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Files with machine code directly readable by the CPU or the interpreter. It encloses any executables, libraries, object code or memory dump of the analyzed software.

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Without actually knowing more about the system (system vendor), I would suggest to use binwalk to get the basic file layout. Then follow what other have done: Reverse Engineering Bios Firmware Extra …
answered Aug 25 '15 by tibar
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I am currently investigating a weird layout for storing of what appears to be strings (medical format). Looking at the dump for a bunch of those strings here is what I see: $ hexdump -C out0000 000 …
asked Apr 16 by tibar
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Turns out this was barely a reverse engineer task since everything is already available on internet. Mainly this post is a great read: How to analyse contents of binary serialization stream? And … then you can even play with a python implementation: nrbf.py - .NET Remoting Binary Format reading library for Python 3.6 …
answered Apr 12 by tibar
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I am trying to decode what seems to be simple C# binary serialization to disk: https://github.com/malaterre/MMCPrivate/raw/master/sample1.raw https://github.com/malaterre/MMCPrivate/raw/master … /sample2.raw I do not have access to the original DLL that generates this binary blob so I fail to understand how to process this file unless I have a full definition of all C# structures. If I had …
asked Apr 10 by tibar
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Just a quick note in case you would not be aware of this: $ cat tiny.c #include <unistd.h> void _start() { _exit(42); } on x86-64, here is what I get (you need a static libc: libc.a): $ gcc -sta …
answered Apr 18 by tibar