Windbg + IDA: calculate an address in a module

Windbg + IDA: calculate an address in a module

By : user3865458
Date : January 10 2021, 01:57 PM
like below fixes the issue The recent versions of IDA Pro allow you to debug device drivers through its WinDbg debugger plugin.
Another alternative is that you can rebase your database to match the base of the loaded module and like that you have one to one mapping between idb and windbg session.
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What to do with !address -filter Windbg

What to do with !address -filter Windbg

By : hamderjelle
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , You can use the !heap -s command to get memory usage info in WinDbg. There is a tutorial on Leak Detection with windbg here.
WinDbg Address Summary

WinDbg Address Summary

By : Meghal N Modi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . About unclassified, a lot of posts on the Internet show that in late versions of WinDBG unclassified entries has just replaced the things that were mapped to different regions before. In previous versions of debugger you had these RegionUsageIsVAD, RegionUsageImage.
On my side, I also have a lot or unclassified entries in !address -summary output, but it doesn't prevent me from future debugging.
Getting the type by address in WinDbg

Getting the type by address in WinDbg

By : DaleS
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps This isn't foolproof, but it often works.
Run !heap -x ADDR. This will provide the user pointer. Run dps USERPOINTER. For a C++ object, this will usually give you a vtable symbol name.
Address and Address Range Syntax search memory when using windbg to do debug

Address and Address Range Syntax search memory when using windbg to do debug

By : Στεφ Στεφ
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further The L refers to the length of the range to search so using 0012ff40 as starting range, plus 32 bytes would give end address of 0012ff5f (remember it includes the starting address).
To answer your second part the -d flag tells WinDbg the type of the object, in this case DWORD which will be 32-bit unsigned integer
windbg:Getting source code file at give address like "u address"

windbg:Getting source code file at give address like "u address"

By : WesternSage
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need .open -a is your friend. If you have yor symbols set up correctly, it will open the source that contains the code at the specified address.
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