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OpenRCE Article Comments: OpenRCE Site Launch

Article Abstract Initially launched at RECON 2005, the Open Reverse Code Engineering community was created to foster a shared learning environment among researchers interested in the field of reverse engineering. Heavily modeled on the architecture of Greg Hoglund's rootkit.com, OpenRCE aims to serve as a centralized resource for reverse engineers (currently heavily win32/security/malcode biased) by hosting files, blogs, forums articles and more. Some of the more unique aspects of this site include:

Distributed RCE: Listing and management of IDA/Olly Sync servers for the purpose of uniting reverse engineers analyzing the same target. Currently this portion of the site serves as a central server list. Eventually a dedicated server will be run on OpenRCE. Once established, an interesting experiment may be an attempted mass speed reverse engineering of newly discovered malicious binaries.

Packer Analysis Database: A centralized location containing the analysis of various executable packers and known unpacking methods.

Win32 Call Chains: An interactive interface to the function call trees of various Microsoft Windows Dynamic Link Libraries (DLLs). An experimental visualization is currently featured as well.

This website was written entirely from scratch and designed in a highly modular fashion to accommodate rapid growth and development of new features. As such, users are encouraged to contact site admins regarding feature requests and suggested additions. Special thanks to Ralph Schindler, Peter Silberman, Jamie Butler, Andrew Hintz, Ero Carrera, Quig and Dennis Elser for their help in getting OpenRCE off the ground.

The launch of OpenRCE is kicked off with the release of Olly Sync, an OllyDbg plug-in that enables synchronization with other OllyDbg and IDA Pro users via IDA Sync. The IDA Sync architecture enables collaboration among multiple analysts in real time. It enables information to be shared both across different tools and different versions of the same tool. Never again will you have to save a MAP file from IDA Pro and then load the MAP file into OllyDbg. Never again will you have to keep multiple copies of IDB files with different analyst's notes. Now all the information can be shared and synchronized in real time.

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Article Comments
OpsMan Posted: Wednesday, July 6 2005 21:37.53 CDT
It's about time! Great looking site. The site-launch article reveals some promising venues. Hope everything goes smoothly and the site will stay up to date. Plan to visit daily.

codeinject Posted: Wednesday, January 16 2013 07:43.30 CST
Time for http://www.openrce.org/forums/posts/2082#4709


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