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How to identify an Instruction displayed in SoftIce window in Actual EXE

Posted on 2004-10-10
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  I have identified an instruction in an EXE file.Now i need to know where exactly it is in the EXE.The Softice window displays Assembly instruction with some cryptic Address at the Left.I wish to know what is this encryptic address and which instruction displayed corresponds to which byte code in EXE and at what location.
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probably you are looking at the opcodes, check the address again, if not then just take the opcodes and do a hex search on your code if you find more than one instruction then add more opcodes to your search from adjacent instructions.... you will hit it :-)
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