IECHost with a 1571: nibbling protected disks

So far I have been testing the new nibbling feature in IECHost with simple DOS disks. However, I am now at a stage where I should be nibbling copy-protected disks.

Initially I would like to try and avoid testing with the most complex protection ever written πŸ™‚
I might also be able to afford buying a few protected disks on eBay and/or borrow them from volunteers.

Regardless of how I shall be sourcing protected disks, I was wondering whether anybody reading my post has got any idea of which protected titles I could start from?

Leave a comment or send me a message if you have suggestions!

About Luigi Di Fraia

I am a Senior DevOps Engineer so I get to work with the latest technologies and open-source software. However, in my private time I enjoy retro-computing.
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2 Responses to IECHost with a 1571: nibbling protected disks

  1. Paul Jones says:

    I’m no expert but I’ve heard a rumour Skate or Die might be a good one to test. I don’t have a copy though. Ive got a few commercial disks here, not sure what the copy protection is like on them but you are welcome to borrow them for testing πŸ™‚

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