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NewsA new set of forum rules has been created.
They are here to keep life on the forum enjoyable and keep the forum clean.

I suggest everybody reads them. :-)


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ASM basic tutorial

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TutorialsLevel : beginner

This is a pretty good ASM programming tutorial by Mad Wizard. It explains, in clear language, what you need to know to start coding in win32 assembler. It's mainly focused on MASM, but it can be used to learn coding in other asm compilers as well. This is in my opinion also a must-read for anyone who starts reversing.

The tutorial is a HTML help file which can be downloaded here: attachment


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Most Recent Post: 04/07 06:44PM by BoR0

FLTK Patchme

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CrackmesLevel : 2/10
OS : windows
Language : C++



FLTK PatchmeThis is a simple FLTK patchme, just enable the buttons, disable the nags, and make sure that u can click both of the checkboxes and radio buttons.


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Most Recent Post: 04/19 02:39PM by |ShAdOw|

Reversing Phox 7 crackme

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TutorialsLevel : beginner

Patching a crackme to reveal the inputbox, and writing a small bruter to find the wanted password.


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Most Recent Post: 07/04 06:23PM by detten

Using native system calls

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CodingLevel : intermediate

OS : windows
Language : ASM

How to use interrupts directly instead of using the windows API.


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Most Recent Post: 04/05 12:21PM by BoR0
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