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NSA publishes Ghidra, an integrated reverse engineering environment

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  1. [4]
    ThatFanficGuy
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    Fascinating. This works with any sort of software, not merely viruses, correct? Also, fun fact: you can't access the actual Ghidra's website from a Russian IP. All other, VPN options work, even if...

    Fascinating. This works with any sort of software, not merely viruses, correct?

    Also, fun fact: you can't access the actual Ghidra's website from a Russian IP. All other, VPN options work, even if some of them take a while. My IP? "Access denied".

    10 votes
    1. [3]
      Sen
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      Yes it's for lots of different software. Even works on APKs. The geo-block is for legal reasons. There's laws restricting export of certain software.

      Yes it's for lots of different software. Even works on APKs.

      The geo-block is for legal reasons. There's laws restricting export of certain software.

      9 votes
      1. [2]
        ThatFanficGuy
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        Seems ridiculous, considering (A) they're already releasing it publicly, (B) it's going open-source some time this March. Is there a way not to export open-source software?

        There's laws restricting export of certain software.

        Seems ridiculous, considering (A) they're already releasing it publicly, (B) it's going open-source some time this March. Is there a way not to export open-source software?

        6 votes
        1. arghdos
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          If it makes you feel better, I'd bet the same thing would occur for any Iranian, Cubans or Iranian Tilders as well, export controls being what they are

          If it makes you feel better, I'd bet the same thing would occur for any Iranian, Cubans or Iranian Tilders as well, export controls being what they are

          3 votes