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Old 12-15-2005, 05:32 PM
anunitu anunitu is offline
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I may or may not post, unless it seems something importent to add. I tend to be a knowledge seeker, and from time to time make the jump from that knowledge to something new. A simple idea, or perhaps a different way of looking at something. I try very hard not to post frivolus things.
I did recognise a few handles from other sites that I belong to, so that prompted me to register here. I have followed RE for quite a while, I am pushing 60, so I have aquired a little information
surfing the web, and just from reading. I started way back on a C64, learning 6502 assembler, and have been hooked on computers and programming ever since.

Anunitu B)

Also very glad to see a new RE site, I have followed Fravia for a while, until he left, perhaps I will see his work online again.
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Old 12-31-2005, 12:14 AM
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Originally posted by sna@Feb 22 2005, 05:28 PM
Hi.
I've noticed that a lot of people sign up for forum membership but never post anything. Does that mean we have a complete forum, that there's nothing more to add to it? Perhaps it's time to send this thing off to a publisher. We could make a fortune...
Seriously though, how come you sign up but decide to remain in the shadows? We need you all to contribute to be able to bring this message board forward and make it better. That's why i'm going to ask that all you newcomers answer a couple of questions:
1) How did you end up at reteam.org ?
2) What is your objective on this forum?
3) Which topics of discussion interest you the most?
4) What languages do you speak?
5) If you haven't - How come you haven't started any threads about topics that interest you?
6) Anything else you want to add.
Regards, sna
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1. google++;
2. info on reversing and learning asm.
3. Programing, Finding SMA
4. English, some C++
5. I just joined give me a bit!!
6. Lets have a beer.
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Old 02-19-2006, 02:58 PM
SjaakRake SjaakRake is offline
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1) How did you end up at reteam.org ?
2) What is your objective on this forum?
3) Which topics of discussion interest you the most?
4) What languages do you speak?
5) If you haven't - How come you haven't started any threads about topics that interest you?
6) Anything else you want to add.
Following a link posted on HackThisSite.org's IRC that pointed to CrackZ's site.
Expanding my knowledge to the reversing front. Using newly learned ASM techniques in creating better exploits or shellcode.
Remote exploiting
Dutch, English, French, German even fucking Latin, Programming: C/Java/PHP/Perl/ASM
Because I just joined in and I thought it was a nice thing to introduce myself first.
Power to the dutchies!
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Old 03-13-2006, 11:52 AM
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1) How did you end up at reteam.org ?
2) What is your objective on this forum?
3) Which topics of discussion interest you the most?
4) What languages do you speak?
5) If you haven't - How come you haven't started any threads about topics that interest you?
6) Anything else you want to add.
1) Was looking for a reeng. message board
2) Find useful information, learn more about reeng., meet other people keen on these subjects
3) File unpacking, RCE, Crypto and Rev/Soc eng.
4) English, French, Indonesian, a bit of spanish and a bit of mandarin
5) I've just registered, won't be long before i start posting :P
6) :unsure: hmmm... nope, nothing else i can think of.
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Old 03-31-2006, 01:56 AM
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Old 05-11-2006, 03:59 AM
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Originally posted by sna@Feb 23 2005, 12:28 AM
Hi.
I've noticed that a lot of people sign up for forum membership but never post anything. Does that mean we have a complete forum, that there's nothing more to add to it? Perhaps it's time to send this thing off to a publisher. We could make a fortune...
Seriously though, how come you sign up but decide to remain in the shadows? We need you all to contribute to be able to bring this message board forward and make it better. That's why i'm going to ask that all you newcomers answer a couple of questions:
1) How did you end up at reteam.org ?
2) What is your objective on this forum?
3) Which topics of discussion interest you the most?
4) What languages do you speak?
5) If you haven't - How come you haven't started any threads about topics that interest you?
6) Anything else you want to add.
Regards, sna
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1) got here from a google search on "reverse engineering", liked it, downloaded a few articles, saw the $300 challenge in the forum, decided i had to flame it, joined.
2) this seems to be a great place to learn about things that interest me -
3) disassembly/decompilation, in particular of windows executables under linux (i like to call this cross-reversing). reversing file formats, unpacking (in short, what you need to get stuff from the gates of hell work under a decent opsys)
emulators (wine, bochs)
4) german (native), english; i know enough spanish and french that i can read them with some difficulty; i took som courses on other languages (japanese, turkish, farsi, russian) but it would be saying too much that i know even the basics
5) right now, i'm too distracted by my daytime work, but hopefully soon...
6) have fun

regards, kg
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Old 05-11-2006, 10:53 AM
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Welcome to the board kgrill. Always glad to see new faces.

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Old 06-08-2006, 10:17 PM
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Originally posted by sna@Feb 22 2005, 07:28 PM
Hi.
I've noticed that a lot of people sign up for forum membership but never post anything. Does that mean we have a complete forum, that there's nothing more to add to it? Perhaps it's time to send this thing off to a publisher. We could make a fortune...
Seriously though, how come you sign up but decide to remain in the shadows? We need you all to contribute to be able to bring this message board forward and make it better. That's why i'm going to ask that all you newcomers answer a couple of questions:
1) How did you end up at reteam.org ?
2) What is your objective on this forum?
3) Which topics of discussion interest you the most?
4) What languages do you speak?
5) If you haven't - How come you haven't started any threads about topics that interest you?
6) Anything else you want to add.
Regards, sna
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I am actually a member at alot of other forums. Mostly iden (phone company releases phones strictly for nextel) forums. The amount of hacking that goes on there is insane. The phones have lots of things that are desired to be changed. One of the more recent programs that i was apart of releasing, actually downloaded a theme into the phone. It was being produced by this faggot and his friends. He claimed it to be unhackable well another guy took that as a challenge. Though he did do most of the work i did contribute. Well now i want to be able to learn as much as i can so that any program i come across i can unpack. I mean for informational purpouses only. lol.

1) Google
2) Gain knowledge
3) Too may too list
4) English
5) i just registerd 30 seconds ago
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Old 06-11-2006, 11:56 PM
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frenz.. i'm nooob in reversing.. motive is bit curious abt reversing..


1) How did you end up at reteam.org ?
Google
2) What is your objective on this forum?
Die learning n sharing
3) Which topics of discussion interest you the most?
Everything about reversing .. cos i'm totally a noooob
4) What languages do you speak?
English
5) If you haven't - How come you haven't started any threads about topics that interest you?
Planning to
6) Anything else you want to add.
More n more tutorialz...


thnkz being my frenz...

cheerz

raj
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Old 06-22-2006, 06:38 AM
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1) How did you end up at reteam.org ?
good question.. :blink: im pretty sure i found it while searching for crudds CM #3

2) What is your objective on this forum?
Learning more about coding ASM (SMC, memory patching, etc)

3) Which topics of discussion interest you the most?
manual unpacking, SMC, old school protection

4) What languages do you speak?
English

5) If you haven't - How come you haven't started any threads about topics that interest you?
Just joined about 10 minutes ago.
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