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Tutorial IDA + LLDB Tutorial [Noob Friendly]

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  • Just now, AxCE said:

    Well done!!

    But, but what about ASLR ? ;)

    Not really needed for armv7, the binary I upload has aslr removed.

    Although I'll add it to my topic, thanks.

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