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|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Raul Rathmann)|
|Keywords:||code, assembler, debug|
|Organization:||University of California, San Diego|
|Date:||7 Sep 90 23:35:32 GMT|
In article <HOW.90Sep5173755@sundrops.ucdavis.edu> email@example.com (W. Wilson Ho) writes:
> I am looking for any information related to disassembling
>object code into assembly langauge or even higher-level language such
>as C. Would someone please give me pointers to program sources,
>documentation or papers related to this?
I have used a disassembler called "unas" that spit out "as" assembly code
from object code on VAXen and Suns running BSD UNIX. I picked it up from
some anonymous ftp site, possibly from a comp.sources.unix archive site. It
was pretty old and I might still have it around, but no guarantees.
I used it to reverse engineer part of a library that I had no way of getting
source code for. Getting it from assembly to C was pretty difficult and was
mostly an intuitive operation. To make a program that automatically did
this would probably be a major undertaking and even then I don't think it
would be able to figure out certain things.
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