Pursuant to my last post of black box reverse engineering, a piece of sliverware (hi spoon!) emailed me and tipped me off to various programs hosted at a site called OpenRCE. The RCE stands for reverse code engineering. Nice logo, too:
I do appreciate it when people clue me into other resources out there dedicated to the fine art of reverse engineering. The articles and utilities hosted at OpenRCE appear to be a little more focused towards understanding malware which is a domain with somewhat different characteristics than multimedia, but certainly no less challenging.
In particular, my attention was directed to a Python-based RE framework called Pai Mei as well as another tool named Process Stalker.
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