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Reverse Engineering Windbg Commands for Profit

In this article, I will introduce benefit of reverse engineering Windbg for understanding the Windows kernel with looking at an undocumented command, fixing an issue in it and re-implementing the same functionality on a device driver. Windbg is a powerful resource not only because you can see thorough run-time information even if you do not know how to manually do that but also you can learn how Windbg does that with reverse engineering it. Implementation of the !timer command is, for example, where you should examine if you want to know how to enumerate all scheduled timer callbacks.


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