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A Beginner’s Guide to Reverse Engineering a Cutter

A Beginner's Guide to Reverse Engineering a Cutter
A Beginner's Guide to Reverse Engineering a Cutter

A Beginner’s Guide to Reverse Engineering a Cutter

Learn how to reverse apps, do static analysis, and debug with Cutter on Windows and Linux.

What you’ll learn

A Beginner’s Guide to Reverse Engineering a Cutter

  • Assembly Language Reverse Engineering Decompiling Binary to C Code
  • Analysis of Memory and Registers
  • Binary decomposition into assembly language
  • Backward Jumps
  • NOPs are used to block instructions.
  • C++ and Windows API functions
  • Static evaluation
  • Dynamic analysis for debugging
  • Stepping through the code and setting breakpoints
  • Analysis of graphical views using string search
  • Function definition using assembly code
  • repairing cracks
  • Reverse engineering (stepping backward)
  • examining the stack, register, and memory hex dumps after skipping them
  • repairing leaps and replacing them with NOPs
  • using axe and xor to patch
  • Gui-Crackme’s string search technique, creating methods, and Windows API
  • Phishing for passwords and serial keys
  • Variable renaming for static analysis
  • Using the rax2 command and the Rizin console
  • Using the Debugger Console in Crackme
  • introducing function calls and other things.

Requirements

  • Programming in C and basic assembly language.
  • Windows computer
  • Fundamental Linux commands

Description

This course is for you if you are brand new to Cutter and want to get going quickly. We will discuss using Cutter for Windows and Linux in this course. Cutter is a sophisticated, GUI-based, open-source, free reverse-engineering tool created to make Radare2 less painful. Its backend is powered by the radare2 engine fork, Rizin. Reverse engineers and reverse engineers invented the cutter. The native Ghidra decompiler is completely integrated with the Cutter versions.

A binary file may be decompiled into the C language and disassembled using Cutter. Additionally, it offers a mini-graph for quick navigation, a fully-featured graph view, and a linear disassembly view. Other debuggers do not support reverse debugging, but Cutter does. This function allows you to walk backward as well as forwards! Additionally, Cutter offers hex dumps and a stack view that let you instantly trace the stack, analyze registers, and trace memory. In addition, you may alter the binary by flipping jumps, changing instructions, and changing bytes. You will learn everything mentioned above and more in this course.

What this course offers

made with newcomers in mind.

Simple on Linux and Windows Crack is a tool for legally learning reverse engineering.

realistic and practical.

Using only free software

Appropriate for:

  • Students who are learning about reverse engineering and malware analysis
  • Read on if you want to discover how to utilize Cutter for reverse engineering.
  • security specialists

Prerequisite

  • Window PC
  • Basic knowledge of the C/C++ and Assembly languages would be advantageous but not necessary.
  • Basic command-line knowledge of Linux would be advantageous but is not required.
  • The training covers all the information you need.

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Who this course is for:

  • Read on if you want to discover how to utilize Cutter for reverse engineering.
  • Students who are learning about reverse engineering and malware analysis
  • security specialists

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