A college lecture at City College San Francisco. Instructor: Sam Bowne Class website: https://samsclass.info/127/127S18.shtml. Pass 3: Debugging Hopper provides a graphical interface to the gdb debugger. We'll use that next. Starting the Hopper Debugger From the Ubuntu desktop, at the top left, click the square reddish Search button. In the search field, type hopper In the search results, click 'Hopper Debugger v3', as shown below. A box appears, saying 'Server is. Hopper is a disassembler + debugger meant for Windows, Linux, iOS and Mac OS. It is a cheap alternative for Hex rays IDA. Hopper is capable of showing Assembly code and Pseudo code at the same time so it is best for static analysis. However, its free demo version has limitations like saving, exporting modified binaries are not allowed. A college lecture at City College San Francisco. Instructor: Sam Bowne Class website: https://samsclass.info/127/127S18.shtml. Hopper (December 9, 1906 – January 1, 1992) is credited with popularizing the term 'debugging' after finding an actual moth in her computer. There’s a photo of it on her official Navy page.
The LLDB Debugger, as it’s said on http://lldb.llvm.org/:
LLDB is a next generation, high-performance debugger. It is built as a set of reusable components which highly leverage existing libraries in the larger LLVM Project, such as the Clang expression parser and LLVM disassembler.
I was trying to find an OllyDBG-like debugger on OS X, gdb & lldb are the two choices.
Affinic.com has GUI for these two debuggers, not so good.
Hopper Disassembler provides it’s own GDB Server app, still bad.
Only commands here:
Stop at entry:
Launch with args:
Hopper Debugger Server
Read memory(stack like):