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    I need a good disamssembler for a .exe program compiled in visual studio 6.0. Any suggestions?-signol01

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    Datarescue IDA Pro... Expensive though. Maybe w32dasm will be enough for you..? Try searching for it on google..
    -- dev_zero@

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    • #3
      already have checked google IDA is for x86 archietechture, I have a pentium 4. Still stuck in the 32 bit paradigm. I will try the other one thanks!-Signol01

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      • #4
        Maybe you are just fucking with us, but the Pentium 4 is an x86 architecture chip.

        IDA Pro is the leading multi-operating system, multi-processor, interactive disassembler. We offer several disassemblers in a consistent, powerful interface. It supports and is able to disassemble the following processors - ATMEL AVR RISC Microcontroller, INTEL 8080, 8085, 80196, 80196NU,Z80, Zilog Z8, Zilog Z180, Zilog Z380, PIC 16XXX, PIC 12XX, PIC 14XX, PIC 18XX, FUJITSU FM2C-L, FM2C-LX, INTEL 80x86 and 80x87, INTEL Pentium, Pentium II, Pentium Pro and MMX extensions, INTEL Pentium III and SIMD Extensions, AMD K6-2 3D-Now! extensions, INTEL 860 XR, 860 XP, INTEL 8051 series, Gameboy, Hitachi HD 6301, HD 6303, Hitachi HD 64180, H8/300 , H8/300L , H8/300H, H8S/2000 , H8S/2600, H8/500, MOS Technologies 6502, DEC PDP-11, Motorola MC680xx. , Motorola CPU32 (68330), Motorola MC6301, MC6303, MC6800, MC6801, MC6803, MC6805, MC6808, MC6809, MC6811, DSP 56K, ColdFire, ARM 7xx family, Java Virtual Machine, Texas Instruments TMS320C2X and TMS320C5X, Texas Instruments TMS320C6X, Hitachi SH1, SH2, SH3, Hitachi SH4 - Dreamcast, IBM - Motorola PowerPC, MIPS Mark I (R2000), MIPS Mark II (R3000), MIPS Mark III: (R4000, R4200, R4300, R4400, and R4600), MIPS Mark IV: R8000, R10000, SPARCII, ULTRASPARC
        Even though they don't explicitly mention the Pentium 4, it uses the same ISA as the Pentium III.

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        • #5
          Holy crap that would explain alot I thought that the x86 archietecture was strictly AMD. Sorry about that!-signol01

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          • #6
            also what is a PE or LE file?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by signol01
              also what is a PE or LE file?

              Portable Ececutable



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              • #8
                Thanks is there a converter from cpp to PE or LE?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by signol01
                  Thanks is there a converter from cpp to PE or LE?
                  i think there's a program like that called....geegle or something...giggle...umm...oh yeah, google.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by signol01
                    Thanks is there a converter from cpp to PE or LE?
                    Ugh, this thread hurts my head.

                    That would be called a "compiler". Try going on google and typing "microsoft compiler", clicking "I Feel Lucky", and behold the amazing magic of modern technology at work.
                    45 5F E1 04 22 CA 29 C4 93 3F 95 05 2B 79 2A B0
                    45 5F E1 04 22 CA 29 C4 93 3F 95 05 2B 79 2A B1
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by bascule
                      Ugh, this thread hurts my head.
                      That would be called a "compiler". Try going on google and typing "microsoft compiler", clicking "I Feel Lucky", and behold the amazing magic of modern technology at work.
                      Tsk, tsk, you mentioned the compiler to him, but you neglected to mention the linker? I'm ashamed.
                      Aut disce aut discede

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                      • #12
                        u dont nesesairly need a link, there is a such thing out there as p2p programs, i have found many expensive programs for free on the my favorite is http://warez.com over 1.5million online users 24/7 and you can find damn near everything you can think of, then there is a wonderful place i like to call http://serials.ws u can get the serials for the programs you download so that you dont have to register and spend big bux, then boom! u have what you need and its free and no one can do shit about it.

                        others that work too

                        http://ares.com

                        http://winmx.com

                        http://astalavista.com (serial searches)

                        http://kazza.com (sux in my opinion)

                        and many many others, just do a googe search for p2p prgrams.
                        before asking a retarded question, google it. google knows all.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by dementeddemon
                          u dont nesesairly need a link, there is a such thing out there as p2p programs.
                          Heh. :-) I am not flaming you here, but will be informing you.

                          A "linker" is a name given to a process/program that is usually called after a compiler compiles source code to object files. When you have many object files (.o files or "dot-oh" files) which are needed to be linked together along with other system information to make an executable which will run on the target OS, the "linker" is used to sort of combine all of the ".o" files and build a single executable.

                          When people commonly say "compiler" today" they are referring to the whole suite of applications used to go from source code. token reading, syntax checking, symantic checking, code optimization code generation in object files then finally on to linking-- even though compiling originally did not implicitly include linking.

                          [Added Content: I seem to have omitted the assembler step. Ooops. Sometimes "code generation" includes the step of coverting to ASM then assembling, but some people do not like this lumping. Substitute "intermediate code generation and assembly" for "code generation" if you are in this group of "splitters" and not a "lumper."]

                          Yeah. I know. Blah blah blah. words, words words. I suck. Make it shorter.
                          Last edited by TheCotMan; January 28, 2005, 10:10.

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                          • #14
                            You are too kind Cot, too kind.

                            LosT

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by LosT
                              You are too kind Cot, too kind.
                              Heh. :-) I woke up on the right side of the bed today. Besides, I figure we have plenty of people to flame the user-- any amount of flaming I might provide here would be like a drop of water in the Big Pond.

                              Sadly, I only have about 3 more days of freedom. I won't be able to post so much for the next few months. (Why do so many readers look relieved? ;-)

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