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Problem with mapping x32dbg


Euclidyr

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Euclidyr

Hello guys, i am very new to this reverse engineering. I will try to explain my problem. After i tried unpacking a dll, i have a problem of mapping some relative addresses. My imagebase is 0x10000000. Everytime i loaded the dll into memory, the base address changes. As shown in the pictures below, the addresses behind CALL and JUMP instructions are changed accordingly. But the addresses after PUSH or after dword ptr data segment, seem to remain unchanged. My question is how can I fix this problem? and what do u refer this problem as? Im grateful for all of you who can enlighten me... thank you guys!PEbear.jpg.6d2750dc6dbf24287673aa3420c33ee9.jpg

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