects code but i have it's exe file in my backup pc.
if any budy can decompile and recoded my exe to my project. i will pay for it.

From: Not my real Name ( E-mail: 37

Date: Friday, July 16, 2004 at 04:48

Subject: Re: wana decompile my vb6 exe


Why would you Want a Decpiler anyway The fun of VB is to code it yourself EH!

From: Dave ( E-mail: <No e-mail> 38

Date: Saturday, July 17, 2004 at 03:11

Subject: Re: wana decompile my vb6 exe


The purpose of wanting a decompiler is; if you made an exe, but lost the code for it in a format or corupt hard drive etc. and still had the exe on disk then you can recover the source from the exe. My recomendation to all is to have a backup of all sourcecode that is important to you on a seperate disk. that way if you format then you have no problems :) if you want the decomiler to reverse a program someone else made, contact the owner of the software and ask for the source code, if they say no then too bad. build your own ;)

From: lassiter (61.68.19.---) E-mail: 39

Date: Sunday, July 25, 2004 at 21:53

Subject: Re: wana decompile my vb6 exe


For god's sake! - Use assembly and C++. oh yeah... forget about decompiling Visual Basic 6 subroutines, it's obvously impossible.

This is however *not the case for earlier versions of VB which can be easily and perfectly decompiled.

VBrezQ is there on google, I know who put it there, but one letter deliberately is mis-spelled, try experimenting, you'll find it.


From: Marias (202.153.39.---) E-mail: 40

Date: Saturday, July 31, 2004 at 15:40

Subject: Re: wana decompile my vb6 exe


Thank you all
Untill now i supposed that there would be a decompiler for vb 6.0 but After studying all the threads above so it means that there is no decompiler for vb 6.0
thank you all
And i have a doubt that is there any decompilers available for .net, vc++ applications and others

From: hacker ( E-mail: 41

Date: Tuesday, August 3, 2004 at 01:29

Subject: Re: wana decompile my vb6 exe


Vb Reformer 3.7
Vb Rezq

From: TheDarkHacker ( E-mail: 42

Date: Monday, August 23, 2004 at 02:39

Subject: Re: vbrezq


Why dont you just make a decomplier yourself :P

From: dIeSpIrIt ( E-mail: 43

Date: Wednesday, September 8, 2004 at 16:43

Subject: VBREZQ Full Version


Everything is possible in our virtual world. After one day of extensive search in the web i got the full version, The only problem is that is protected with Name and Key, Try to use a debugger but nothing....However, who is interested in the full version....e-mail me and i will send the full version. But please try to hack that :D

From: dIeSpIrIt ( E-mail: 44

Date: Thursday, September 9, 2004 at 14:22

Subject: VbRezQ Url


Finally I have a url with the Complete Version and License included. If you are interested in the url just send me a mail :D

From: Melkske (212.35.97.---) E-mail: 45

Date: Friday, September 10, 2004 at 10:55

Subject: Re: VbRezQ Url



Is it possible to receive the url of the complete version of vbrezq and licence ?

Kind regards

From: Bush (---.lsanca1.elnk.dsl.genuity.) E-mail: <No e-mail> 46

Date: Friday, September 10, 2004 at 11:01

Subject: Re: VbRezQ Url


"If this were a dictatorship it'd be alot easier, ... as long as I'm the dictator" - George w. Bush

From: Keith ( E-mail: <E-mail removed> 47

Date: Friday, September 10, 2004 at 11:39

Subject: Re: VbRezQ Url


Thanks dIeSpIrIt for the full version of Vb Rezq. But I don't find it much use. It will show the forms with all controls and ocx's but no code. Even Vb Rezq tells you it won't show the code.

So its not as good as DoDi's decompiler.

From: Zahid (80.231.147.---) E-mail: 48

Date: Saturday, September 11, 2004 at 15:39

Subject: Re: VbRezQ Url


I also needs VBRezq, VBOPT5 full version to decompile source code but I only found the Demo versions
I also found the VBReformer but it was unable to return source code. It only returns the forms and their properties.
and in VBOPT5 i was failed to export source code beacuse of missing of Export file (MSVBVM60.exp) if anybody has this file or full verison of VBRezq plz. let me know the URL or send me on following E-Mail.
Thank you

From: Keith ( E-mail: <E-mail removed> 49

Date: Saturday, September 11, 2004 at 16:42

Subject: Re: VbRezQ Url


What is MSVBVM60.exp?

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