Use this tag when asking questions related specifically to the NSA's Ghidra reverse engineering tool.

Ghidra is a reverse engineering tool created by NSA's Research Directorate and made available to the public in March 2019. One reason for the public release is assumed to be to harness community efforts and resources into the advancement of Ghidra, as it has been open sourced, documented through a wiki and users are encouraged to report issues and contribute. It provides a disassembler and a decompiler among other reverse engineering capabilities, integrated into a single tool.

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