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Can you please suggest me good starting learning resources for Reverse Engineering. I am a complete newbie to reverse engineering but have good programming experience. I have experience in programming on Linux/C++ & Java.

I would appreciate an example based approach as it becomes boring to learn tons of theory without getting a chance to apply it.

Thanks.

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I recommend http://beginners.re/ . The book is good, has plenty of examples and exercises.

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