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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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Most Recent Post: 05/13 07:07PM by Angel-55

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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extracting a single file from a rpm package to user directory

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CodingLevel : newbie

OS : linux
Language : shell script

linux is in endless development so there obviously is a pretty big stream of
patches updates and stuff and after a while you will get used to searching
through those cvs archieves rpm archieves etc


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Most Recent Post: 12/16 12:12PM by detten

using Gas to assemble with intel syntax

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CodingLevel : newbie

OS : linux
Language : asm

you might have read my earlier article on using gcc with inlined intel syntax
continuing with that article i now present you an article that shows how to
do assembly with gas using Intel Syntax so all those masm programmers wont be
lost in the maze of % $ + reversed dest,src At&T syntax and GAS


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Inline Assembly On GCC using Intel Syntax

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CodingLevel : newbie

OS : linux
Language : C and inline ASM (GCC)

INTRODUCTION

those who started out coding assemly programs in windows and masm and then
started using msvc or bcc would find it almost a head ache to code
an inline assembly in gcc or even use the native as (gnu assembler)
because gcc natively uses AT&T syntax while windowers are accustomed to Intel Syntax


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