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Jay
02:05:33
do you know what the release cycle is for Ghidra?
wk
02:07:23
looks like monthly from the website
Meyer
02:07:33
do you know what makes ghidra more or less effective than ida?
Suzanne.Matthews
02:13:08
do you have support for A72 or other ARM architectures?
John Krautheim
02:23:16
Where can I get more detailed documentation or a guidebook?
Chuck Begian
02:23:53
You are working on interesting things. Do you have a contact email address that you can share?
John Krautheim
02:23:59
Ghidra also has the decompiler which Ida does not.
wk
02:24:14
ida pro is not free either
wk
02:25:06
are there any visualizations available?
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02:25:24
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Suzanne.Matthews
02:25:42
From a curricular perspective: where do you see Ghidra fitting in teaching reversing concepts? Do you think there is still value in teaching students how to read assembly before giving them access to a tool like Ghidra?
John Krautheim
02:27:00
I would suggest teaching Assembly code first.
Bryson Payne UNG
02:27:29
Thanks for an awesome tool - it's made Reverse Engineering much easier to teach, and it levels the field for schools withouth funding for commercial tools like IDA Pro, etc.
Jay
02:27:34
Are there sample binaries available to practice working with GHIDRA>
Jay
02:28:00
Or perhaps video walk throughs?
John Krautheim
02:28:28
There are some good YouTube videos. GhidraNinja has a few. Just do a search.
Bryson Payne UNG
02:28:57
Codebreaker resource files from prior years are great resources, agreed!
wk
02:29:10
had not heard of GhidraNinja, thanks
John Krautheim
02:29:34
Starts tomorrow
wk
02:29:37
is there a way to look at the pcode?
Bryson Payne UNG
02:29:38
Starts Friday at Noon
Bryson Payne UNG
02:32:19
Thanks, Dan!
canda_000
02:32:41
Thank you!
Suzanne.Matthews
02:32:46
Thanks!