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  1. Thank you for sharing this! The archives are password protected, though. What's the password?
  2. My only problem with telegram is that I don't want to give my phone number. I tried several temporary ones but the ones that worked had already been used.
  3. What I don't like about mega is that they can partially delete a folder so one has to check to make sure everything is still there. Also, there's a quota so free users with a static IP are out of luck.
  4. Don't be lazy. There's even a link to amazon in the opening post. The description there says it's for beginners.
  5. As others have said, usually, C, C++, assembly, but, in general, it depends on the malware. If a malware is written in a language X and it's interpreted, then you need to know X. If it's compiled to some kind of machine language Y, then you need to know Y. For general reverse engineering, I can recommend 2 advanced books: Practical Reverse Engineering: x86, x64, ARM, Windows Kernel, Reversing Tools, and Obfuscation Practical Binary Analysis: Build Your Own Linux Tools for Binary Instrumentation, Analysis, and Disassembly These books will either fascinate or scare you away.
  6. I wouldn't count on that. He/she says: "Buy Long-term Premium Accounts To Support Me & Max Speed".
  7. Just remove the trailing [/hide] from the url.
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