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    Default Reverse Engineering Tool (eg Ollydbg)

    Does a tool exist where i can run it, and it can track which jumps were and weren't taken in the code, and them compare that to another instance of the same program running in the debugger?

    I hope this makes sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndiC500 View Post
    Does a tool exist where i can run it, and it can track which jumps were and weren't taken in the code, and them compare that to another instance of the same program running in the debugger?
    I hope this makes sense.
    Cheers
    Google shows us :
    Web Results 1 - 50 of about 998,000 for debugging tools . (0.22 seconds)

    If you are looking for a debugger then look there,
    if you are looking for tools in backtrack then look at the backtrack wiki
    type either one of those into google and it will show up
    There is a whole menu section in backtrack called "reverse engineering"
    It has lots of tools like the one mentioned in your title.

    Hope that helps
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    If you're serious about it, look at Ida Pro

    There is a (feature limited) freeware version too

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndiC500 View Post
    Does a tool exist where i can run it, and it can track which jumps were and weren't taken in the code, and them compare that to another instance of the same program running in the debugger?

    I hope this makes sense.
    Cheers
    You want a tool which allows you to run 2 instances of the same program and make 2 different choices for the program.
    This would allow you to display exactly where the check is for the choice you've made.

    Theoretically it would be possible but I haven't seen any tools capable of doing so, IDApro also doesn't have the ability to do this AFAIK.
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    You can trace program instructions to file.
    So you do two seperate session where each instruction is traced.
    After that compare trace output of programs.
    First differents of compared traceoutput is where program runs seperate commands .

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