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the Executable and Linkable Format is the main executable and object format for Linux, Solaris, *BSD, and many other OSes...

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The test is on 32-bit Linux, x86. With gcc 4.6.3 and GNU ld 2.22. So I am trying to get the information of "how many symbols are resolved by linker" during link time? And how can I list the informati …
asked Feb 21 '15 by lllllllllllll
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get the error shown below: objdump -s -j .bss elf_binary objdump: section '.bss' mentioned in a -j option, but not found in any input file Basically how can I get the content of .bss section from ELF
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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Here is the confusing thing: The only different I can find is that there are more leading nop in front of the main function like this: new ELF binary leading nop: new ELF binary ending nop: old … ELF binary: Basically I don't think it is kinda of "alignment" issue, because there are just too much nop. …
asked Apr 16 '14 by lllllllllllll
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So basically I am using objdump to disassemble a binary from GNU Coreutils, on 32-bit Linux x86. In the disassembled code, I found one "broken" instruction like this: 804b4db: ff 24 85 e4 09 …
asked May 7 '14 by lllllllllllll
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Basically I am doing some binary manipulation work on ELF binaries, and what I have to do now is to assemble a assembly program and guarantee the libc symbols are loaded to a predefined address by me. …
asked Feb 5 '15 by lllllllllllll
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I defined a new code section in my assembly program, which is going to be compiled into 32-bit ELF binary, on x86. …
asked Feb 10 '15 by lllllllllllll
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So basically I am trying to re-use some assembly code/data dumped by objdump from 32 bit ELF binary on Linux. …
asked May 10 '14 by lllllllllllll
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Of course I can just adjust the whole text section, and starting from the original entry point of the ELF. … ; __libc_csu_fini while linker will also attach these functions in the new ELF. …
asked May 16 '14 by lllllllllllll
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So I am thinking that, in the asm code disassembled from objdump, we should always find this : push addr call __libc_start_main and in a heuristical perspective, we can just consider the addr in th …
answered May 16 '14 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. …
asked Mar 2 '16 by lllllllllllll
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Currently I am trying to recover the content of some ELF binaries compiled from c++ program.. So I am wondering if there is a way to get the content of ctors which equals to what g++ produced? … But I am still trapped in looking for class's constructor and destructor info from ELF binary. …
asked Sep 23 '14 by lllllllllllll
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I am doing binary analysis on x86-64bit ELF binaries. All the binaries are compiled from C language. …
asked Apr 21 '16 by lllllllllllll
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it's me again. I am working on a tool can that disassemble/reassemble stripped binaries and now I am sucked in a (external) symbol reuse issue. The test is on 32-bit Linux x86 platform. Suppose I a …
asked Feb 6 '15 by lllllllllllll