Questions tagged [security]

Managing the risks over information and hardware to prevent unintended or unauthorized access, change or destruction of data or disruption of service.

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IDA debugging a packed / encrypted library - retaining breakpoints / subroutine names set in debug segments

I am debugging a library that is heavily packed / encrypted. Here is a flowchart of the operation of this library and where I am at in my reverse engineering: Assume it is not possible to modify ...
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Sniffing TCP packets using Wireshark

I am trying to reverse engineer a decoder. The decoder contains a web server that makes sending/receiving information through the Internet possible. To do so I need to sniff the packets that the ...
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Legal Reverse Engineering for Security Review in US for Korean Provided Module

My company has received a command-line stand-alone (ELF) executable from a Korean company that provides a service for validating Korean users. It took them a few tries to get us a version that runs on ...
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SysTracer by SysReveal.com clean?

SysTracer from SysReveal.com (not from www.blueproject.ro) seems to be a very nice tool for live monitoring your system and check what executable files do at your system. I saw some videos on YouTube ...
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Why address 7FFE0308 always gets compared in 64bit applications before making a syscall in Ntdll?

So there was a question asked before about this : What are the difference syscall and int 0x2E instructions? and it has two answer, one says that is just a way to check if we are in a 32 bit or 64 ...