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Thread: Tracing Over System Calls In OllyDbg

  1. #16
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    ok i tested this a bit and it seems to comply for me any one else who want to test and complain are welcome to do so here

    here is the source for the plugin i compiled and linked it with bcc 5.5

    #include <windows.h>
    #include "plugin.h"
    typedef VOID	(__cdecl *SOMEROUTINE)	(int bufferone,int buffertwo,int a,int b,int c);
    #define BufferOne		0x4DED08
    #define	BufferTwo		0x4DFD08
    #define FoundSeq		0x4b486a
    #define XPOS			0x200
    #define YPOS			0x200	
    HINSTANCE			hinst; 
    HWND				hwmain;
    SOMEROUTINE  someroutine 	= (SOMEROUTINE)0x443e64;
    #pragma argsused
    BOOL WINAPI DllEntryPoint(HINSTANCE hi,DWORD reason,LPVOID reserved) {
    	if (reason==DLL_PROCESS_ATTACH)
    	return 1;
    extc int _export cdecl ODBG_Plugindata(char shortname[32]) {
    	return PLUGIN_VERSION;
    #pragma argsused
    extc int _export cdecl ODBG_Plugininit( int ollydbgversion,HWND hw,ulong *features) {
    	if (ollydbgversion<PLUGIN_VERSION)
    		return -1;
    	Addtolist(0,0,"SkipSequencesInRunTrace Plugin");
    	Addtolist(0,-1,"  As Usual Dedicated To Oleh Yuschuk");
    	return 0;
    #pragma argsused
    extc int _export cdecl ODBG_Pluginmenu(int origin,char data[4096],void *item) {
    	switch (origin) {
    		    case PM_MAIN:
    				strcpy(data,"0 &SkipSequencesInRunTrace|1 &About");
    				return 1;
    				default: break;
    	return 0;
    #pragma argsused
    extc void _export cdecl ODBG_Pluginaction(int origin,int action,void *item) {
    	t_dump *		foo;
    	t_table * 		valref;
    	t_ref *			data;
    	int				noofitems,i;
    	if (origin==PM_MAIN) {
    		switch (action){
    			case 0:
    				foo = (t_dump *)Plugingetvalue( VAL_CPUDASM );
    				someroutine( BufferOne, BufferTwo, 1, XPOS, YPOS ); 
    				Findallsequences( foo, (t_extmodel (*)[8])BufferTwo, foo->sel0, (char *)FoundSeq );
    				valref = ( t_table * )Plugingetvalue( VAL_REFERENCES );
    				noofitems = valref->data.n;
    				data = ( t_ref * )valref->;
    					if(data->type == TY_REFERENCE){
    						Modifyhittrace(data->addr,(data->addr+ data->size),ATR_RTSKIP);
    			case 1:
    					"Copyright (C) From Genesis to Eternity Blabberer",
    also attaching the project here
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  2. #17
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    Thanks, I understand the behaviour now. Though I don't really understand why the first instruction in the sequence is skipped, er, not skipped, er, skipped from being skipped. You know what I mean...

    If I try to skip the first 3 instructions, entering the sequence as written:

    01006440 PUSH EBX
    01006441 PUSH ESI
    01006442 PUSH EDI
    01006443 MOV DWORD PTR SS:[EBP-18],ESP

    The runtrace skips the 2nd and 3rd instructions but not the 1st:

    01006440 PUSH EBX
    01006443 MOV DWORD PTR SS:[EBP-18],ESP

    Oh well, maybe that's a useful behaviour since it "marks" where the skipped sequence begins. Fair enough.

    Nice plugin magic as usual btw. Copyright (C) From Genesis to Eternity

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