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= Founded in June of 2005 as the brainchild of Pedram Amini, '''the Open Reverse Code Engineering community was created to foster a shared learning environment among researchers interested in the field of reverse engineering.''' Heavily modeled on the architecture of Greg Hoglund's rootkit.com, '''OpenRCE''' aims to serve as a centralized resource for reverse engineers (currently heavily win32/security/malcode biased) by hosting files, blogs, forums articles and more.  
 
= Founded in June of 2005 as the brainchild of Pedram Amini, '''the Open Reverse Code Engineering community was created to foster a shared learning environment among researchers interested in the field of reverse engineering.''' Heavily modeled on the architecture of Greg Hoglund's rootkit.com, '''OpenRCE''' aims to serve as a centralized resource for reverse engineers (currently heavily win32/security/malcode biased) by hosting files, blogs, forums articles and more.  
  
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Latest revision as of 00:20, 23 November 2009

= Founded in June of 2005 as the brainchild of Pedram Amini, the Open Reverse Code Engineering community was created to foster a shared learning environment among researchers interested in the field of reverse engineering. Heavily modeled on the architecture of Greg Hoglund's rootkit.com, OpenRCE aims to serve as a centralized resource for reverse engineers (currently heavily win32/security/malcode biased) by hosting files, blogs, forums articles and more.

URL = http://www.openrce.org/