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Posted on 05-09-05 17:54
Does anyone know where to find a good site to learn some basic stuff about assembly. The reasons is passwords=Ollydbg=Assembly. Get it? Thanks in advance.


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Posted on 05-09-05 18:43
Not related, but I must say if you are going to try and have a catchy little siggie, try researching, pleading the fifth is allowed if you are testifying at someone elses trial so as to not show you are guilty at a later trial for you; Such as:

" Johnny paid you to kill the man?"
"Yes"
" And you did? So Johnny is guilty of hiring a hitman for an assassination?"
*Slight pause*
"...I plead the fifth..."

Like that... You can't plead the fifth at your own trial.. you can lie, but you can't plead the fifth;

Sorry for bursting your bubble;



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Posted on 25-09-05 10:47
Art of Assembly
Iczelion's Site

Those should get you started


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Posted on 25-09-05 19:26
WTF?!? You can't legally lie at your own trial, that's perjury. You can plead the 5th in your own trial, by not testifying. Perhaps, you should read the text of the 5th amendment:

...nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself...


It doesn't matter who is on trial, you always have the right against self-incrimination. Further, "pleading the 5th" isn't only limited to trial proceedings. That amendment applies to the entire judicial process.