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Author Lyashko, Alexey,
Title Mastering Assembly programming : from instruction set to kernel module with Intel processor / Alexey Lyashko.
Imprint Birmingham, UK : Packt Publishing, 2017.

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Author Lyashko, Alexey,
Subject Assembly languages (Electronic computers)
Description 1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
Note Description based on online resource; title from title page (viewed October 23, 2017).
Contents Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Credits -- About the Author -- About the Reviewer -- www.PacktPub.com -- Customer Feedback -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1: Intel Architecture -- Processor registers -- General purpose registers -- Accumulators -- Counter -- Stack pointer -- Source and destination indices -- Base pointer -- Instruction pointer -- Floating point registers -- XMM registers -- Segment registers and memory organization -- Real mode -- Protected mode -- segmentation -- Protected mode -- paging -- Long mode -- paging -- Control registers -- Debug registers -- Debug address registers DR0 -- DR3 -- Debug control register (DR7) -- Debug status register (DR6) -- The EFlags register -- Bit #0 -- carry flag -- Bit #2 -- parity flag -- Bit #4 -- adjust flag -- Bit #6 -- zero flag -- Bit #7 -- sign flag -- Bit #8 -- trap flag -- Bit #9 -- interrupt enable flag -- Bit #10 -- direction flag -- Bit #11 -- overflow flag -- Remaining bits -- Summary -- Chapter 2: Setting Up a Development Environment -- Microsoft Macro Assembler -- Installing Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 Community -- Setting up the Assembly project -- GNU Assembler (GAS) -- Installing GAS -- Step 1 -- installing GAS -- Step 2 -- let's test -- Flat Assembler -- Installing the Flat Assembler -- The first FASM program -- Windows -- Linux -- Summary -- Chapter 3: Intel Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) -- Assembly source template -- The Windows Assembly template (32-bit) -- The Linux Assembly template (32-bit) -- Data types and their definitions -- A debugger -- The instruction set summary -- General purpose instructions -- Data transfer instructions -- Binary Arithmetic Instructions -- Decimal arithmetic instructions -- Logical instructions -- Shift and rotate instructions -- Bit and byte instructions -- Execution flow transfer instructions -- String instructions -- ENTER/LEAVE.
Flag control instructions -- Miscellaneous instructions -- FPU instructions -- Extensions -- AES-NI -- SSE -- Example program -- Summary -- Chapter 4: Memory Addressing Modes -- Addressing code -- Sequential addressing -- Direct addressing -- Indirect addressing -- RIP based addressing -- Addressing data -- Sequential addressing -- Direct addressing -- Scale, index, base, and displacement -- RIP addressing -- Far pointers -- Summary -- Chapter 5: Parallel Data Processing -- SSE -- Registers -- Revisions -- Biorhythm calculator -- The idea -- The algorithm -- Data section -- The code -- Standard header -- The main() function -- Data preparation steps -- Calculation loop -- Adjustment of sine input values -- Computing sine -- Exponentiation -- Factorials -- AVX-512 -- Summary -- Chapter 6: Macro Instructions -- What are macro instructions? -- How it works -- Macro instructions with parameters -- Variadic macro instructions -- An introduction to calling conventions -- cdecl (32-bit) -- stdcall (32-bit) -- Microsoft x64 (64-bit) -- AMD64 (64-bit) -- A note on Flat Assembler's macro capabilities -- Macro instructions in MASM and GAS -- Microsoft Macro Assembler -- The GNU Assembler -- Other assembler directives (FASM Specific) -- The conditional assembly -- Repeat directives -- Inclusion directives -- The include directive -- File directive -- Summary -- Chapter 7: Data Structures -- Arrays -- Simple byte arrays -- Arrays of words, double words, and quad words -- Structures -- Addressing structure members -- Arrays of structures -- Arrays of pointers to structures -- Linked lists -- Special cases of linked lists -- Stack -- Queue and deque -- Priority queues -- Cyclic linked list -- Summary for special cases of linked lists -- Trees -- A practical example -- Example -- trivial cryptographic virtual machine -- Virtual machine architecture.
Adding support for a virtual processor to the Flat Assembler -- Virtual code -- The virtual processor -- Searching the tree -- The loop -- Tree balancing -- Sparse matrices -- Graphs -- Summary -- Chapter 8: Mixing Modules Written in Assembly and Those Written in High-Level Languages -- Crypto Core -- Portability -- Specifying the output format -- Conditional declaration of code and data sections -- Exporting symbols -- Core procedures -- Encryption/decryption -- Setting the encryption/decryption parameters -- f_set_data_pointer -- f_set_data_length -- GetPointers() -- Interfacing with C/C++ -- Static linking -- Visual Studio 2017 -- Static linking -- GCC -- Dynamic linking -- Assembly and managed code -- Native structure versus managed structure -- Importing from DLL/SO and function pointers -- Summary -- Chapter 9: Operating System Interface -- The rings -- System call -- System call hardware interface -- Direct system calls -- Indirect system calls -- Using libraries -- Windows -- Linking against object and/or library files -- Object file -- Producing the executable -- Importing procedures from DLL -- Linux -- Linking against object and/or library files -- Object file -- Producing the executable -- Dynamic linking of ELF -- The code -- Summary -- Chapter 10: Patching Legacy Code -- The executable -- The issue -- PE files -- Headers -- Imports -- Gathering information -- Locating calls to gets() -- Preparing for the patch -- Importing fgets() -- Patching calls -- Shim code -- Applying the patch -- A complex scenario -- Preparing the patch -- Adjusting file headers -- Appending a new section -- Fixing the call instruction -- ELF executables -- LD_PRELOAD -- A shared object -- Summary -- Chapter 11: Oh, Almost Forgot -- Protecting the code -- The original code -- The call -- The call obfuscation macro -- A bit of kernel space -- LKM structure.
LKM source -- .init.text -- .exit.text -- .rodata.str1.1 -- .modinfo -- .gnu.linkonce.this_module -- __versions -- Testing the LKM -- Summary -- Index.
ISBN 9781787287488
OCLC # 1007702230


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