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A Simple Window in Console Mode

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CodingLevel : newbie

OS : linux
Language : asm

in the last article Creating MessageBox in console mode it was a static in the
sense we couldnt move it around and it didnt have an interactiveness

lets see how we can create a small window and move it around the screen


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Creating a Console Mode Messagebox with Newt and Gas In assembly

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CodingLevel : newbie

OS : linux
Language : asm

i was wanting to test my invoke macro a little further
for those who arent aware take a look at my earlier articles
about using gas with intel sysntax and also using masm like
invoke style


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Entrypoint reader/writer tool

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CodingLevel : beginner

OS : windows
Language : ASM/C++

RPE is a small tool that can set the Entry Point to executables.
Examples given in readme.txt.
Source included! Although not everything is comment, I am sure you can understand it as it's all API wrapping :)

Have fun modifying your PE files!


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Merry Christmas

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NewsThe whole "crew" of BiW Reversing wishes all of you a Merry Christmas.


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Most Recent Post: 12/31 04:05PM by detten

using invoke style and intelsyntax in GAS

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CodingLevel : newbie

OS : linux
Language : asm

in continuance with gas+intel syntax article i now present a hack to
code as if you were coding using masm aka using invoke style


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