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  1. Xbox360 Xex Loader

    These loaders will let you load an xex file directly into IDA without having to do any preprocessing first. The accompanying Xbox360.xml file contains lists of imports that are used to name functions imported into the xex being disassmebled.

    While this was built with the IDA SDK v6.4, it may well still work fine with earlier versions of IDA. I haven't tested this however.

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  2. HiddenBeeLoader

    IDA loader module for Hidden Bee's custom executable file format.
    Here's a half-day project that I did this weekend for my own edification. Perhaps someone will benefit from the source code in the future.
    While reading hasherezade's research on the Hidden Bee malware family's custom file format, I was struck with the thought that this use-case seemed particularly well-suited for an IDA custom loader module. The IDA loader module approach has a few advantages over the previous approach: it's fully automated, requiring no additional programs, plugins, or scripts; the imports have proper names and type information, allowing IDA's ordinary P.I.T. algorithms to propagate the information; and the user can relocate the database to an arbitrary base address.

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  3. Nintendo DS

    Nintendo DS loader module for IDA Pro 7.0
    Windows Installation
    Copy nds.dll to your loaders folder. Linux Installation
    Install the IDA SDK Create a build folder Generate the makefile using CMake: cmake -DIDASDK=/path/to/ida/sdk /path/to/source Compile the plugin using make Copy the nds.llx file inside your IDA directory

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