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How to restore IAT?

I have the start address and the end address of the IAT now im trying to restore the table/folder of it. the start address is: E7C000 thx for helping
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what does BYTES_REVERSED_HI and BYTES_REVERSED_LO in an PE signify

How can these pe attributes be used to identify malware. I was going though a paper link at page 10 he mentioned. "BYTES_REVERSED_HI and BYTES_REVERSED_LO both make ideal candidates as a primary ...
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Resolving DLL function names using ordinals

I am trying to figure out how to get the imports of a PE using the PEfile python project (https://github.com/erocarrera/pefile) One thing special about that library is the ordlookup folder. It looks ...
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Wierd names in import table

I'm trying to do a static analysis of a PE file to see what it does. While doing so, I stumbled upon some really wierd function names in my objdump DLL Name: msvcrt.dll vma: Hint/Ord Member-Name ...
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Is the magic number important

While checking the PE header of DLLs and EXE(s) by PEviewer, I found something called "magic number". After googling "magic number". I found that it is used to determine the file type. My question ...
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How to figure out which imported function(s) in a virus determine its behaviour?

I want to know how to find the functions which is interesting in malware tools. For example, I have a sample of unknown virus (this sample is lab01-01.exe in the book practical malware analysis lab1-...
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Extracting files from google chrome offline installer

I'm trying to extract the files from the Google Chrome offline installer as a reverse engineering exercise So I tried extracting the data inside the installer PE. I tried pestudio which showed me two ...
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Loading Windows executable - unexpected data appended at beginning sections after loading in memory

Few days after asking the question I realised I misinterpreted my original findings. It seems .rdata section on file is copied directly to memory, but then first 36 bytes are overwritten by loader ...