Reverse Engineering

Can I legally post a Ghidra database from a reverse engineering effort to GitHub?

I'm starting work on reverse engineering an old original X-Box game and was wondering, can I commit the Ghidra database that I've worked on so far to GitHub. Does the database contain copyright or proprietary data from the original binaries or does it just have references to the data?

Desuperpacking Meta's Superpacked APKs (clearbluejar.github.io)

"Superpacking is a method of optimal binary compression developed by Meta to help reduce the size of their Android APKs. This compression for APKs makes sense for reducing network traffic required for distribution, but becomes an issue when trying to recover the original native ARM binaries for analysis. This post walks through...

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