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