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The National Security Agency released a previously classified reverse-engineering app for free—and so far people in the information security community love it.

Rob Joyce, the NSA’s senior cybersecurity adviser, presented Ghidra, a tool to decompile, reverse engineer, and analyze malware, at the RSA conference in San Francisco on Tuesday evening.

The agency had announced the release of Ghidra weeks ago, and the hype among cybersecurity professionals was comparable to that of Star Wars fans awaiting the trailer for Episode IX. Ghidra used to be an internal NSA tool for years. Its existence was first

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