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It's always good to have a big goal in mind, and with RE, the beginning stages of this pursuit may seem overwhelming. I see a lot of great answers here so just want to chip in with my take on what your immediate next steps should be. I agree, asm is a must. There's pros and cons for choosing a particular one but I suggest choosing one and really stick with ...


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What should I learn before I start to learn reverse engineering? Assembly is a must. Without deep understanding of assembly you cannot reverse engineer anything seriously. Additionally, you'll have to become familiar with relevant tools, depending on the platform; not knowing every detail of them, just basic use - you will learn more complex things in ...


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First of all, welcome to the fascinating and frustrating world of malware reversing. What should I learn before I start to learn reverse engineering? I believe that the best way is start to learn basic reverse engineering and improve as you go. Is learning programming with C/C++ a MUST? No, it's not a "MUST." However, if you don't know how to program,...


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Sorry for posting in Answer section (but i can't post comments without a reputation >= 50) so after using google a while my knowlege is: its a KUKA robot, $DYN_DAT is part of the $robocor.dat (which also contain other Arrays/Vars) - http://www.wtech.com.tw/public/download/manual/kuka/krc2/System_Variables_manual.pdf: "Contains the model data of the robot, ...


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the v20 stuff is simply this->mem = new(); where this is a structure of some sort the dynamicdata constructor you posted is actually filling up a struct with 0 you need to change the int a1 to struct foo* a1 prior to that you need to define the struct in ida so since it is returning the struct pointer you need to change the return value also as struct ...


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