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I can set up a breakpoint in OllyDbg and make it log a string in following ways:

  • [esp-4] - OllyDbg will figure out if it should log a number, a string or whatever
  • STRING [[esp-4]] - OllyDbg will show a string pointed to by value held in esp-4
  • UNICODE [[esp-4]] - OllyDbg will show an Unicode string pointed to by value held in esp-4

However, all of these are useless if I work with Japanese text that is encoded in Shift-JIS format. OllyDBG thinks it's empty text since it contains non-ASCII characters. Is there any way I can log these? Or log all bytes until NULL byte?

  • What version of OllyDbg are you using? – Jason Geffner Jun 11 '15 at 14:12
  • I'm using 2.01. – rr- Jun 11 '15 at 14:23
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What I got is that your problem is with showing non-ASCII chars... try these solutions:

  • In OllyDBG: Options — Debugging Options — Strings - tick "Allow diacritical symbols in strings".
  • Use "Ultra String Reference" plugin.
  • Try OllyICE or OllySharp.

Similar issue (use google translate): http://www.at4re.com/f/showthread.php?11337

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  • OllyDBG can either log Unicode or ASCII strings, and I need to log multibyte strings. The information I log is misinterpreted, not mispresented. So unfortunately the things you posted do not help much - changing any encoding-related settings doesn't change anything, the plugin does something else, and OllyICE seems to be based on 1.10 which has poor Unicode support. – rr- Jun 11 '15 at 14:57

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