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Windows refers to the Microsoft Windows series of operating systems.

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executables on Windows (not bytecodes languages such as Java and .NET). First of let me say that this isn't a full of methods as there is so many way depending on so many things. Here is a list of potential … things which would affect your reverse engineering techniques: Windows version (Many of the older tools only run on XP that's why I have a VM setup for XP. But not all games run on XP) Executable …
answered Oct 20 '14 by Paul
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Here is a good starting point on Windows anti-reverse engineering covers anti-debugging and much more: http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/30815/An-Anti-Reverse-Engineering-Guide Since there are so … ://www.symantec.com/connect/articles/windows-anti-debug-reference That should be more than enough to get you going. You could even go outside of the box and do API hooking on debugging APIs generally …
answered Jul 8 '14 by Paul
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Extreme Coders has provided a good answer about the IAT (Import Address Table). This question is so abroad I was originally not going to answer but I'll try quickly summarise the sort of tools and th …
answered Jul 28 '14 by Paul