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How to Launch and debug Ghidra from Eclipse with two Modules I'm developing at the same time?

I figured it out by trial and error. From the main Eclipse window: Click on the dropdown arrow on the "Debug As..." button in the toolbar. Select "Debug Configurations..." In the Configuration ...
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Modify, unpack, and rebuild an Android App Bundles (.aab) file

Can I give this .aab file to any developer to update my App? No you can't. The Android App Bundle usually contains compiled DEX code (and optional compiled .so libraries) very similar to the final ...
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Can you get the error-correction level of a QR code?

There is another answer over at StackOverflow that answers this very nicely. There is an even better answer over at SuperUser that includes a picture. In the end, they both point to the same source ...
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I need simple debugger source

Not exactly an RE question but MSDN has an example of the main loop. I also found this tutorial: https://www.codeproject.com/Articles/43682/Writing-a-basic-Windows-debugger
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Reverse Engineering Grocery Software API

I (a random bloke on the internet) would do these: read the EULA and terms&conditions. Do they explicitly prohibit/allow all/some parts of the API? is the API you're using internal or merely ...
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Generating Snapchat Snaptags ("QR" Codes)

Where I would start... Start by reading about QR codes. I would guess that QR codes aren't that far off from Snapcodes, but Snapcodes probably carry very little information. As in, they only contain ...
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Can you get the error-correction level of a QR code?

The specification for QR codes was easily findable on the internet the last time I checked. The redundancy level is encoded in the first two pixels below the top left alignment marker, and as ...
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How to avoid database / code mismatch when developing and debugging your own code in IDA?

“Reload input file” only refreshes the byte values, it does not reanalyze the file. So if, for example, you added some functions and the code moved, it may interfere with the existing analysis. If ...
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