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I want to study the assembler language, specifically for windows operating systems. I already reverse engineer malware for fun and debug things. I love programming in assembler and taking things apart. What should I study so that I can program in low level languages and reverse engineer other peoples software, maybe for antivirus companies? I'd be interested in any version of assembler, 8, 16, 32, 64 bit, even microcontrollers. Who does this? What job? Thanks
Asked By: JoeSmith - 12/11/2012
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You are in the best place and the best time for this kind of interest. You can get cheap microcontroller systems (for example, TI's LaunchPad will cost you $4.30 and includes two 16-bit micros and a board that includes easy ability to add daughter cards (many of which you can already buy for similar amounts of money... More
Answered By: Jonathan - 12/12/2012
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I would start by studying Computer Science and get a degree in that.
Answered By: Neunerball - 12/12/2012
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