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

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The button is greyed out, or "disabled". This is most likely done by one of two ways: Creating the button as initially disabled, by passing the WS_DISABLED flag as dwStyle parameter to CreateWindow/ …
answered Mar 21 '20 by Yotamz
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Use echo -e and pipe to your program's input. Example: echo -e "\x41\x42\x43\x44" | <executable> Will write ABCD as input. edit: You can pass null-bytes
answered Apr 19 '20 by Yotamz
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In x86 assembly, al is the least significant byte of eax register, which is typically used to return values from function calls. The test al,al is a bitwise AND operation between al and itself. If a …
answered Jun 1 '20 by Yotamz
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Not really a reverse engineering question but, Use this in the terminal: cat textfile.txt | xxd -r -p > image.jpeg
answered Mar 24 '20 by Yotamz
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Rewriting my answer: The resource editors (like ResTuner) find strings in resources, generally in the .rsrc section. This section is very easy to edit because it contains a tree of pointer/size to da …
answered Apr 18 '20 by Yotamz
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CGI binary files are just regular executables that export functions that can be called from the outside, like a library file. The most common use for CGI is processing data from a web server. Don't h …
answered Apr 27 '20 by Yotamz
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A dumped file is, as the name suggests, a memory dumped process. Memory dumped means written to disk exactly as it is mapped in memory. If there are any relocations, dynamic mapping, rebasing etc. th …
answered Nov 21 '19 by Yotamz