The Webmaster would like to use this opportunity to express immeasurable gratitude to two persons - Jay Sevara, who started all this, and Fredrik Eriksson, who finished it!Here's the story:
A year ago I hardly knew that hex-editors existed, let alone how to use them, and couldn't have cared less. Enter: Jay Sevara.
Jay sent me my first hex-editor, and patiently taught me how to use it in order to hack BaK (or, rather, in order to figure out HOW to hack BaK). Most of my spare time since then has been spent on this, which is actually the reason why the Web hasn't been updated a lot :-)
During my explorations I managed to collect a huge amount of hacking data. The big question was: How on earth was I ever going to find the time to add this data to the BaK Help Web? Utter despair. Enter: Fredrik Eriksson.
Soon after I started corresponding with Fredrik, it became obvious that he, too, was interested in BaK-hacking. So, of course, I sent him some data, and then some more. Before I knew what had happened, BaK-Hacker (version 1.0) had been conceived!
BaK-Hacker (version 8.2) is the final result. The program is, by now, only partially based on my original data. Fredrik has expanded it far beyond my wildest dreams, and patiently dealt with all my whims.
Jay! Thanks to you, wherever you are! (Are you still somewhere out there?)
Fredrik! Limm will, after all, not allow us access to Hacker's Rest, but BaK will never be the same! Tack så mycket!