(I didn't find the "edit" function, sorry for the inconvenience)
So I found a solution: compiling the glibc for multiple architectures et different optimizations, then make the signatures thanks to the .a libraries.
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- Mon Apr 23, 2018 2:39 pm
- Forum: Reverse Engineering and Debugging
- Topic: Creating r2 signatures for the whole libc
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Good afternoon, I have a project in which I would like to know with which libraries a binary has been compiled with (espacially for stripped statically linked binaries). My first idea was to create a small binary wich does nothing and then compile it with gcc and the following agurments: --static (a...