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I strongly vouch for Igor Skochinsky. The amount and quality (in both length and details) of his answers speak for themselves. It might sound redundant as he's already the moderator of r/ReverseEngineering, but I don't see anyone more qualified and showing more dedication. EDIT: Hi, Igor here. Here's my card. profile for Igor Skochinsky on Stack Exchange, ...


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I would also like to nominate Peter Andersson. The reasons should also be obvious from the answers and conduct. profile for Peter Andersson on Stack Exchange, a network of free, community-driven Q&A sites http://stackexchange.com/users/flair/2516828.png


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To start things off, the faq should contain : If you have a question about ... software analysis (static or dynamic) disassembly or decompilation hardware analysis and testing tools commonly used for reverse engineering hardware or software hindering reverse engineering efforts and it is not about ... performance evaluation performance testing software ...


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There is no need for misspelled versions of a tag. As the tag has now been removed (and is not used by any question), it will get deleted in some time. Also, as we are following the policy of having plural tags, disassemblers created.


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Here's how the list would look from my perspective. I had accidentally closed the tab with my original proposal, so I had to write it up from scratch and probably left out some stuff I considered important in the original (my commentary on the existing answer was a bit more chatty for example). If you have a question about ... reverse engineering software ...


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Yes, it should be explicitly mentioned in the FAQ. It could be explicitly specified either as a topic in the list of good-topics or as a separate line under the list. I would prefer it being added as a point in the list of good topics.


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I think both should be merged into anti-debugging


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I had a look at the IDA website, and the software comes in three versions as stated in the question, freeware, IDA Starter and IDA Professsional. IDA seems to be the correct tag that encompasses all these. Hence, ida is now the master tag. idapro is the synonym. I havent retagged the idapro questions as of now.


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Poof! They are gone. On a serious note, that is normal behavior. Those questions were tagged with ida before the synonym relation to idapro was made. Tag synonyms affect future associations, whereas past tagging needs to be handled explicitly/manually. I just did the retags.


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Good catch. winapi Done.


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Oh, look: 45 of 'em, hot off the forge.


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