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Use this tag for questions regarding recommendations of frameworks, libraries, programs or hardware tools used during the process of reverse engineering. Please avoid using this tag for tool-specific questions that do not have their own tag.

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One good distro is Kali Linux, from the creators of BackTrack (BackTrack is no longer supported). Kali is Debian-based (unlike its predecessor, which was Ubuntu-based), and it has tools for reverse … engineering, data collection and analysis, HDD analysis, forensics, and many other purposes. I can't name the tools off the top of my head; you'd have to boot into it to know the full set of tools (if …
answered Mar 26 '13 by JMcAfreak
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"better" tools than DEBUG or DEBUGX, then what can I use to work with output from these two tools? My main goal is to create something that mimics the .COM program, but in a more manageable format (as far as code goes). …
asked Apr 18 '13 by JMcAfreak