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

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Here is my solution. I use radiff2 to find out all the difference between binaries. radiff2 binary1 binary2 Then xxd to convert binary into hex xxd -p final After that, wc to figure out the nu …
answered Jan 21 '14 by lllllllllllll
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I am trying to analyze some execution crash information, and to better identify the root cause of memory access error, I would like to reverse execute the program from the crash point. For example, …
asked Apr 5 '16 by lllllllllllll
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I know some binary diff tool like VBinDiff and others. Currently I have a large number of binary, around 500. So I am looking for a binary tool to quantitatively evaluate the difference of binaries. …
asked Jan 21 '14 by lllllllllllll
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I am working on some x86 (32/64 bits) ELF binary code. These binaries are compiled from C and C++ program code and I am trying to detect loops inside the binaries. I am newbie to this area, and I am …
asked Feb 26 '16 by lllllllllllll
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Test is on Linux 32bit. I use this command to get the context of .text .rodata and .data section: objdump -s -j .text elf_binary objdump -s -j .rodata elf_binary objdump -s -j .data elf_binary But …
asked May 1 '14 by lllllllllllll
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@yaspr's answer is great, since this question got some bounty of "Looking for an answer drawing from credible and/or official sources.", let me try to provide some references here. Generally in my un …
answered Oct 7 '14 by lllllllllllll
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Basically I have a set of 32-bit ELF program binaries compiled by either gcc or llvm. They are all stripped before analysis. My question is that, given a binary, is there any way I can determine whe …
asked Jan 19 '16 by lllllllllllll
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I have thousands of Linux malware samples in ELF format. And I am thinking to use dynamic analysis (say, PIN) to obtain an execution trace of each malware sample. However, I am afraid such activity w …
asked Mar 2 '16 by lllllllllllll
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the experiment is on 32-bit x86 Linux. I am doing some static binary instrumentation work, and basically I am trying to insert some instructions below to the beginning of every basic block. BB23 : …
asked Jul 14 '15 by lllllllllllll
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I am trying to generate a coarse-grained Call Graph based on some assembly code disassembled from binary on x86 32 bit platform. It is very hard to generate a precise Call Graph based on asm code, th …
asked Jul 10 '14 by lllllllllllll
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I am trying to iterate all the C statement (could be very coarse-grained, it's fine) in IDA-Pro recovered assembly program. Suppose I only consider these statements: State :: = | if-else cond; …
asked Apr 5 '15 by lllllllllllll
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I am doing binary analysis on x86-64bit ELF binaries. All the binaries are compiled from C language. Basically, for a given function, I would like to figure out whether this function has a return valu …
asked Apr 21 '16 by lllllllllllll
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the experiment is on Linux, x86 32-bit. So suppose in my assembly program, I need to periodically (for instance every time after executing 100000 basic blocks) dump an array in .bss section from mem …
asked Jul 16 '15 by lllllllllllll