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  • May 20 13:08
    jvoisin edited #830
  • May 20 05:25
    ziv6 opened #2875
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    SHH600725 commented #525
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  • May 18 10:37
    mrexodia closed #2869
  • May 18 10:37
    mrexodia commented #2869
  • May 18 10:35

    mrexodia on development

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  • May 18 10:35
    mrexodia closed #2873
  • May 17 17:57
    mrexodia closed #2874
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    shoham-z commented #2874
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<Jim Colerick> There is no symbol for it
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<Jim Colerick> nvm
<Jim Colerick> I am just dumb
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<stefano9991> Hi, I searched in the github repo for the findasm function but I didn't find it, could someone tell me where to find?
<stefano9991> Thanks for your reply, I found that, but not the function implementation
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<some> ey
<some> anyone help me?
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<ZehMatt> just ask what you need help with
<some> the x32dbg is very slow but the x64 is fast
<some> and two weeks ago the x32dbg working perfectly
<some> but now
<some> nope
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<ZehMatt> what do you mean by slow
<ZehMatt> you need to provide more details than that in order to get help
<some> can i share the screen?
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<c0rt3x0> Do u have any plugin like analyser that is analysing when u open the app inside the x32
<c0rt3x0> check ur plugins
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<some> details?
<some> Do you have a little time?
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<mrexodia> Send a video (re @x64dbg_bot: <some> can i share the screen?)
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<some> https://www.mediafire.com/file/omwa2geix98u7px/x32dbg.mp4/file the size is to big so i upload to mediafire
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<c0rt3x0> Kiray did u have the last release ?
<c0rt3x0> or is an old update?
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<some> i dont know
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<c0rt3x0> Updated it first
<c0rt3x0> and then re try
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<some> not work :C
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<mrexodia> Is your computer extremely low end? (re @x64dbg_bot: <some> https://www.mediafire.com/file/omwa2geix98u7px/x32dbg.mp4/file the size is to big so i upload to mediafire)
<some> idk
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<Matti> is this user a bot or something
<Matti> what with the 'idk' answers to questions like are you on the latest version combined with the URL in the profile
<Matti> discord profile* to clarify
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<EvilSapphire> Dang bots debugging other programs now? They're evolving Morty!
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<Matti> oh I legit read zero of the context
<Matti> so maybe I'm just a moron
<Matti> but I don't see how anyone could be so lazy as to answer 'idk' to a question someone asks you because they're trying to help you
<Matti> namely is that the same version as the latest on the site
<Matti> I've had this problem before where I couldn't tell if someone was simply lazy/stupid or an actual bot
<Matti> this AI thing is getting out of hand
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<mrfearless> should charge the amount of bitcoin it would cost to buy the product for #2797 - lol
<mrexodia> I banned that user and deleted the issue (re @mrfearless: should charge the amount of bitcoin it would cost to buy the product for #2797 - lol)
<mrfearless> concur
<mrfearless> looks like very specialized software anyhow
<mrfearless> requiring hardware keys and licenses
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<exploit1337> It's possible to get dump automatically after virtualalloc to save time ?
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<exploit1337> Or similar script to archive this
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<mrfearless> I imagine you could do it in a plugin, have breakpoints on VirtualAlloc - either manually or from the plugin itself perhaps. Then when breakpoint is triggered, plugin can check if it was for VirtualAlloc call, (determine length of alloc and store that) then it can single step, collect the value in eax, check its not null, then dump to file based on debuggee name + concat of "_dump"+ dumpNo for the length of the alloc