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Chamadas intermodulares no radare e gdb

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Galera, gostei da aula do CERO sobre IAT. 

Só queria saber se tem com visualizar as chamadas intermodulares no radare ou no gdb assim como a gente faz no Olly ou x64dbg. Até entendo que o gdb possa não ter, mas e o radare? Gostaria de uma opinião também se vale a pena abrir uma issue no repo do radare e requisitar essa funcionalidade, pois acho muito útil.

Siga esse link para ver a issue

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Se o autor tiver tempo ele vai incluir essa funcionalidade e algumas outras que ele mesmo sugeriu que seriam legais:
I would call it import “graph” but i can think on other kind of graphs:

- callgraph
- xrefs graph
- refs graph
- bb graph
- data graph

For example, graphing all references to local variables in a function by making variables and addresses where those are referenced as nodes.


All this stuff is easy to do, the only complicated part is defining a clean way to achieve all that and cleanup the ag* commands once again to make it more consistent

https://github.com/radare/radare2/issues/9465#issuecomment-369712551 (18 dias atrás)


Well, i'm pretty short in time, but yep ill try to get this issue fixed before 2.5 @radare

https://github.com/radare/radare2/issues/9465#issuecomment-374287027 (comentado Hoje)

Bacana não é?

Dá até vontade de doar para projetos assim onde os usuários são ouvidos!


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