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Apple's portable media player, first version released on November 10, 2001.
use for questions related to Visual Basic Automation (commonly used for scripting/macros in Microsoft Office Products)
For questions about words, phrases and definitions that are specific to reverse engineering.
Debugger functionality that allows to count how many times some piece of code was executed.
Domain Generation Algorithms. Any question that is related to a malware's DGA or to DGA concepts should be labeled as such.
DEC VAX architecture
IEEE ISO/IEC 15205:2000 (IEEE Std 1496-1993) SBus -- Chip and Module Interconnect Bus
recommending concepts of right and wrong behavior such as code of conduct, honourable behaviours and virtues
a 'web compiler' that compiles web pages into a single binary blob
Apple's web browser for macOS, iOS and Windows
SuperH processor family, created by Hitachi and later acquired by Renesas. 32-bit RISC core with mostly 16-bit instructions.