Hex-Rays is hiring

We are looking for someone to join our team and participate in the development of unique software security tools. The candidates must know low-level details of modern software as well as high-level data structures and algorithms.
* strong knowledge of C/C++
* experience with Qt and GUI development is a big PLUS
* knowledge of x86 assembler and unwillingness to use it in development
* cross platform development (Windows/Linux/Mac) is a plus
* knowing the graph theory and how compilers work is a plus
* ability and willingness to write secure yet fast code
* good problem solving and communication skills
To apply, please send your resume to [email protected]
Code samples and links to implemented projects are welcome.

Hex-Rays Decompiler primer

The Hex-Rays Decompiler 1.0 was released more than two years ago.
Since then it has improved a lot and does a great job decompiling real-life code, but sometimes there are additional things that you might wish to do with its output.
For that purpose we have released the Hex-Rays Decompiler SDK and several sample plugins.
However, the header files alone do not give a complete picture and it can be difficult to see where to start.

In this post we will outline the architecture of the Hex-Rays Decompiler SDK, cover some principles and finally wrap everything we discussed and write a small plugin.

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SEH Graph

It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words, and similarly many reversers would agree that a graph is worth a thousand lists! 😉

Recently, we added graphing support into IDAPython and now Python scripts can build interactive graphs.
To demonstrate this new addition, we will write a small script that graphs the structured exception handlers of a given process.


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