I using x86dbg and am working on unpacking a target. The unpacking stub appears to be using some anti-debugging techniques - most of which I can detour with a plugin.
However, there are a lot of occurrences of rdtsc in the code. The code is being generated / unpacked throughout execution so I cannot simply search for all instances of the instruction.
I have tried running a trace with a condition to break when rdtsc is found but it is simply way to slow and tedious; especially since rdtsc is sometimes used in loops and it isn't as simple as just noping them out since a comparison takes place much later in the stub (it is also hard to identify where due to the excessive junk code.)
Any help would be greatly appreciated,