Looking at a large x86 binary, I'm seeing lots of instances where strings are assembled on the stack as quadwords like so:
If I try to set the type of
char, I get the following output that's still not very helpful:
I am guessing that this is because each quadword is moved in a separate instruction:
I assume there isn't, but does anyone know of a way that I can get
puStack40 to be displayed as a string in the decompiler window?
(As a side note: why is this approach taken? My only guess would be to decrease the number of memory accesses. I don't think this is obfuscation since it's a large, commercial application)