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Pin is a dynamic binary instrumentation framework developed by Intel, which can hook and run arbitrary code into running processes, and is pluggable with user-written addons called Pintools. Pin targets the most well-know Intel architectures such as ia32 and amd64.

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You may note that printip is a function pointer, it is lazily called internally by Pin; moreover ins is an automatic variable (it is passed into Instruction from the stack). Consequently, passing &ins …
answered Apr 12 '16 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. …
answered Oct 9 '15 by Ta Thanh Dinh
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You are correct, we should use INS_InsertPredicatedCall instead of INS_InsertCall in your case. It is quite intuitive to distinguish one from the other, consider the following code cond: xor eax, e …
answered Apr 9 '16 by Ta Thanh Dinh