I started mentoring someone on Reverse Engineering. We use a Wiki to communicate, feel free to join as a mentor or mentee.
Any thoughts on recovering Yahoo webmail? It seems like the sent email messages are somehow obfuscated in the java. Currently I am having problems with it using Encase 6. It appears that they have made changes in their java code. I found your Spidermonkey and thought that this might be a help.
Comment by Robert — Friday 7 March 2008 @ 14:43
No, Ive never looked at Yahoo mail.
Comment by Didier Stevens — Monday 17 March 2008 @ 22:31
Are you still maintaining this project? I’m very interesting on it, searching a mentor
Comment by Iñaki — Thursday 14 May 2009 @ 13:47
We can try, you can start. But as I said to other persons:
“But since it’s mentoring and not teaching, the main work is supposed
to be done by the mentee, not the mentor. And that’s probably why
nobody picks up where I left off.
I produced a couple of pages to get people started, but once they
completed these, they are supposed to produce the new pages for the
lessons under the guidance of the mentors.”
Comment by Didier Stevens — Thursday 14 May 2009 @ 17:29
Am also interested in reverse engineering
Comment by Deepu — Sunday 9 August 2009 @ 14:44
Feel free to contribute or ask questions ob the wiki
Comment by Didier Stevens — Monday 10 August 2009 @ 20:29
I’ll be attending the mentoring if you’re still willing to help us noobs, but i got to catch up, so give me some time to get into the environment.
Comment by Pintas — Thursday 4 November 2010 @ 22:17
Thank you for the project. Will probably create some new Lessons. Reverse engineering of PE is quite interesting, sadly its rarely useful in Industry.
Comment by michael — Wednesday 15 December 2010 @ 19:54
Do you still Mentor? I would be interested..
Comment by Rinat Ziyayev — Monday 18 June 2012 @ 14:23
@Rinat Not actively for the moment, not enough time. But you can always start the exercises and see how it goes.
Comment by Didier Stevens — Tuesday 19 June 2012 @ 16:59
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