REVERSING: Secrets of Reverse Engineering

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Secrets of Reverse EngineeringREVERSING: Secrets of Reverse Engineering

Reversing: Secrets of Reverse Engineering is a textbook written by Eldad Eilam on the subject of reverse engineering software, mainly within a Microsoft Windows environment. It covers the use of debuggers and other low-level tools for working with binaries. Of particular interest is that it uses OllyDbg in examples, and is therefore one of the few practical, modern books on the subject that uses popular, real-world tools to facilitate learning. The book is designed for independent study and does not contain problem sets, but it is also used as a course book in some university classes.[citation needed]

The book covers several different aspects of reverse engineering, and demonstrates what can be accomplished:

The book also includes a detailed discussion of the legal aspects of reverse engineering, and examines some famous court cases and rulings that were related to reverse engineering.

Considering its relatively narrow subject matter, Reversing is a bestseller that has remained on‘s list of top 100 software books for several years, since its initial release

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Foreword vii

Acknowledgments xi

Introduction xxiii

Part I Reversing 101 1

Chapter 1 Foundations 3

Chapter 2 Low-Level Software 25

Chapter 3 Windows Fundamentals 69

Chapter 4 Reversing Tools 109

Part II Applied Reversing 139

Chapter 5 Beyond the Documentation 141

Chapter 6 Deciphering File Formats 199

Chapter 7 Auditing Program Binaries 243

Part III Cracking 307

Chapter 9 Piracy and Copy Protection 309

Chapter 10 Antireversing Techniques 327

Chapter 11 Breaking Protections 357

Part IV Beyond Disassembly 421

Chapter 12 Reversing .NET 423

Chapter 13 Decompilation 457

Appendix A Deciphering Code Structures 479

Appendix B Understanding Compiled Arithmetic 519

Appendix C Deciphering Program Data 537

Appendix D Citations 561

Index 567

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