Quick introduction to reverse engineering for beginners

Posted: July 9, 2013 in Other Tutorials

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.

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