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Vulnerability Data Tracer - Published at Phrack 67 Article
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Visual Data Trace v1.0 Alpha by Rodrigo Rubira Branco (BSDaemon) - <rodrigo *noSPAM* risesecurity_org> Julio Auto - <julio *noSPAM* julioauto.com> == Contents 1. Disclaimer 2. Package Contents 3. Usage 4. Known bugs == 1. Disclaimer The authors makes no guarantees regarding this tool's effectiveness or reliability, being it on its development and testing stages. Actual version was created for a Phrack Article and is companion of such article. == 2. Package Contents a) vdt-tracer.dll <- The tracer, a WinDbg extension b) VDT-GUI.exe <- The analyzer == 3. Usage Place 'vdt-tracer.dll' on your WinDbg extensions folder (the ...\winext\ directory). Load it in WinDbg with '.load vdt-tracer' and then start tracing by issuing the command '!vdt_trace <filename>'. Afterwards, analysis can be done by opening the resulting trace file in VDT-GUI.exe. == 4. Known bugs There are likely many bugs. At this stage of development, they are, quite frankly, expected. The most annoying one, perhaps, is the excessively long time that VDT-GUI takes to load a big file (and traces tend to be pretty big). Loading time reaches around 40 minutes with the file that the authors use to test the application. This is not a bug per se, but rather a severe limitation of Microsoft's ListBox control (all of the processing happens in reasonable time, just the listbox display takes that long). Anyway, it's very annoying and is a priority for future fixes and enhancements.