Trying to make the world of malware analysis and reverse engineering more approachable for beginners. I write tutorials and malware analysis reports in an easy-to-understand, beginner-friendly style to help others learn. I also create tools to aid in malware analysis and reverse engineering.
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For reverse engineering tasks I try to stick with free and open-source tooling to make it easier for others to follow along with my posts. My go-to disassembler is Cutter, a GUI interface for Rizin/Radare2. For debugging I use x64dbg for Windows binaries and Cutter for Linux executables. Other tools I commonly use are: