I am reading through the 'Practical Malware Analysis' book and got to page 74 which says:
lea ebx, [eax*4+4]is the functional equivalent of
ebx = (eax+1)* 5where
eaxis a number.
As of my understanding,
lea ebx, [eax*4 + 4] should multiply
eax value by 4, add 4 to it and then store it back in
ebx, which is different than
(eax+1) * 5.
Is that a typo? Or I got things wrong?
I think it should be:
ebx = (eax+1) * 4