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  1. Today I was at school and I opened up playonlinux on my Linux mint machine to download halo. To my surprise instead of seeing a list of applications to download I saw the raw HTML of my county's "block page". This got me thinking "Hey maybe we got something here". So to continue testing I opened up ettercap to see what was going here. Now I noticed that POL pulls a description of the application from the repository also (and here is the fun part) it looks like it is pulling the installation script from the repository. I have absolutely know clue where to go from here. I have never reverse engineered something before and I am wondering where there might be some documentation on reverse engineering and if there are any vulnerabilities in other applications like this that I can read documentation on.
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