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Old 07-28-2016, 02:25
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Hi guys,

Long time nerd here as well, started with MSX2 (Z80) assembly and reversing when I was eleven. I currently work in 'Cybersecurity'. Still enjoy making retro-style HTML5 demo's from time to time (besides the 'occasional' RE). Might know a few of you from other times & places ... Still looking forward to gaining (and sharing) knowledge, so greetz
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Old 07-28-2016, 04:20
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Hello everyone!

Hi, I am Pat / universalboy.

I work as millwright and as electromechanical technician, however I spend about half of my spare time doing programming, modding and cracking (much less these days, since I work too much).
I enjoy the challenges in reverse engineering of both software and hardware (machines, devices).

I've consulted ExeTools Forum many times and I've always wanted to be part of the community.
Finally, here I am! Now, I wish to express my gratitude by participating, by contributing and by sharing with everyone here.

I'm still an apprentice in many aspect of reversing and programming, nevertheless, I have some good knowledges and nice ideas to bring in discussions.
I hope that my participation will help others and improve my learning.

Thank you all!
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Old 07-28-2016, 17:07
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Hello, I am Volitch.

First of all, I am happy I could join this community.

I am a newbie RE/Anti-RE "student", getting on basics and solving different types of crackmes (for now). My main goal is to start writing hacks for games/learn how to bypass different anti-cheats systems, as this also requires RE skills.

This could be a little different type of RE, but still applies I guess.

I've been also programming in C# for 6+ years and now trying to get my hands on C/C++. Most of the projects I created were private clients' requests so there is nothing I could showcase.

So again, Thank You.
Cheers.
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Old 07-30-2016, 16:16
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Hi!

Hi, besides my account name is WorldCrackersUnited, I am best known as 'Karman'. I am the owner of site http://www.inexinferis.com/
and http://www.rompiendocodigo.net/
I am C++ programmer, I have some skills with ASM, and using IDA and olly.
In my real life my work is related to web development, database+php systems, and similar.
Excuse my english, my first language is spanish.
I forgot to mention that I was dedicated to develop gamehacks for some online games since some time (Like 2010 ), known as FPS games, well that only means extra money for me, but I have to say I learnt a lot from this experience.
see (note: I not mean to be spamming!)
http://www.inexinferis.com/index.php?topic=11421.0


Thanks everyone!
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Old 08-01-2016, 12:31
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Hello to the eXeTools community. I just wanted to introduce myself and give an enormous "thank you" for the opportunity to be a member here after many years of being an outside observer of the forum. Additionally, I want to say thank you to all of the individuals who have spent so much time and effort making this the best RCE forum on the internet.

Moving on to the introduction... I am a male in my late 20s and I live great in the great, although sadly screwed up at present, nation of the USA. Since I was about 10 years old I have been interested in programming (VB in the earliest days... yuck...), hardware modding (I was that kid that installed modchips in all his friends consoles), building custom gaming rigs, and general computer security.

In more recent times (roughly last decade or perhaps a little further back), I became much more interested in learning legitimate reversing skills rather than just being another script kiddy (we've all been there... right?). Initially started learning OllyDbg and in more recent years moved on to IDA and WinDbg. On the programming side, I have done serious dabbling in C++ and ASM, but I am by no means proficient in either. The only programming languages I would call myself proficient in are C# and Python (perhaps Ruby too... although not by choice... I had to use Metasploit professionally) which I have used a lot in past and current professions.

After working in the security industry for years, mostly as a security researcher doing bug hunting and writing exploits, I decided to go back to school and get my bachelor's degree in Computer Information Systems. Since then I have returned to the security industry and have continued my career in that field.

With all of that out of the way, which I doubt anyone actually cares about or will even read, I mostly just want to say I am happy to be here and be a part of the community. I am an easily approachable person and would be happy to help anyone or share my skills with others who do not have the same skill set as myself. I hope to find others in the community who will help me learn about topics that I don't have a lot of experience in (for example, unpacking has just never been a strong point for me... I definitely need to work on improving my skills in that area).

Finally, as an initial offering, or rather a show of gratitude for accepting me into your community, I will soon be posting a keygen (including a very well commented source) that I recently wrote (and have not shared with anyone) for a piece of virtualization software that is as-of-now publicly uncracked. As soon as I'm done cleaning up the code I will post it. I will post the Python source which is what I originally wrote it in, plus the C++ binary that I later converted the Python to (I can release the C++ source if anyone wants it... I just thought the Python source would be easier for people to learn from).
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Old 09-03-2016, 04:26
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Heya! My name is Cryo, and I'm a reverse engineering enthusiast, security researcher, pentester, hobbyist programmer, and animator.

My career as an infosec professional began about a year ago, and I'm currently part of the Incident Response team at a national organization doing blue team stuff. Funny enough, even though my job is almost fully blue team, I've obtained Offensive Security's OSCP and OSCE certifications, the latter of which is what really made me fall in love with reverse engineering and debugging.

As far as programming goes, I mainly work with Python when I need something automated quickly, but I'll use C or ASM if I want to focus on speed and efficiency. Most of my bigger stuff can be found on GitHub under the username KernelEquinox. I'm currently working on mapping out the .SAI file format for Paint Tool SAI files, but I'll also be attempting to create a keygen for it in the near future.

Unfortunately, while I love doing dynamic analysis using OllyDbg and x64dbg, I'm only vaguely familiar with using tools like IDA Pro, but I definitely hope to learn a lot about static analysis and further my knowledge in all other areas! I love both teaching and learning, and while I might be extremely antisocial, I'm hoping that meeting some of you and interacting with the community will help alleviate some of my posting anxiety.

I look forward to being part of the eXeTools family! =D
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Old 10-21-2016, 19:09
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Hi guys,

I recently joined exetools and would like to give you a short introduction. I am a reverse engineer with a background in maths and cryptography, focussing on (semi-) automated program analysis. Based on more theoretic concepts, I use methods/tools such as SMT solvers and symbolic execution to solve problems related to reverse engineering and exploitation.

I am open for interesting discussions, sharing ideas and learning new stuff
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Old 10-24-2016, 05:08
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already made a few posts but i suppose i should make a self-introduction too.

long-time reverser, fravia fan, former softice user. i also like type theory and functional programming. and this is really exciting to see:

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I am a reverse engineer with a background in maths and cryptography, focussing on (semi-) automated program analysis. Based on more theoretic concepts, I use methods/tools such as SMT solvers and symbolic execution to solve problems related to reverse engineering and exploitation.
can't wait to see more from you! ;]
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Old 11-19-2016, 16:44
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Hello, I'm Extern.

I'm fairly new to the reverse engineering community; I began reverse engineering Xbox 360 (PowerPC) software in 2012 (mostly things like bootloaders, the hypervisor, and the kernel) and this motivated me to move onto researching much more popular and modern architectures -- such as ARM & x86_64.

I joined this forum to take advantage of the great resources that this forum has to offer and to potentially help others along the way!
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Old 12-06-2016, 09:08
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Hello EXE Tools! Thanks for accepting me as a member to this great community. I look forward to helping others and learning more myself from many others that have more knowledge and experience than me.

I have been a casual reverser for some time, and remember the days of +Fravia and such, but have a longing for deep understanding that only comes with dedication and study. In addition to reversing, I enjoy many aspects of computers and technology. I have a particular interest in hardware and electronics.
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Old 12-11-2016, 16:37
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Hey everyone,

I'll start off with saying that I'm very glad to become apart of this community. Looking forward to learning and helping out where I can.

I'm in my thirties and from Dublin, Ireland. I'm currently a senior security analyst for $company. My background is a lot of security over the last 15+ years. Everything from security engineer, security consultant, security analyst, sysadmin, unix junkie, coder, pen tester - jack of all trades and expert in nothing

I have been involved in the hacking community in Ireland for a long time now. 10+ years with the Dublin 2600 group and I'm one of the founders of Ireland's first ever hackerspace. I attend at least two hacking conferences or camps a year. Although this year I have to work so I'm missing out on 33c3 in Hamburg and I'm quite sad about it! It was 25c3 in Berlin that inspired a group of us to start the hackerspace in Dublin.

I've always had an interest in reverse engineering but never spent enough quality time doing it permanently, that's been changing over the last year though. I've mostly done it in moments of anger and need in the past. Over the last few months I've dove into the open security training material and I'm now moving through the Practical Malware Analysis book. I also have a convenient supply of malware thanks to work which helps.

My focus is mostly on Windows executables and network protocols. I would however like to spend more time on ELF binaries but I find I deal with them mostly when playing CTF competitions.

Thanks,
Schrodyn (Schrodinger everywhere else ).
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Old 01-08-2017, 05:19
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Hey everyone,

I am IceSickle and I work as a malware analyst (looking to become a full time reverse engineer). In my free time, I enjoy pentesting and exploit development. When I am not at my computer, you can find me on bike or watching hockey. I look forward to learning and growing here and also helping other do the same!

Cheers!
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Old 01-17-2017, 09:37
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Hello everyone! Glad to be on board and excited to contribute. I've been interested in hacking and reverse engineering for quite some time and hope to be able to contribute interesting things.
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Old 01-21-2017, 20:43
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Hi, I'm fearless.

A programmer interested in coding and debugging using asm.

Recently I've helped create an assembler template for the x64dbg plugin SDK which can be found on github (https://github.com/mrfearless/x64dbg-Plugin-SDK-For-x86-Assembler).

I hope to be able to highlight some of my work, learn some new stuff and help others with some asm related topics if possible.

Thanks.
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Old 01-22-2017, 04:25
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welcome

welcome all new members
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