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#32 Invalid 64-bit machine disassembly

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2014-03-31
2014-01-26
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I seems HT sometimes does mistakes in disasssembly. On x64 ELF linux file it dumped opcode 48 8d 7c 24 08 as

dec eax
lea edi, [esp+8]

but on x64 binary it obviously should be dumped as

lea rdi, [esp+8]

Does it understand 64-bit assembler, btw?

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Bugs: #32

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  • This should work. You have to switch to „ELF/image“ to get the x86_64 disassembler. The "disasm/x86“ view is meant for disassembling flat DOS binaries from an ancient time :)

    Am 26.01.2014 um 07:16 schrieb Mikhail Veltishchev dichlofos@users.sf.net:

    [bugs:#32] Invalid 64-bit machine disassembly

    Status: open
    Created: Sun Jan 26, 2014 06:16 AM UTC by Mikhail Veltishchev
    Last Updated: Sun Jan 26, 2014 06:16 AM UTC
    Owner: nobody

    I seems HT sometimes does mistakes in disasssembly. On x64 ELF linux file it dumped opcode 48 8d 7c 24 08 as

    dec eax
    lea edi, [esp+8]
    but on x64 binary it obviously should be dumped as

    lea rdi, [esp+8]
    Does it understand 64-bit assembler, btw?

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    Bugs: #32

  • You're absolutely right! I used exactly that view: disasm/x86!

    Maybe it worth adding word 'disasm' to 'ELF/image' title to make it obvious, or even hide 'disasm/x86' for ELF files?