A reverse engineer trying to understand a protected binary is faced with avoiding detection by anti-debugging protections. Advanced protection systems may even load specialized drivers that can re-flash firmware and change the privileges of running applications, significantly increasing the penalty of detection. Hades is a Windows kernel driver designed to aid reverse engineering endeavors. It avoids detection by employing intelligent instrumentation via instruction rerouting in both user and kernel space. This technique allows a reverse engineer to easily debug and profile binaries without fear of invoking protection penalties
- Make sure that the path is C:\WinDDK\xxxx.xxxx\src\HADES There are dependencies in the make files. Just easier to have Hades located here.
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