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Chal021
May 17th, 2004, 00:45
W32DASM is really easy to use ..... and very simple .... i opened up ida pro and ......

im sure all this increased functionality is worth learning about ..... but i need some info ... searched the net and couldnt find anything worthwhile

anyone got any good tuts?

naides
May 17th, 2004, 10:30
Quote:
[Originally Posted by Chal021]W32DASM is really easy to use ..... and very simple .... i opened up ida pro and ......

im sure all this increased functionality is worth learning about ..... but i need some info ... searched the net and couldnt find anything worthwhile

anyone got any good tuts?


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ZaiRoN
May 17th, 2004, 10:41
Hi Chal021,
Quote:
but i need some info
What exactly? Do you tried to read the help inside Ida? It should help you.

Good luck,
Zai

Polaris
May 17th, 2004, 12:26
Quote:
[Originally Posted by Chal021]W32DASM is really easy to use ..... and very simple .... i opened up ida pro and ......

im sure all this increased functionality is worth learning about ..... but i need some info ... searched the net and couldnt find anything worthwhile

anyone got any good tuts?


I don't think you searched the web enough.... There is a funny page on Datarescue's website called "support"... Imagine what's in?

Trying the "getting started" official doc? It shows you: how to define code, data, ascii strings, navigating and even a small tutorial on IDC. This will teach you the basic of the usage of ida.

Search a bit and get it

Also, these tutorials on the official webpage will fill the remaining gaps:
hxxp://www.datarescue.com/idabase/idasupport.htm

Read this and you'll be able to use IDA Pro at its best.... Then you'll have to learn to search

Aimless
May 18th, 2004, 01:19
You may also google search for +"Mammon" +"IDA" and you should get a good detail about how to use IDA.

Have Phun

PS: IDA is like beer. You don't like it at first and wonder why the more bitter the beer, the better its considered. Only when you get used to the taste, you begin to appreciate it more (or am I going over the top?)

naides
May 18th, 2004, 08:32
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[Originally Posted by Aimless]You may also google search for +"Mammon" +"IDA" and you should get a good detail about how to use IDA.

Have Phun

PS: IDA is like beer. You don't like it at first and wonder why the more bitter the beer, the better its considered. Only when you get used to the taste, you begin to appreciate it more (or am I going over the top?)


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Aimless
May 18th, 2004, 23:56
Hic!

Wasshat U talkin t'me?

Hve Phon,

Chal021
May 29th, 2004, 02:15
thanks fer the pointers guys (coding humor)

I really appreciate it