As an introduction to IDA python, we’re going to write a script that turns immediate values function parameters into enum values. It is a very common things to do, and a simple python script can handle it in most cases. So let’s make our lives easier with some python !
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Windows PEB parsing – A binary with no imports
We’re going to see how a program can parse the PEB to recover
Kernel32.dll address, and then load any other library. Not a single import is needed !
Writing a PE packer – Part 5 : simple obfuscation
In this tutorial, we are going to complete our packer with some very basic obfuscation, as a demonstration of the possibilities we have.
Writing a PE packer – Part 4 : packing with no relocation
At the end of the last part, I drawed your attention toward the fact that Mingw32 doesn’t produce movable binaries: it cannot create relocation table. You can force it to put the “Dll can move” flag, but without a relocation table, this binary would not work. We are going to change our packer to handle such non movable binaries.
Writing a PE packer – Part 3 : packing with python
We have everything ready to do the actual packing of an ASLR enabled PE32 file. We’ll turn our loader in an unpacking stub, and use python to create a packed binary.
Writing a PE packer – Part 2 : imports and relocations
This is the part 2 of our tutorial to write a PE packer on Windows : handling imports and relocations, to execute an ASLR enabled file.
Writing a PE packer – Part 1 : load a PE in memory
In this first tutorial part, we are going to write a program that reads a PE file, parse its headers and maps its sections in memory.
Writing a PE packer – Intro
This is a tutorial to program a PE packer : we will learn about the PE file format, headers and the inner workings of loading and packing binaries.