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int0x50



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int0x50 05 Jul 2023, 12:21
i am writing a file packer (very basic one) .. to understand PE and binary files ...
till now i have finished PE header analysis and hex print ...

any tricks, tips, reading, ideas you could share, please do ...


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macomics



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macomics 05 Jul 2023, 12:35
Look at this and try something similar. This is certainly not a packer, but there are descriptions of the PE header structures.
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int0x50



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int0x50 12 Jul 2023, 16:02
it's getting into like a full fledged PE header parser and printer ... added PE32+ (pe64) parsing as well .. more features added ...

code hosted at: https://github.com/vlabsc/parse_pe
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int0x50 01 Aug 2023, 10:54
pe64 feature added ... it also parses import table, and prints import name table ...

https://github.com/vlabsc/parse_pe/
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