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WUSSTrace ========= WUSSTrace is a user-space syscall tracer for Microsoft Windows developed for fine grained syscall tracing: it supports the majority of Windows system calls (except GUI system calls), the majority of argument types, and dumps faithfully all the supported types. WUSSTrace produces easy-to-parse XML traces leveraging the Boost serialization library. Tracing is performed by injecting a shared library in the address space of the traced process and by hooking the stubs KiFastSystemCall and KiIntSystemCall in ntdll.dll. How to compile WUSSTrace ======================== In order to compile WUSSTrace you need: the MinGW compiler and the Boost serialization library. Once your development environment is ready simply run "make". How to use WUSSTrace ==================== To trace the execution of a program you just have to run WUSSTrace and specify on the command line the name of the program to trace. By default WUSSTrace does not dump on disk the system calls intercepted. To do that you have to add the options "-d PATH/PREFIX" to the command line to specify where to store the traces. To find you other valid command line options run WUSSTrace with no arguments. The system calls traces produced are XML documents. WUSSTrace comes with a Python interface, called PyWUSS, that facilitates the analysis of XML traces. Limitations =========== At the moment WUSSTrace only intercepts system calls invoked using KiIntSystemCall. Support for hooking KiFastSystemCall has not been implemented yet only because of time constraint. Consequently, if your machine supports "sysenter" WUSSTrace will not work. To workaround this limitation you can perform your analyses from within VirtualBox, which virtualizes a IA-32 CPU without the support for "sysenter". WUSSTrace has been tested only on Microsoft Windows XP SP2. Copyright ========= WUSSTrace is copyrighted (2010) by Lorenzo Martignoni and Roberto Paleari. It is licensed under GPLv3+ (GNU GPL version 3 or later <http://gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html>). For further information about the license please read the file COPYING included in the distribution. Contact information =================== Bug reports, patch submissions, and any other useful contribution are very welcome; just drop an email to: * Lorenzo Martignoni <email@example.com> * Roberto Paleari <firstname.lastname@example.org>