Quick introduction to reverse engineering for beginners

Posted: July 9, 2013 in Other Tutorials
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Preface:
Here (will be) some of my notes about reverse engineering in English language for those beginners who like to learn to understand x86 code created by C/C++ compilers (which is a most large mass of all executable soware in the world). There are two most used compilers: MSVC and GCC, these we will use for experiments. There are two most used x86 assembler syntax: Intel (most used in DOS/Windows) and AT&T (used in *NIX). Here we use Intel syntax. IDA 5 produce Intel syntax listings too.

About author:

Dennis Yurichev is experienced reverse engineering and trainer, available for hire.

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Regards,

 

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