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This book is going to contain sections specific to x86, C, and C++ from the Reverse Engineering book.
- Target Audience
- Undergraduate students familiar with x86 and C/C++ programming
- Will cover disassembly of x86 code to C or C++ level, including theory on disassembly and decompiling.
- x86 Assembly, C Programming, C++ Programming
Table of Contents
- Assemblers and Compilers
- Decompilers and Disassemblers
- Analysis Tools
- Microsoft Windows
- Windows Executable Files
- Linux Executable Files
- The Stack
- Functions and Stack Frames
- Calling Conventions
- Data Structures
- Objects and Classes
- Floating Point Numbers
- Code Optimizations
- Code Obfuscation
- Code Encryption
- Debugger Detectors
- Disassembler Theory
- Decompiler Theory
+Reading level|Undergraduate &x86 Assembly &C Programming &C++ Programming = Tools Assemblers and Compilers Decompilers and Disassemblers Analysis Tools = Platforms Microsoft Windows Windows Executable Files Linux Linux Executable Files = Code Patterns The Stack Functions and Stack Frames Calling Conventions Variables Data Structures Objects and Classes Branches Loops Floating Point Numbers = Difficulties Code Optimizations Code Obfuscation Code Encryption Debugger Detectors = Decompiler Theory Disassembler Theory Decompiler Theory