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    GCB engine release.

    GCBE(Control Flow Graph Creation And Build Engine) - this is the base engine for morphing(x86). To create and build the graph. Allows us to solve very complex problems associated with graphs.

    http://indy-vx.narod.ru/Bin/GCBE.zip

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    hm, dELTA, so you are putting in CRECTL also tools related to virusology?
    is that safe choice?

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    A knife is a weapon, but its use is not prohibited for peaceful purposes

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    problem not in weapon/not-weapon, but will be you sued for that-thing.

    btw, for dld your zip, one must turn off AV. can that behavior avoided?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Indy View Post
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    A knife is a weapon, but its use is not prohibited for peaceful purposes
    Such as for instance watermarking!?....

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    I agree that most tools on our site could be used for malicious purposes if someone wanted to, so that's irrelevant. Code flow analysis can be very useful for "normal" reversing/unpacking/deobfuscation too.

    Indy, could you possibly provide us with a little more thorough description of the capabilities for that tool? That would be great.
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