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Static binary instrumentation

I am working on a class project. I need to find out static features of a program (without executing it). Backward branches (loops) Conditional branches (potential threads with load imbalance) ...
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How to find the index of static ilbrary functions in the PLT of the binary?

So right now I'm trying to resolve function calls and their names in my reversing tool the problem I'm having is that library functions such as printf and fwrite and such do not have a corresponding ...
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How can I convert a .bin file to either assembly or C?

I have a .bin file (It's a firmware belongs to a hardware (Cisco Access-Point) ). All I need to do is modifying that .bin file. As you know, .bin files aren't human readable. I need to convert it to ...
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Antidebug/reverse engineering targeted for libraries [closed]

So I'm reading about antidebug and anti-reverse engineering techniques, but these cover, in all the docs I've seen, just executables. Are there any resources that target specifically shared and ...
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Dump global datas to disk in assembly code

the experiment is on Linux, x86 32-bit. So suppose in my assembly program, I need to periodically (for instance every time after executing 100000 basic blocks) dump an array in .bss section from ...
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How can a format string vulnerability be used to write a specific string into memory?

I think I understand how a format string vulnerability works, but what I have seen so far it can only be used to increase the value of an integer. Can format string vulnerability also be used to ...
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How to reverse command line arguments?

I am working on a console windows executable. So far what I figured out is that the executable checks number of command line arguments. Afterwards, it branches out depending on the number of arguments ...