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As assembler languages have no built-in primitives to handle arguments passing while starting a procedure, most of assembler programs and compiler do agree on calling conventions to describe how to em…
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a method used for boundary scanning. Possibly applications are hardware testing/debugging and firmware flashing, including debricking of hardware which ende…
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Reverse-engineering focused on the detection, and possibly the exploitation, of security vulnerabilities in software and computer systems.
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the process of resolving at runtime a program's external function calls or dependencies. It happens at program startup or even while the program is running, as opposed to static li…
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`Application Programming Interface` defines an interface that controls the interactions between a module and its users.
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Smallest sequence of instructions that can be managed independently by an operating system scheduler. Threads share all the same memory-space layout within the same process.
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Disc Operating System, started as 16-bit OS for PC-AT/XT x86++ platforms
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the standard executable format in iOS, Mac OS X, NeXTSTEP.
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Interoperating with or deobfuscating web applications, often written in JavaScript client-side and various languages server-side
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An surjective function that maps a set of keys to a smaller data sets of a fixed length. Cryptographic hash-function are supposed to be practically impossible to reverse except by brute-force.
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a dynamic binary instrumentation framework developed by Intel, which can hook and run arbitrary code into running processes, and is pluggable with user-written addons called Pintools. Pin targe…
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special computer programs made as a collection of functions which are meant to be called as external resources by multiple programs.
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Managing the risks over information and hardware to prevent unintended or unauthorized access, change or destruction of data or disruption of service.
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the art of understanding the properties of an unknown binary stream of data without any additional information. Usually done as a last resort due to lack of related code to reverse…
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when referring to a true .EXE file as opposed to a .COM or .MSI or any other executable.
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A dynamic instrumentation toolkit for developers, reverse-engineers, and security researchers.
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variables declared on the stack. They are usually local to the block they were declared in.
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the debugger of the LLVM compiler infrastructure project.
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Software managing the hardware part of the computer and providing an API for user-space software to access various services provided by hardware devices.
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A software testing technique that involves providing invalid, unexpected, or random data to the inputs of a computer system, then monitoring for exceptions, failed assertions, or memory leaks.
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the process of assembling a set of instructions obtained through *disassembly* and which were certainly patched or modified.
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Represent all the active functions in the program at a precise moment. It is composed of a chain of functions where each function has a caller (parent) and a callee (descendant), except for the `main`…
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a Python binary analysis framework developed by the Computer Security Lab at UC Santa Barbara and their associated CTF team, Shellphish. project URL: https://github.com/angr/angr
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A formatted unit of data carried by a network. This is the smallest unit of data that you can capture on packet-switched networks.
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