Recover RSA Private Key from N E D

N: Public Modulus
E: Public Exponent
D: Private Exponent

Recover RSA Private Key from N E D by @sskaje:

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Unity3d资源文件解密 by @sskaje:

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Collection of free/opensource .NET tools

Free .NET decompiler provided by JetBrains.

Open source .net decompiler.

The .NET Assembly Editor, provides plugin for ILSpy and Reflector.

Simple Assembly Explorer
If you want to edit IL, this one is easier to use than ILSpy + Reflexil.

.NET deobfuscator and unpacker.

Collection of free/opensource .NET tools by @sskaje:

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ARM __moddi3

When I was debugging an app on iPhone 4 (armv7), I found a function call:

Since ARM does not have Division/Modulo operators, compilers use other ways making your code work on devices like iPhone.

I followed the __moddi3 on iPhone 4, the moddi3() is provided by llvm’s compiler-rt (lib/builtins/moddi3.c).

Parameters a and b are 64-bit long and returned value is also 64-bit.

But in ARMv7, registers are 32-bit long. I’m trying to find out which registers are used.

I wrote a simple C file and compile to armv7 and x86_64

Compile to x86_64

Disassembe x86_64

x86_64 uses idivq, in this program:

Compile to armv7

Disassemble armv7

In armv7:

If both dividend and divisor are less than 0x100000000.

$r2 may be negative, like 0xfffffff3. ($r3 == 0).

means $r0 – $r2 == divisor

If signed integer $r2 is smaller than 0x80000000,
((long long) $r1 << 32 | $r0) - ((long long ) $r3 << 32 | $r2) == divisor.

ARM __moddi3 by @sskaje:

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