NirIzr
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Should we keep the "reverse-engineering" tag?
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Right now the reverse-engineering tag has a dozen questions, four of which by a single user, who's also relatively new to stack-exchange. Eleven out of the twelve questions were asked by a user of ...

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Renaming "idapro-plugins" and "idapro-sdk"
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I strongly believe tags should be renamed to ida-sdk and ida-plugins. The rename from "idapro" to "ida" is aligned with a similar older change discussed here and with the current status of idapro ...

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Are questions that involve DRM reverse engineering allowed?
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It is quite common to have questions asking about ways to bypass all sorts of protection mechanisms here. I do not think DRM should be any different. It is impossible for us to know wether what you'...

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Do we need the tag tools?
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Nowadays, the tools tag is no longer strictly used for tool recommendations. It occasionally accompanies general tool questions, a couple of examples: 1, 2, 3, 4. I've even sinned so myself partially ...

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Renaming "idapro-plugins" and "idapro-sdk"
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The rename from the plural idapro-plugins to the singular idapro-plugin seems more natural to me, but I cannot provide any actual arguments. If this answer gets upvoted I'll rename idapro-plugins to ...

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bindiff verses bin-diffing tags
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2 votes

The current name is quite confusing, and I would suggest replacing it with something a bit more clear, such as tool-bindiff instead. Although there's no such convention (and this might justify ...

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How to encourage users to post search-engine friendly content?
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Of the questions OP linked, I find only the later two out of the four to be problematic in that aspect, and my answer will focus on those two. When the question is made clear enough but textual ...

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Typicals of CMSs - off topic?
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Although the FAQ quote is arguably describing your question, I think the community consensus is quite clear. The skills and expertise required to reverse engineer a program, a firmware or a security ...

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