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<Niklas> There is bplist as a command but I'd have to parse it myself
<Niklas> Nevermind found it
bridgemain.h                                                                                                            964:BRIDGE_IMPEXP int DbgGetBpList(BPXTYPE type, BPMAP* list);
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<SunBeam> hmm
<SunBeam> is there a limit to how many characters a script line accepts?
<SunBeam> line 10112, as you can see in the text file, has no issues
<SunBeam> line 10112 is split in the script window in 2 lines ๐Ÿ˜„
<SunBeam> I'm executing a simple script that applies labels to addresses
<SunBeam> this is line 10112
<SunBeam> lbl 143CB8478,"const hkSignal2<hknpEventHandlerInput const &,hknpEvent const &>::MemberSlot<Physics::ighkTheGenericSingletonContactListener,void (Physics::ighkTheGenericSingletonContactListener::*)(hknpEventHandlerInput const &,hknpEvent const &)>::vftable'"`
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<Rads> Can someone help me crack something, is this the place to go
<SunBeam> yeaps, I think the script tab accepts 240 characters for a line ๐Ÿ™‚ (re @SunBeam: lbl 143CB8478,"const hkSignal2<hknpEventHandlerInput const &,hknpEvent const &>::MemberSlot<Physics::ighkTheGenericSingletonContactListener,void (Physics::ighkTheGenericSingletonContactListener::*)(hknpEventHandlerInput const &,hknpEvent const &)>::vftable'"`)
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<SunBeam> went at them manually, no biggie
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<Federico> Hi, I am trying to read a module's name within a plugin code
<Federico> Tried DbgGetModuleAt(info->cip, name);
<Federico> and fails
<Federico> Also tried:
<Federico> Module::ModuleInfo mi;
<Federico> Module::InfoFromAddr(info->cip, &mi);
<Federico> and fails as well
<Federico> any clues?
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<Federico> Are these functional?
<Federico> info->cip is the the current RIP pointer to a valid code address within the module being debugged
Fekete Imre
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Hello. I might be wrong but, looking at DbgGetModuleAt my first idea is that name should be atleast MAX_MODULE_SIZE long.
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<Federico> Module::BaseFromAddr(info->cip); also fails. I am using one of the latest pluginsdk. Debugging a x64 UWP exe
<Federico> Is there any GetLastError() function
<Federico> ?
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<Federico> Ok seems to be the UWP exe
<Federico> works with other exes. Could this be true?
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<Federico> Probably the same issue that GetModuleBaseNameA has with UWP
Fekete Imre
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Im setting a variable in a bp like cmd($myVariable={rax})
Is it possible to use this variable in a different bp as a pointer to a string and log that string like log(s:{$myVariable})?
Or storing a string in the variable like cmd($myVariable={s:rax}) is ok too.
I feel like i just cant get the expression right.
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<mrexodia> $myVariable={rax} isnโ€™t a valid command (re @x64dbg_bot: <feketeimre> Im setting a variable in a bp like cmd($myVariable={rax})
Is it possible to use this variable in a different bp as a pointer to a string and log that string like log(s:{$myVariable})?
Or storing a string in the variable like cmd($myVariable={s:rax}) is ok too.
I feel like i just cant get the expression right.)
<mrexodia> You can do myVariable=rax
<mrexodia> And then in the logging use {s:myVariable}
<mrexodia> Or {utf8@myVariable}
Fekete Imre
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Thank you.
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<MrDbg> Hello
<MrDbg> Friends
<MrDbg> So is this where I ask questions about x64dbg ?
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<MrDbg> Is there a tips documentation on x64dbg
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<Mi> Hello
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<MrDbg> Hello ๐Ÿ‘‹
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<mrfearless> check out the blog: https://x64dbg.com/blog/ (re @MrDbg: Is there a tips documentation on x64dbg)
<mrfearless> also search for "some x64dbg usage" in this channel to view some posts related to x64dbg usage like in malware research that have been posted on twitter
<mrfearless> or for documentation about x64dbg, check out https://help.x64dbg.com/en/latest/
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<mrexodia> Definitely donโ€™t bother any of those people in pm
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<Programmer Alex> two channels?
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<Magnius> third channel soon, as soon as x64dbg linux becomes a thing