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b1528932



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I am looking for sources from wich i can learn using windbg.
Currently its going too slow, i have to google for most commands and need to get used to it.
Is there something better to RE software on windows? WinDbg looks like quite advanced debugger, but i need better information about it.



Do i have to execute .symfix/.reload every single time i run it?
Post 26 Jan 2011, 19:41
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Madis731



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http://www.ollydbg.de/ Its colourful and easy to use (even when I was a beginner). Compared to Olly, WinDbg looks like last century. There is a lot of feedback in Olly. Try it out sometimes.
Post 27 Jan 2011, 11:10
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edfed



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confirmation, ollydbg is good.

there is also windasm, but this one is prorietary, you can find cracks on internet. windasm is better than ollydbg on a point, it can disassemble .com files.
Post 27 Jan 2011, 11:19
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b1528932



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i would gladly return to olly, if it had support for x86-64.
Post 27 Jan 2011, 18:09
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TmX



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Madis731 wrote:
Compared to Olly, WinDbg looks like last century.


It seems that WinDbg is the right tool if you're going to debug Windows itself, right?
Post 28 Jan 2011, 09:55
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Madis731



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TmX wrote:
Madis731 wrote:
Compared to Olly, WinDbg looks like last century.


It seems that WinDbg is the right tool if you're going to debug Windows itself, right?

I have no comment...

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