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mr.exodia 03-07-2015 23:20

Community Tools Forum
 
Hello everyone,

As you might have noticed, there are two new forums/sections: Community Tools and Developer Section.

Community Tools is a section for tools created by someone in this community. Feel free to post your unpackers, import reconstructors, debuggers, plugins, utilities, etc. here.

The only rule is: post things you created yourself and make sure you don't post warez (IDA Pro, WinHex, VMWare are not welcome in this section).

I moved various topics from Interesting Reverse Software to here and I also took the tools from x64 OS and moved them here.

The problem is that I see many great community tools disappearing in the Reversing Software forum. If you created a tool yourself and posted it there, please reply to this topic. We will move it for you. Same applies when you see a tool from somebody else: reply here, we will move it.

Thanks in advance,

Mr. eXoDia

Insid3Code 03-08-2015 01:22

Agree...

"WinObjEx64" posted by me in x64 OS Section from kernelmode.info forum, I don't know if the authors (EP_X0FF & MP_ART) are already members here! so I guess it's not Exetools community tool according to the rules.
Quote:

- Community Tools is a section for tools created by someone in this community
- The only rule is: post things you created yourself
So, my question is: only the author can post his creations here? and which must be already (Exetools community) member? That it is the rule for this section...

mr.exodia 03-08-2015 02:32

Quote:

Originally Posted by Insid3Code (Post 98143)
"WinObjEx64" posted by me in x64 OS Section from kernelmode.info forum, I don't know if the authors (EP_X0FF & MP_ART) are already members here! so I guess it's not Exetools community tool according to the rules.

So, my question is: only the author can post his creations here? and which must be already (Exetools community) member? That it is the rule for this section...

Well, I have been thinking a lot about this, but I don't have a conclusive answer. Personally I feel like this tool belongs in this section, but you didn't make it, so strictly it should be in Software Release.

I will ask the administrators what they think.

p4r4d0x 03-08-2015 03:45

@mr.exodia we need to include and the source of the application ??

mr.exodia 03-08-2015 20:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by p4r4d0x (Post 98150)
@mr.exodia we need to include and the source of the application ??

No, you are free to release your applications closed source. As long as you created them yourself.

Youtoo 03-12-2015 02:18

Quote:

Originally Posted by mr.exodia (Post 98147)
Well, I have been thinking a lot about this, but I don't have a conclusive answer. Personally I feel like this tool belongs in this section, but you didn't make it, so strictly it should be in Software Release.

I will ask the administrators what they think.

Personally, it will be good idea if we can post other reverse engineering tools here has Insid3Code said the author might not belong to this community, but need to acknowledge the author.eg. "ollydgb debugger by mr.exodia"

mr.exodia 03-12-2015 02:39

Quote:

Originally Posted by Youtoo (Post 98232)
Personally, it will be good idea if we can post other reverse engineering tools here has Insid3Code said the author might not belong to this community, but need to acknowledge the author.eg. "ollydgb debugger by mr.exodia"

I have been thinking about this, but I came to the conclusion that this is a bad idea. Posting tools from other people is nice, but they can post it themselves if they want to. In addition to that it would make the rules too complex. Everybody can understand:

Only post things you created yourself. Consult a moderator if you feel a tool you didn't create belongs to this section anyway.

leetone 03-12-2015 06:16

Yeah mr.exodia I'm with you, if anybody is releasing a mr.exodia tool it's going to be you -- people have to release their own stuff. Unless, of course, they're unregistered and won't?

mr.exodia 03-12-2015 06:21

Quote:

Originally Posted by leetone (Post 98244)
Unless, of course, they're unregistered and won't?

Yes, that is when you should contact a moderator. Just post the tool in Software Release and PM me or reply in this topic.

Youtoo 03-14-2015 07:10

Quote:

Originally Posted by mr.exodia (Post 98246)
Yes, that is when you should contact a moderator. Just post the tool in Software Release and PM me or reply in this topic.

It is too complicated. Does it mean we can not learn from each other?

mr.exodia 03-14-2015 07:13

Quote:

Originally Posted by Youtoo (Post 98308)
It is too complicated. Does it mean we can not learn from each other?

No, you can share any tool you like in the Reversing Software section. This section is meant for tools you create, so they have more presence.

Youtoo 03-22-2015 21:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by mr.exodia (Post 98309)
No, you can share any tool you like in the Reversing Software section. This section is meant for tools you create, so they have more presence.

Reading through Reverse Software Section, what I noticed is this

Tool Name

Author : name

Info: url

Release Candidate 2: Quotes

Download Tool Link


Is this the structure we should use if the tool is not created by us?

mr.exodia 03-22-2015 21:13

Quote:

Originally Posted by Youtoo (Post 98499)
Reading through Reverse Software Section, what I noticed is this

Tool Name

Author : name

Info: url

Release Candidate 2: Quotes

Download Tool Link


Is this the structure we should use if the tool is not created by us?

No, only post tools you created!

Youtoo 04-08-2015 01:07

Quote:

Originally Posted by mr.exodia (Post 98500)
No, only post tools you created!

Alright, where should I post tool I bought myself and want to share it with community. Where should I post it?

mr.exodia 04-08-2015 01:33

If it is reversing software, post it in the reversing software section. Otherwise don't post it on exetools.


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