— Does it matter?
— It's his "source of truth" - so apparently it does for him
— Drazzy is the biggest OOP user on the planet!
— He has written 50.000 Classes in his entire career
User Allan has 1/2 warnings; be careful!The latest warn was because:randomly PMing asking for book
— Is it possible to recover symbols after compilation ?
— Depends on the compiler
— If you compile on GCC with -g, they are called "debugging symbols"
— How , and why ? after compilation I have __security_init_cookie which means I have the security flag on the top , but after moving to x folder then they are missing
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— Compile with -g
— I am using cl
— cl stack_cookie_seh.cpp /Od /GS /link /DYNAMICBASE:NO /NXCOMPAT:NO
cl stack_cookie_seh.cpp /Od /GS /link /DYNAMICBASE:NO /NXCOMPAT:NO
— You will find the symbol (or atleast a mangled version of the symbol) when callingstrings a.elfxe
— It didnt contains __security