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Who should the moderators be?
18 votes

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/...

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To what extent is discussing a specific target for RE allowed
4 votes

I think it's up to the poster to take the responsibility. Obviously, we can't talk too much about DRMs, protection scheme,... But posting disassembly or decompilation (hex-rays or anything) is OK - ...

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should we specify a tag for kernel reverse engineering?
4 votes

I personally think that user-mode and kernel reversing are very different, so we could specify a tag for anything kernel, and maybe no tag for user-mode, which is the default situation, especially for ...

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Reputation manipulation
3 votes

you shouldn't leave: you have great experience that I really respect. I admit having no reputation was frustrating at first: can't vote up/down, no links... So I perfectly understand your 'reps ...

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Reverse Engineering license data
2 votes

I personally think it's OK to ask and answer. After all, most reversing knowledge doesn't bring any harm to the original developer's business. And from my experience, as long as people really don't ...

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Wargames, crackmes and CTFs - how to deal with spoilers?
1 votes

suggestion just use for and so that conclusion

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What’s the “elevator pitch” for our site?
1 votes

tagline: techniques to understand how things actually work. nickname: StackReverse

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RE needs a logo header!
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Reverse engineering locks?
0 votes

I personally like lock-picking and brainteasers, which are interesting 'physical' forms of reverse engineering, however I'm also feeling it's too different to fit in - it probably requires its own ...

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specific OS-kernel tags or OS+kernel tags?
0 votes

I know there's a 5 tags limit per question, yet I think such sub-tag are confusing because then, what does linux defines? usermode only?

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Should we have a tool to mark beginner, intermediate and advanced level Q&As?
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While this is not a priority, why not? However, I think we'd also need advanced for questions that requires top-notch expertise, and, more importantly, the 5 tags limit per questions, which could be ...

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