Here are some of the comments for the Reverse Engineering for Beginners book
• “It’s very well done .. and for free .. amazing.”1 Daniel Bilar, Siege Technologies, LLC.
• “…excellent and free”2 Pete Finnigan, Oracle RDBMS security guru.
• “… book is interesting, great job!” Michael Sikorski, author of Practical Malware Analysis: The Hands-On Guide to
Dissecting Malicious Software.
• “… my compliments for the very nice tutorial!” Herbert Bos, full professor at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, co-author
of Modern Operating Systems (4th Edition).
• “… It is amazing and unbelievable.” Luis Rocha, CISSP / ISSAP, Technical Manager, Network & Information Security at
• “Thanks for the great work and your book.” Joris van de Vis, SAP Netweaver & Security specialist.
• “… reasonable intro to some of the techniques.”3
(Mike Stay, teacher at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center,
• “I love this book! I have several students reading it at the moment, plan to use it in graduate course.”4
Research Assistant Professor at the Computer Science Department at Dartmouth College)
• “Dennis @Yurichev has published an impressive (and free!) book on reverse engineering”5 Tanel Poder, Oracle RDBMS
performance tuning expert.
- I Code patterns 1
- II Important fundamentals 528
- III Finding important/interesting stuff in the code 534
- IV OS-specific 555
- V Tools 608
- VI More examples 614
- VII Examples of reversing proprietary file formats 726
- VIII Other things 748
- IX Books/blogs worth reading 766
- X Exercises 770
- Afterword 805
- Appendix 807
- Acronyms used 842
The download link for this free book can be found here
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