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I am trying to reverse a Seed/Key algorithm. i have some sample and knowledge about it, for example i know this algorithm work with only "xor" and "shift" operations. some sample shown in below: seed key --------- ---------- 0x01010101 0xDFBB4565 0x02020202 0x21028781 0x02010101 0xB1C7ED2B 0x08010101 0xFB9718DE is this enough for reverse this algorithm? according to the this Question i know this algorithm will be must like each other but i dont know what is difference between them. how i can reverse this algorithm and how i can reverse anything like this?

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  • Usually seed is an additional input factor that changes the generated key. Hence you are missing the first input parameter (a password, a key or a static key dependent on what is used by the program the code comes from).
    – Robert
    Feb 16 '20 at 12:28
  • thanks Robert, yes of course but seed mean is different here. seed is input of a function that generate key as output.that function have a loop for 0x23 time(-or another value) and shifitng and xor,( i decribe this function in reverseengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/23256/…. so i can't calculate this constant value AND i like to know generally, how i can reverse kind of this algorithms. thanks,
    – Unicornux
    Feb 16 '20 at 13:06

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