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

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In previous versions of Pin, there was APIs for checkpoint/re-execution; but they are not supported in recent versions. They are instead moved to a more complete framework, called PinPlay. You can al …
answered Apr 5 '16 by Ta Thanh Dinh
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In tracing how the recv function works on Windows, I observe the following trace: ... 0x743817d2 push eax C:\windows\system32\WSOCK32.dll recv 0x743817d3 p …
asked Mar 12 '14 by Ta Thanh Dinh
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You might find this question about finding recursive function helpful, there are very nice answers for it. Under the binary code level, IMHO, there is only little difference about detecting loop (i.e. …
answered Feb 26 '16 by Ta Thanh Dinh
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The var_d8 is the base position of arr in the stack, the size of type int in your machine is 4, so the position of arr[i] in the stack is calculated by: var_d8 + 4 * i
answered Jun 5 '15 by Ta Thanh Dinh
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Yes, your Pintool written in C/C++ works fine for binaries (of x86 or x86-64 instruction set) generated from compilers of other languages. You can see this quotes in the file README of any Pin distrib …
answered Oct 9 '15 by Ta Thanh Dinh