Reverse Engineering 4: Software Protection
What you'll learn
- How to unpack programs
- Bypass anti-debuggers
- Patch programs
- Dump memory to files
- Use x64dbg debugger
- Use ScyllaHide plugin
- 3 ways to unpack layered protections
- What if the program cannot be unpacked
- Using loaders for process patching
- and more....
- Assembly language is helpful but not compulsory
- Windows PC
- Already know how to use x64dbg debugger
If you had always wanted to learn how software protection works and how to use x64dbg to unpack them, then this is the course for you. This course is an introduction to Software Protection for anyone who wants to get started in this field. It is suitable for software developers who want to learn how to protect their software and also for reverse engineers who want to fix bugs where the source code is not available.
You will learn how to use x64dbg to unpack Crackmes protected with packing and anti-debugging. A CrackMe is a small program designed to test a programmer's reverse engineering skills.
What you will learn
How to set hardware breakpoints and analyze the unpacking header stub
Dumping unpacked executable from memory
Fixing Import Address Tables (IAT) after dumping memory.
Modify program behaviour
Creating loaders for process patching
What if the program cannot be unpacked
3 techniques to unpack multiple protections
Before taking this course, you should already be familiar with how to use x64dbg.
Money back guarantee:
This course is backed by a 30-day money back guarantee. So, go ahead and enroll in this course now and start reverse engineering and debugging programs the fun and easy way!
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who want to know how to extract and dump exe from packed programs
- Computing students who like to learn how software protection works
- Reversing hobbyist who wants to level up their skills to take on packed software
- An introduction to Software Protection for anyone who wants to get started in this field
I am a semi-retired college lecturer with more than 20 years experience in teaching computing and information technology. My interests range from reversing, coding to graphics design, apps, games development, music, health, spirituality and well-being. In my spare time, I also play the piano and keyboard. I enjoy teaching face-to-face and online and also love educating and inspiring others to succeed and live the life of their dreams.