What are good anti-debug references for Windows which help with manual unpacking, emulating, or sandboxing?

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  • Peter Ferrie's “Ultimate” Anti-Debugging Reference (PDF, 147 pages) contains many anti-debugs, whether they're hardware or API based...
  • Walied Assar's blog shows his researches, which are focused on finding new anti-debugs.

other (maybe redundant) resources:

  • This is a very good list. I included it in the anti-debug tag wiki, where this kind of information is better suited. – amccormack Mar 31 '13 at 4:29
  • I see - will do it next time. – Ange Apr 2 '13 at 14:01

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