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Old 02-21-2010, 04:51 AM   #1
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Dear All
I have disassembled the object file on my Linux server , by the following :
#objdump wmain
In the output , I have recognized the intended subroutine that I need to find the exact command syntax that it sends out . To this end , I tried to capture it through 'tcpdump' but didn't success . I read this segment assembly language code but it is somewhat difficult to decode . Can you please let me know what Linux decompiler is suitable for this case ? I tried with 'decompyle' but it didn't get through.
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