Programming Linux Anti-Reversing Techniques


Programming Linux Anti-Reversing Techniques teaches the reader how to code and analyze well known anti-reversing techniques for Linux. The book shows how a reverse engineer analyzes a binary using tools like IDA, Radare2, GDB, readelf, and more. The code is presented to the reader ready to compile and analyze on their own.

Unlike many reverse engineering books, Programming Linux Anti-Reversing Techniques provides working code so that the reader can better understand how anti reverse engineering techniques are generated and analyzed. The code starts off as a very straight forward C bind shell that gets modified throughout the book. Each chapter shows the reader how a reverse engineer might look at a binary and how to frustrate that analysis.

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