AFLTriage – Tool To Triage Crashing Input Files Using A Debugger

AFLTriage is a tool to triage crashing input files using a debugger. It is designed to be portable and not require any run-time dependencies, besides libc and an external debugger. It supports triaging crashes generated by any program, not just AFL, but recognizes AFL directories specially, hence the name. Some notable features include: Multiple reportRead More

Shellex – C-shellcode To Hex Converter, Handy Tool For Paste And Execute Shellcodes In Gdb, Windbg, Radare2, Ollydbg, X64Dbg, Immunity Debugger And 010 Editor

C-shellcode to hex converter. Handy tool for paste & execute shellcodes in gdb, windbg, radare2, ollydbg, x64dbg, immunity debugger & 010 editor. Are you having problems converting C-shellcodes to HEX (maybe c-comments+ASCII mixed?) Here is shellex. If the shellcode can be compiled in a C compiler shellex can convert it. Just execute shellex, paste theRead More

X64Dbg – An Open-Source X64/X32 Debugger For Windows

An open-source binary debugger for Windows, aimed at malware analysis and reverse engineering of executables you do not have the source code for. There are many features available and a comprehensive plugin system to add your own. You can find more information on the blog!Screenshots Installation & Usage Download a snapshot from GitHub, SourceForge orRead More

GDBFrontend – An Easy, Flexible And Extensionable GUI Debugger

GDBFrontend is an easy, flexible and extensionable gui debugger.Installing Deb Package (Debian / Ubuntu / KDE Neon)You can install GDBFrontend via deb package for Debian-based distributions.You can install it from following commands: echo “deb [trusted=yes] https://oguzhaneroglu.com/deb/ ./” | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list > /dev/nullsudo apt updatesudo apt install gdbfrontend After installing with APT, you willRead More

Angrgdb – Use Angr Inside GDB – Create An Angr State From The Current Debugger State

Use angr inside GDB. Create an angr state from the current debugger state. Install pip install angrgdbecho “python import angrgdb.commands” >> ~/.gdbinit Usageangrgdb implements the angrdbg API in GDB.You can use it in scripts like this: from angrgdb import *gdb.execute(“b *0x004005f9”)gdb.execute(“r aaaaaaaa”)sm = StateManager()sm.sim(sm[“rax”], 100)m = sm.simulation_manager()m.explore(find=0x00400607, avoid=0x00400613)sm.to_dbg(m.found[0]) #write input to GDBgdb.execute(“x/s $rax”)#0x7fffffffe768: “ais3{I_tak3_g00d_n0t3s}”gdb.execute(“c”)#Correct! thatRead More

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