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bitRAKE



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Is there any chance asmcoder is not working on malware? Yes. Is anyone forced to help him? No. Does he continue to contribute to the board? Yes. Has anyone asked for greater details about the project he is working on? (Might be a good approach, but he does not seem very forward in that regard.)

Smile asmcoder, what you working on? You're obviously making people nervious - no need to continue the charade. How old are you? Are you angry with anyone? Question

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OzzY



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I don't think discussing code that could be used for malware does any harm to the board. ( if it's clearly not a malware source code)

Actually, aren't we supposed to talk about low level code? Very Happy

We shouldn't support spreading malware, but even malware code is helpful source of learning.

I learned a lot reading VX zines.

The knowledge must be shared. What people do with the knowledge is their own problem.

For example: I think it's not OK to teach EXE infections here. But what's the problem in talking about the API CreateFile?

I hope you get the idea! Very Happy
Post 11 Sep 2008, 04:40
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