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Session 5 – Reverse Engineering Basics and Tool Guide

Some tools like ollydbg, IDA pro etc. are little bit complex and may not make much sense at first. The most important part in reverse engineering is to deeply understand your tools. The 50% of success depends on the tools and rest is on your knowledge and experience.

Check the help files (for example: ollydbg help file is very good) and reference links. And as always first master your tools and then move to next steps.

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