Need someone to disassemble a code

Discussion in 'Embedded Systems and Microcontrollers' started by maxfourier, Nov 24, 2011.

  1. maxfourier

    Thread Starter New Member

    Aug 7, 2011
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    Can someone plz disassemble and send me the asm code for the hex:

    :100AE6004C41544954554445004C4F4E4749545582
    :030AF60044450074
    :0C0B1900065024475047474102080000E6
    :080A6600C291D2927F017E00D3
    :100A6E00E4FDFCC3ED9FEC9E5015E4FBFA0BBB00BE
    :0F0A7E00010ABA04F8BBFBF50DBD00010C80E4C2
    :010A8D002246
    :070AF9007F01120B007F8456
    :0A0B00008FA0C290120A66C2922272
    :050B0A002569F8E6FF7B
    :0A0B0F008FA0D290120A66C2922253
    :0609DA008B6A8A6B896C38
    :1009E000E4F56DF56EAB6AAA6BA96C856E82856DB8
    :1009F00083120A39FF6014120B0F056EE56E700248
    :0B0A0000056D7F0A7E00120A6E80DA8E
    :010A0B0022C8
    :0C0B2600758920758DFA759850D28E22CA
    :100A8E00E4FFFEFDFC740A2DF8E6B42C0DAB050F49
    :100A9E00EF70010E142459F8A6030DBD00010CEDE4
    :050AAE0064464C70E0FD
    :010AB3002220
    :100AD100E4F5A8120A8E120800120929E4F508F5B6
    :050AE1000975A8902238
    :030023000209913E
    :10099100C0E0C0D075D000C000C006C0070509E5A1
    :1009A100097002050814240AF8A699C3E5099407F9
    :1009B100E50894005016AF09744F2FF8E6FE74094C
    :1009C1002FF8E66E6006750800750900C298D00719
    :0909D100D006D000D0D0D0E032F5
    :100A0C007F40120B007F0A120B0F7F11120B0F7F0E
    :100A1C0011120B0F7F0A120B0FE4FF120B0FE4FFE6
    :0D0A2C00120B0FE4FF120B0FE4FF020B0F83
    :10080000AF5AEF3395E0F5688F69120A0C120AF9B6
    :100810007BFF7A0A79E61209DA7FC0120B00740BAB
    :100820002569F8E6FF120B0F740C2569F8E6FF1234
    :100830000B0FE4FF120B0F740D2569F8E6FF120B86
    :100840000F740E2569F8E6FF120B0F740F2569F877
    :10085000E6FF120B0F74102569F8E6FF120B0F74F8
    :10086000112569F8E6FF120B0F74122569F8E6FFEF
    :10087000120B0F74132569F8E6FF120B0F7F271276
    :100880000B0F74142569F8E6FF120B0F7415256918
    :0D089000F8E6FF120B0F7FFA7E00020A6EE1
    :10092900AF5CEF3395E0F5688F69120AF97BFF7ABE
    :100939000A79EF1209DA7FC0120B00740B120B0A45
    :10094900740C120B0A740D120B0AE4FF120B0F74CC
    :100959000E120B0A740F120B0A7410120B0A74117F
    :10096900120B0A7412120B0A7413120B0A74141262
    :100979000B0A7F27120B0F7415120B0A7416120B30
    :080989000A7FFA7E00020A6EEB
    :100AB400120B267F38120B007F0E120B0075A890C4
    :0D0AC400E5096445450870F8120AD180F379
    :0300000002089D56
    :0C089D00787FE4F6D8FD75816E0208E457
    :100A3900BB010CE58229F582E5833AF583E0225072
    :100A490006E92582F8E622BBFE06E92582F8E222BC
    :0D0A5900E58229F582E5833AF583E49322D6
    :1008A900020AB4E493A3F8E493A34003F68001F2A7
    :1008B90008DFF48029E493A3F85407240CC8C33350
    :1008C900C4540F4420C8834004F456800146F6DF1F
    :1008D900E4800B0102040810204080900B19E47E8B
    :1008E900019360BCA3FF543F30E509541FFEE49314
    :1008F900A360010ECF54C025E060A840B8E493A3DB
    :10090900FAE493A3F8E493A3C8C582C8CAC583CA05
    :10091900F0A3C8C582C8CAC583CADFE9DEE780BEBD
    :010B250000CF
    :00000001FF
     
  2. MrChips

    Moderator

    Oct 2, 2009
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    You're not giving us much help here. You need to tell us which microprocessor is the target.
     
  3. DumboFixer

    Active Member

    Feb 10, 2009
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    Another thing to consider is the source of the code. If this was read from a commercial device then it could be subject to copyright which often states you are not allowed to "decompile or disassemble" the code.

    Just my $0.02 worth.
     
  4. Yako

    New Member

    Nov 24, 2011
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    Totally agree.

    You can actually provide some top protection for any work that you do for flash-based MCUs. It is called a suicide technique, whereas if the MCU detects that its trying to be read (its program pin changing state) -- then it self erases its flash memory.

    Cool huh?
     
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