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Very Nice Asm Tut

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C0dEStRiP
University of Guadalajara

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June 12th 1995

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Guest V.ranger

Wow! Thanks a lot for the link! :)

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Hasl

good jobs dudes :D:D

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yamraaj

Microsoft MASM Programmer's Guide: Assembly-Language Development System v6.1

Old but very useful :^

http://doc.ddart.net/asm/Microsoft_MASM_Programmers_Guide_v6.1/

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nakfreeajer

I have the book about few years back.

Here u can download few chapter http://kipirvine.com/asm/4th/sampleChapters/index.htm

It may help u 2 understand the fundemental of assembly language for intel chipset (I think the most used chipset in the box nowday) :D

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Fish3r

Thanks all but the link for goppit is dead. :dunno:

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mia

The new link is

http://arteam.accessroot.com/tutorials.html?fid=173

mia....

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Fish3r
FPU Guide attached...Cheers :D

That's a tight one thanks :D

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Guest { Zuhai

Awesome links ..

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Guest X-13

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metr0
if i learn ASM i can make virus,then i can crack or unpack,and if i learn from ASM is it easy to understand unpacking tutorials am i right?

that opinion is came from my friend i ask him to make a tutorial for me one on one in unpacking,but he refuse he told me that im gonna read and learn ASM first is he is right?in return to him im willing to pay to learn but he still insist that i have to read books of peter norton.

Hm, imo, you're right in some points. Yes, Assembly is necessesary to learn how to crack (that includes unpacking, keygenning, whatever) - at least you've to know the basics. ;)

But i can't understand the 'virus-argument', you can code virii in (nearly) all available languages? Nevertheless, don't write virii, learn to crack. A better way to spend your time. xD

Uhm, about the Peter Norton-Thing: I _never_ read any of his books, and it seems like it covers more aspects needed for virus writing (dunno... Norton, the security suite?). I myself never read a book of Peter Norton and I've no problems with that. But maybe they're interesting.

Good luck,

metr0

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Fungus

Don't write malware, malware sucks... and can land you in prison too. Why would you wanna do that? :/

Peter Norton wrote some excellent books on asm and dos programming, worth a look if you can find them, they are quite old now. But thick as a brick :D

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Jatt

hi guys, i m only familiar with ASM ,cuz i m from electronics branch , one day i search for cracking tools even dont know how to crack then i download olly from one site after some time i realize tht i need a tut to learn olly and cracking , then i search on cracking tutorials and i reached at tuts4you.com :) i grab some lena tuts , when i found it interesting then i read some books on vb , my experience says tht u should learn how ur processor works why it is 8bit ,16bit ,32bit ,64bit

and more terms like registers, accumulator , interrupts, Accumulator, Flags ,stack pointer and program counter etc etc

if u know how processor work ,it very easy to know wats going on at binary level (or hex level ) when u r reversing a app

now if u r only familiar with ASM like me :)

then u should learn about c , vb and many more languages if ya want make ur life bit easier :)

thnx to SND and my teacher Lena151 :flowers::flowers::flowers:

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Kerzenval

Thx u for this links ! ;)

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Ac
7 Program examples

The program examples are missing.. :dunno:

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HVC
7 Program examples

The program examples are missing.. :dunno:

Are you sure?

Cause i found at least 11 of them at the bottom of the page, beneath the "6.2.3 Macro Libraries" chapter.

The only thing they're missing is the anchor and the big neon sign. :blink:

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Ac

yeah the examples where there..

only the anchor on top doesn't point you anywhere and there is no number 7.

It ends on 6.2.3 Macro Libraries (and I thought it was part of the chapter)

well, thanks anyways.. :cool:

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blackshadowbutt

Thanks for sharing

Very nice tuts. :D

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ACiD RAiN

This is very good. Thanks for the link dude! :]

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Fizban

Well, i started reading this tut and noticed a mistake.. i hope it doesn't have any more "Basic" mistakes in it :(

2.2.1.3 converting binary numbers to decimals:

Mistake:

Binary: 1 1 0 0 1

Decimal: 1*2^0 + 1*2^1 + 0*2^2 + 0*2^3 + 1*2^4 <--- Should be reversed

Suppose to be:

Binary: 1 1 0 0 1

Decimal: 1*2^4 + 1*2^3 + 0*2^2 + 0*2^1 + 1*2^0 = 25 and NOT 19 like the tut say..

Will edit this post if i find more mistakes..

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