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Dumping Native DLL's from .NET Packed Programs

Teddy Rogers

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Sometimes after you manual unpack a .NET program when you run the program will complain that some dlls are missing, we simply get .NET dlls using a .NET Generic Unpacker (also we could dump the memory of them from Olly) while native dlls are still missing.

This tutorial will teach you how to dump native dlls from any .NET packed program.

The basic rule: we should stop when the dll is under memory and we should dump the dll before is executed the entry point of him; is not absolutely necessary to stop exactly at entry point of dll.

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