Call Trick

Created the Saturday 23 March 2019. Updated 1 month, 3 weeks ago.

The call trick is an anti-disassembling technique that involves modifying the default function's return address. This can be used in conjunction with other techniques, such as the insertion of garbage bytes, to break disassemblers. Disassemblers that use recursive traversal or linear sweep may be particularly vulnerable to this trick, as they may be unable to accurately interpret the next instruction after the call, making them susceptible to other anti-disassembly techniques.



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