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I remember back in the day, there used to be a website where users would post hackits in the form of win32 exes for users to crack. Usually the goal was to defeat some sort of DRM, such as a nag screen, etc. The challenges would be classified by skill level- ranging from beginner to intermediate and so on. I can't find the website or similar resources.

Do you know of any such resource where users could practice their reverse engineering skills (particularly in the win32 domain)?

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not sure but this might help u… – BlueBerry - Vignesh4303 Aug 6 '13 at 9:12
@Lonelybaby : Wow. I didn't even know that there was a reverseengineering.stackexchange even! Thanks for that. I think is closest to what i am looking for. – nedR Aug 6 '13 at 9:19
up vote 3 down vote accepted is perhaps the most comprehensive website in this category.

Also Keygen challenges at are good .

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