I spend a lot of time reading other peoples work and searching through countless sources trying to find the solutions I need to whatever problem I’m tackling at the time. As everyone no doubt knows, the answer is never found in one place and can take a lot of searching to find the combination you need. So, I thought I’d record the combinations that I have found and continue to use now, 1. for my own use, to look back on if I need to revisit a skill I’ve not used for a while, and 2. to share with others trying to start in this area to hopefully save them some time.

I’m pretty busy but I hope to post when I can. I’ll be looking to post about things I’m working on in the reverse engineering space and I will try to include some useful mini blogs on tools and techniques, including some scripts I’ve developed to make my analysis easier.

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