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    Hi guys, Is there any programs that I can get to break down programs ie: k-lite and some other programs so that I can create new builds and such?

    thx,

    bulio

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    You want to disassemble executables?

    Well, maybe you can try IDA Pro Disassembler and Debugger. Can find it online. Not free of course.

    There are reverse engineering tutorials online.
    Google is thy friend and Suprnova has pretty much everything.

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    Originally posted by Xero Grid@12 April 2004 - 22:16
    You want to disassemble executables?

    Well, maybe you can try IDA Pro Disassembler and Debugger. Can find it online. Not free of course.

    There are reverse engineering tutorials online.
    Google is thy friend and Suprnova has pretty much everything.

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    sort of. What I want to do is get a prog that will let me view the source of the .exe&#39;s like klite 2.6.xxx so that I can modify it (the c++ code, or whatever code it is) and create my own new features, fix bugs and stuff.

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    Well, I don&#39;t know how to write my own programs yet. I&#39;m going to try and teach myself, but I keep putting it off.

    I do know that IDA is a good tool, but I have seen C++ reverse engineering guides and hacking tutorials (.pdf format) on suprnova.

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    Use a Hexeditor - like- Exescope

    and

    simple builder
    Neobook (dont underestimate its simple interface)
    version 4 is free

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    k, thx i&#39;ll try them out

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    1) Learn C++.
    2) Learn Win32ASM.
    3) Learn Linux ASM.
    4) Learn how to read in binary, hexadecimal, octal, Unicode, t-base, etc.
    5) Have someone show up at your door with a Miranda card.

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    Originally posted by haxor41789@13 April 2004 - 05:48
    1) Learn C++.
    2) Learn Win32ASM.
    3) Learn Linux ASM.
    4) Learn how to read in binary, hexadecimal, octal, Unicode, t-base, etc.
    5) Have someone show up at your door with a Miranda card.


    lol, I&#39;m taking a course in c++ next semester

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