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General-purpose and high-level programming language. Python supports multiple programming paradigms, including object-oriented, imperative and functional programming styles.

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Which libraries do you use to parse and statically analyze .NET binaries? Is there a python module, or do I have to use a .NET library such as dnlib? Does it make sense to write a python wrapper for it, e.g. using pythonnet? …
asked Jul 16 by langlauf.io
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type 21 (the ordinary control flow). A list of possible xref types can be found here: https://code.google.com/p/idapython/source/browse/trunk/python/idautils.py What is the difference between a Code_Far_Call xref and a Code_Near_Call xref anyway? Thanks for your help! …
asked Mar 6 '15 by langlauf.io
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I want to be able to parse 32 and 64 bit ELF files - but not create or modify them (e.g. as discussed in this thread). The ELF binaries may possibly come from embedded Linux systems, that is, the libr …
asked May 6 '15 by langlauf.io