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Excellent OllyDbg tutorials

December 11, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

If you are interested in learning how to use OllyDbg to understand how to reverse engineer or modify executables, DLL’s, etc, the tutorials at The Legend of Random are very well done.

Currently there are over 25 tutorials that are progressively more difficult:

  1. What is reverse engineering?
  2. Introducing OllyDBG
  3. Using OllyDBG, Part 1
  4. Using OllyDBG, Part 2
  5. Our First (Sort Of) Crack
  6. Our First (True) Crack
  7. More Crackmes
  8. Frame Of Reference
  9. No Strings Attached
  10. The Levels of Patching
  11. Breaking In Our Noob Skills
  12. A Tougher NOOBy Example
  13. Cracking a Real Program
  14. How to remove nag screens
  15. Using the Call Stack.
  16. Dealing with Windows Messages.
  17. Self Modifying Code.
  18. Bruteforcing.
  19. Working with Delphi Binaries.
  20. Time Trials and Hardware Breakpoints.
  21. Creating patchers.
  22. Dealing with Visual Basic Binaries, Part 1.
  23. Dealing with Visual Basic Binaries, Part 2.
  24. Anti-Debugging Techniques.
  25. Code Caves and PE Sections.
  26. TLS Callbacks.


Also, I recommend using their custom packaged version of OllyDbg which includes many useful plugins already bundled in.


Categories: Disassembly, Tech, Windows
  1. maiki
    May 30, 2013 at 6:05 AM

    great stuf

  2. April 20, 2016 at 2:03 PM

    Link is dead. Any mirrors? T_T

    Or actually, any other cool resources for reverse engineering?

  3. Larsse
    November 10, 2017 at 5:21 AM

    Just thought I’d share this even though it was just a Google search away:

  1. May 8, 2015 at 5:57 PM

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