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The process of gathering information about a binary file, either with static or dynamic methods.

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Have a Look at http://rr-project.org The website says it supports reverse execution. Yet, I am not a 100% sure if this is exactly the same you are talking about. rr also provides efficient revers …
answered Apr 5 '16 by langlauf.io
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I read a blog post about value set analysis (VSA). For VSA, see e.g. here. The blog author writes I’ve been trying to get to the point where the example in Balakrishnan’s dissertation works. I …
asked Oct 27 '16 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
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I read in another SO thread: With static libraries, the unit of copying is the object file in the library. In other words, if two programs call a function from a certain object file, both prog …
asked Jun 22 '16 by langlauf.io