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A very popular Windows 32bits debugger written by Oleh Yuschuk. It is free and lightweight and yet powerful and extendable through plugins.

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the function responsible for handling the information provided by GetKeyboardState function, thus checking whether the keys being pressed match one of the program keyboard shortcuts. Note: OllyDbg … uses this method, as shown on the picture below (yes, it's a picture of OllyDbg debugging itself ;) ): As you may notice, it firstly converts it to ASCII code and then performs some checks. …
answered Jun 22 by bart1e
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They are completely different things. Call stack window shows such information as stack frame for each function call in the current thread, including arguments passed, name of callee and the (virtua …
answered May 28 by bart1e
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First and easy way is to open the resulting executable in IDA which will just show you the function names for library functions. Other still easy way is to just breakpoint before these function call …
answered Jun 11 by bart1e
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OllyDbg You can do it at least in two different ways. The first involves Call stack view (View->Call stack) that you can use when the breakpoint you set in that function from win32u.dll is triggered …
answered Jul 24 by bart1e
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To find all calls to the given function, select the first line of disassembly of this function and press Ctrl+R. Then, in References window, you will see all calls, sorted increasingly by address. S …
answered Jun 10 by bart1e
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familiar with IDA and OllyDbg first? I would say, start with IDA. Why? Because it's probably the most widely used disassembler. Additionally, if you think of a job related to reverse engineering … focusing too much on how to use a tool. OllyDbg is a tool for dynamic analysis and you should start with static one (without running a program), since you'll have to fully understand the assembly to …
answered Jul 15 by bart1e