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THE NEWBIE'S GUIDE TO FUNCTION SIGNATURE SCANNING


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Old 01-08-2006 , 14:53  
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haha yeah I'll add you. I guess you were the forefather of all this anyway
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Old 01-11-2006 , 20:39  
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I'd like to add another disassembler that you can use. I have to use this one since IDA doesn't seem to want to read my pdb file.

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Old 01-13-2006 , 13:11  
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Holy crap! This is way to complicated for a lowly VB\C# programmer making small plugins in C++!!

Someone needs to create a nice header and cpp file for each mod that exposes all the functions :

Love you guys!
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Old 04-28-2008 , 21:55   Re: THE NEWBIE'S GUIDE TO FUNCTION SIGNATURE SCANNING
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Can someone tell me what to set this variables value to in Plugin::Load?

/* sigscan_dllfunc should be set to the function "gameServerFactory" in Load() */
static void *(*sigscan_dllfunc)(const char *pName, int *pReturnCode);

I read the comment and I don't understand what I am supposed to set it to.
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Old 04-29-2008 , 22:06   Re: THE NEWBIE'S GUIDE TO FUNCTION SIGNATURE SCANNING
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In ::Load put

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CSigScan::sigscan_dllfunc = &gameServerFactory;
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Old 04-30-2008 , 08:27   Re: THE NEWBIE'S GUIDE TO FUNCTION SIGNATURE SCANNING
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thx noob cannon ur the best
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Old 06-23-2008 , 01:42   Re: THE NEWBIE'S GUIDE TO FUNCTION SIGNATURE SCANNING
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Originally Posted by Thraka View Post
Holy crap! This is way to complicated for a lowly VB\C# programmer making small plugins in C++!!

Someone needs to create a nice header and cpp file for each mod that exposes all the functions :

Love you guys!
and for a noob that did some VB only 0_0
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Old 07-16-2008 , 06:16   Re: THE NEWBIE'S GUIDE TO FUNCTION SIGNATURE SCANNING
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Hello guys,

I have read through and tried to-do all the sigscan tutorials that I've been able to find; Including this one. However I still am unable to use the IDA or olldbg programs etc to find what I need in order to create a signiture to scan.

Is there any chance that someone who knows how to do this properly, and has IDA or ooldbg could please make a video tutorial for this.

I believe my problem is that I am not able to use IDA etc in the write way, even after enduring alot of tutorials. If some could help me out, I would be very, very greatful as then I could get on with my css plugin.

Thanks very much for all the information on this thread, and for reading my message here. Cheers.
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Old 07-16-2008 , 10:54   Re: THE NEWBIE'S GUIDE TO FUNCTION SIGNATURE SCANNING
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StealthAssasin, you don't need to find the function information yourself, there are lots and lots of source out there that have function addresses. Check the wiki for example, and EST's data file.
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Old 07-21-2008 , 17:35   Re: THE NEWBIE'S GUIDE TO FUNCTION SIGNATURE SCANNING
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hi,

if the function has a return value how could i get the returned value after "thiscall" ?
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