|Patching closed software for beginniners|
|By Thom Holwerda, submitted by malxau on 2017-02-27 23:39:21|
In this article we'll walk through an example of how to interpret a closed source program, how to analyze its behavior, and how to ultimately alter that behavior to do what we want. These techniques are well known within many circles, but few tutorials exist to help people get started. The context for this example investigation is the linker's subsystem field generation, but the techniques can be applied to other problems that seem interesting.
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