Question Does anyone know a good and recent devirtualization tutorial?

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rzirvi

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I wanted to follow the tutorial on mobius strip reverse engineering but I had to enter a fuck ton of employer/research information (information that i dont even have).

Other devirtualization tutorials are from like 2014

I am searching for a basic devirtualizing tutorial, preferably past 2017


after i do a tutorial i plan to do some crackmes
please recommend some crackmes also
 
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rzirvi

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anyways
here is my learning plan (will take 1-2 years):
1. learn obRegisterCallbacks
2. learn TLS callbacks
3. learn import fixing and packing
4. learn virtualization and obfuscation
5. learn devirtualization
6. start reversing anticheat

what do you guys think
 
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XdarionX

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anyways
here is my learning plan (will take 1-2 years):
1. learn obRegisterCallbacks
2. learn TLS callbacks
3. learn import fixing and packing
4. learn virtualization and obfuscation
5. learn devirtualization
6. start reversing anticheat

what do you guys think
why at 1 is just obregcal, there are many other functions exported by ntoskrnl that are crucial for os, drivers and ac
anyway good luck
 

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why at 1 is just obregcal, there are many other functions exported by ntoskrnl that are crucial for os, drivers and ac
anyway good luck
Cause he is a beginner, and beginner always think that ObRegisterCallback is all of their pain :)
 
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