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Archive for November 6th, 2013

fun to read: blog of a reverse engineering team member

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/11/06

A while ago, I came across this blog: Levis’s Little Blog about Reverse Code Engineering (RCE) | All about Reverse Code Engineering.

It is of a beginning reverse engineering guy, doing reverse engineering of parts of application code, and being part of a REPT scene publishing key generators and crackers of software.

I think the interesting part is not so much his skill level, but has these aspects:

  • his choice of tools and how he develops skills tells you much about the scene and how they work
  • examining the keygens, cracks, etc, tells you a lot about how well the software is that we write
  • the abundance of people like him and the available tools basically void every copy protection scheme you can imagine

Part of his toolset are come from a few video tutorials he posted about, where this is in the context menu of a .EXE file: Read the rest of this entry »

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