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Old 01-26-2017, 22:12
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Hello to everyone!

Great to be here, thanks for the invite. I do a lot of reversing, mostly ARM64 lately.
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Old 01-26-2017, 23:09
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Hey,

First and foremost thank you for allowing me to join this community, I hope I can give back as much as I've learned from the things some of the members have released here or otherwise.

I'm H4vC or HvC (and a few dozen other names I've used along the years) a student still (albeit phd student not in a related field unfortunately) and a neophyte reverse engineer, I started out hacking games like a lot of us do then moved on to cracking and key-genning commercial software for education and entertainment and recently taken an interest in reversing malware.

Thanks for reading, looking forwards to talking with you all.
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Old 02-06-2017, 09:46
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Hello, everyone!

I've wanted to join for a very long time, and finally got the opportunity!
I'd just like to say thank you to everyone for your contributions on here, as I've learned a lot over the years from you all.

I've been reversing Android apps for quite a while, and have some experience with Windows applications as well.
I'm hoping to share some of my knowledge, as well as gaining more knowledge from you guys.

Thank you all!
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Old 02-06-2017, 09:47
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Hello !,

I am Elesty from France ! I'm working as a consultant and I would like to learn more about reverse engineering. I'm currently focusing in Java and other interpreted software reversing that is much easier to reverse, and in parallel I'm studying assembly x86 reversing.

Like H4vC, I would also like to thank you for allowing me to join this community.
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Old 03-03-2017, 02:45
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Hello everyone!
Hi TechLord,Jasi & Kjacky

Myself Abhi & i am from India.First of all i wanna thank @Aaron for allowing me to join this amazing community!! I am currently 2nd year BTech student in Electrical Branch & have a keen interest in RE.

I was very curious that how this forum looks from inside & i wanted to get Membership here- in my teens without any invite or recommendation.So i thought to try to join here one day & was able to register very next day(without any invite/recommendation)

Currently i have little experience with RCE as i started learning it in July/August 2016, after i saw an android crack of jasi2169 & felt RCE is cool

I hope to learn & share a lot from here

Greetz!!
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Old 04-11-2017, 13:10
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Hello Hello

Aloha to you all.

I have dabbled with reversing an old DOS game. I enjoyed the experience immensely. I hope to learn and be able to contribute back to the community.
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Old 05-11-2017, 15:36
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Hello Everyone

I'm Sterling, android and mainly iOS modder. Reversing mobile games/apps is my hobby since 2015. Thanks for approving my registration, it's a pleasure to be around

Peace
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Old 05-18-2017, 18:16
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Hello Everyone!

I recently registered thanks to the open registration and Aaron (thank you!).
I'm currently a student getting a degree in a (computer) related field. Unfortunately I have limited time now due to tests and exams.

I have actually started programming as a kid on a C64 I have found and I still think it's the best thing, because C64 BASIC teaches you assembly (style concepts) without actually teaching you raw assembly. I'm one of those guys.
I have past experience with low-level stuff and basic reversing. I have been greatly interested in low-level things since forever. Partially that's where my interest in reversing comes from. Currently my low-level knowledge is a lot better than my practical reversing knowledge/skills. I always liked knowing how stuff works at the core and how it makes the whole thing work.
I currently dabble with electronics too so think of tiny, tiny computers.

I'm looking forward to learning from you guys and giving back what I learn in the process.

End of lengthy intro, thanks for reading guys.
c0rin
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Old 05-20-2017, 22:04
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Hi there!

I'm a Spanish Computer Engineering student fond of both frontend and backend development, as well as sysadmin.
My reverse engineering appetency came from a friend of mine, who introduced me to crackmes.de (when it was still alive :/) and I really liked a lot: trying to understand how code works without his code is intriguing yet addictive!
I hope to learn a lot here, and try to contribute whenever I think I got something useful.

Cheers!
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Old 05-30-2017, 16:00
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Hello, and thanks for having me—I'm a RCE aficionado, and have been for years. Glad to be here!
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Old 06-10-2017, 21:10
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Hi am Yelawolf from Guyana. I learn reverse engineering from lena's reversing for newbies, crackmes.de tutorials and trial and error.
I actually started programming on Ti83+ calc modding game code and witting code to do math problem. The language I know now are C#, c\c++, vb.net, python, and x86 asm (masm and nasm).

Thank you for allowing me to join this community.
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Old 07-06-2017, 13:12
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Hello everyone! I'm zeffy.

I've lurked here for a several years, but finally decided to join. You may or may not have already heard of me in recent months, as one of my projects (https://github.com/zeffy/wufuc) has been featured in several tech news articles around the web.

I'm familiar with C, C#, x86 assembly, and some others. Been into programming for nearly a decade, and focused solely on reverse engineering for about half of that.

Very excited to be a part of this great community, thank you all for having me.
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Old 07-20-2017, 05:26
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Hello new post readers!

Been lurking around for a little bit, realized that I need to commit more to learning and being involved with others.

Probably on the younger side of most people here, my current interests are .NET, JVM, Python and most processor types. Web reversing is probably going to be my next really big dive, along with any new web DRM.

Looking for a mentor of sorts, someone to tell me good leads and let me figure out the bulk of it.

Also looking for a CTF team to take me in as a intern or student of some kind. Exploiting things is a dream but understanding of how to find exploits with out fuzzing is a bit lacking.

Deeper Code Analysis > de-obfuscation / unpacking.

Black box is always more fun.

Teaching others by hand is worth the time if they pay it forward. Hate just pushing people away because they don't know what to google

Python > any others (Ruby is the exception for puppet)
x64dbg > olly/imudbg
DNSpy > Reflector
IDA > All
WinDbg > better then giving up

Favorite VS plugin: pInvoke
Favorite IDA plugin: IDABuddy

Coolest thing I have taken apart?

Back in highschool the security cameras were web based. Happened to be using silverlight. Download the application locally, extract files, peek in the dlls and there was no "real" auth. Never got to use it though Fun adventure for the not much younger but still really new to RE me.


Thanks for reading! Tried to keep the intro colorful to try to inspire some more creative things in the future!

-RiRye
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