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/* diStorm 3.4.0 */
/*
distorm.h
diStorm3 - Powerful disassembler for X86/AMD64
http://ragestorm.net/distorm/
distorm at gmail dot com
Copyright (C) 2003-2018 Gil Dabah
This library is licensed under the BSD license. See the file COPYING.
*/
#ifndef DISTORM_H
#define DISTORM_H
/*
* 64 bit offsets support:
* If the diStorm library you use was compiled with 64 bits offsets,
* make sure you compile your own code with the following macro set:
* SUPPORT_64BIT_OFFSET
* Otherwise comment it out, or you will get a linker error of an unresolved symbol...
* Turned on by default!
*/
#if !(defined(DISTORM_STATIC) || defined(DISTORM_DYNAMIC))
/* Define this macro for outer projects by default. */
#define SUPPORT_64BIT_OFFSET
#endif
/* TINYC has a problem with some 64bits library functions, so ignore 64 bit offsets. */
#ifdef __TINYC__
#undef SUPPORT_64BIT_OFFSET
#endif
/* If your compiler doesn't support stdint.h, define your own 64 bits type. */
#ifdef SUPPORT_64BIT_OFFSET
#ifdef _MSC_VER
#define OFFSET_INTEGER unsigned __int64
#else
#include <stdint.h>
#define OFFSET_INTEGER uint64_t
#endif
#else
/* 32 bit offsets are used. */
#define OFFSET_INTEGER unsigned long
#endif
#ifdef _MSC_VER
/* Since MSVC isn't shipped with stdint.h, we will have our own: */
typedef signed __int64 int64_t;
typedef unsigned __int64 uint64_t;
typedef signed __int32 int32_t;
typedef unsigned __int32 uint32_t;
typedef signed __int16 int16_t;
typedef unsigned __int16 uint16_t;
typedef signed __int8 int8_t;
typedef unsigned __int8 uint8_t;
#endif
/* Support C++ compilers */
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
/* *** Helper Macros *** */
/* Get the ISC of the instruction, used with the definitions below. */
#define META_GET_ISC(meta) (((meta) >> 3) & 0x1f)
#define META_SET_ISC(di, isc) (((di)->meta) |= ((isc) << 3))
/* Get the flow control flags of the instruction, see 'features for decompose' below. */
#define META_GET_FC(meta) ((meta) & 0x7)
/* Get the target address of a branching instruction. O_PC operand type. */
#define INSTRUCTION_GET_TARGET(di) ((_OffsetType)(((di)->addr + (di)->imm.addr + (di)->size)))
/* Get the target address of a RIP-relative memory indirection. */
#define INSTRUCTION_GET_RIP_TARGET(di) ((_OffsetType)(((di)->addr + (di)->disp + (di)->size)))
/*
* Operand Size or Adderss size are stored inside the flags:
* 00 - 16 bits
* 01 - 32 bits
* 10 - 64 bits
* 11 - reserved
*
* If you call these set-macros more than once, you will have to clean the bits before doing so.
*/
#define FLAG_SET_OPSIZE(di, size) ((di->flags) |= (((size) & 3) << 8))
#define FLAG_SET_ADDRSIZE(di, size) ((di->flags) |= (((size) & 3) << 10))
#define FLAG_GET_OPSIZE(flags) (((flags) >> 8) & 3)
#define FLAG_GET_ADDRSIZE(flags) (((flags) >> 10) & 3)
/* To get the LOCK/REPNZ/REP prefixes. */
#define FLAG_GET_PREFIX(flags) ((flags) & 7)
/* Indicates whether the instruction is privileged. */
#define FLAG_GET_PRIVILEGED(flags) (((flags) & FLAG_PRIVILEGED_INSTRUCTION) != 0)
/*
* Macros to extract segment registers from 'segment':
*/
#define SEGMENT_DEFAULT 0x80
#define SEGMENT_SET(di, seg) ((di->segment) |= seg)
#define SEGMENT_GET(segment) (((segment) == R_NONE) ? R_NONE : ((segment) & 0x7f))
#define SEGMENT_IS_DEFAULT(segment) (((segment) & SEGMENT_DEFAULT) == SEGMENT_DEFAULT)
/* Decodes modes of the disassembler, 16 bits or 32 bits or 64 bits for AMD64, x86-64. */
typedef enum { Decode16Bits = 0, Decode32Bits = 1, Decode64Bits = 2 } _DecodeType;
typedef OFFSET_INTEGER _OffsetType;
typedef struct {
_OffsetType codeOffset, nextOffset; /* nextOffset is OUT only. */
const uint8_t* code;
int codeLen; /* Using signed integer makes it easier to detect an underflow. */
_DecodeType dt;
unsigned int features;
} _CodeInfo;
typedef enum { O_NONE, O_REG, O_IMM, O_IMM1, O_IMM2, O_DISP, O_SMEM, O_MEM, O_PC, O_PTR } _OperandType;
typedef union {
/* Used by O_IMM: */
int8_t sbyte;
uint8_t byte;
int16_t sword;
uint16_t word;
int32_t sdword;
uint32_t dword;
int64_t sqword; /* All immediates are SIGN-EXTENDED to 64 bits! */
uint64_t qword;
/* Used by O_PC: (Use GET_TARGET_ADDR).*/
_OffsetType addr; /* It's a relative offset as for now. */
/* Used by O_PTR: */
struct {
uint16_t seg;
/* Can be 16 or 32 bits, size is in ops[n].size. */
uint32_t off;
} ptr;
/* Used by O_IMM1 (i1) and O_IMM2 (i2). ENTER instruction only. */
struct {
uint32_t i1;
uint32_t i2;
} ex;
} _Value;
typedef struct {
/* Type of operand:
O_NONE: operand is to be ignored.
O_REG: index holds global register index.
O_IMM: instruction.imm.
O_IMM1: instruction.imm.ex.i1.
O_IMM2: instruction.imm.ex.i2.
O_DISP: memory dereference with displacement only, instruction.disp.
O_SMEM: simple memory dereference with optional displacement (a single register memory dereference).
O_MEM: complex memory dereference (optional fields: s/i/b/disp).
O_PC: the relative address of a branch instruction (instruction.imm.addr).
O_PTR: the absolute target address of a far branch instruction (instruction.imm.ptr.seg/off).
*/
uint8_t type; /* _OperandType */
/* Index of:
O_REG: holds global register index
O_SMEM: holds the 'base' register. E.G: [ECX], [EBX+0x1234] are both in operand.index.
O_MEM: holds the 'index' register. E.G: [EAX*4] is in operand.index.
*/
uint8_t index;
/* Size in bits of:
O_REG: register
O_IMM: instruction.imm
O_IMM1: instruction.imm.ex.i1
O_IMM2: instruction.imm.ex.i2
O_DISP: instruction.disp
O_SMEM: size of indirection.
O_MEM: size of indirection.
O_PC: size of the relative offset
O_PTR: size of instruction.imm.ptr.off (16 or 32)
*/
uint16_t size;
} _Operand;
#define OPCODE_ID_NONE 0
/* Instruction could not be disassembled. */
#define FLAG_NOT_DECODABLE ((uint16_t)-1)
/* The instruction locks memory access. */
#define FLAG_LOCK (1 << 0)
/* The instruction is prefixed with a REPNZ. */
#define FLAG_REPNZ (1 << 1)
/* The instruction is prefixed with a REP, this can be a REPZ, it depends on the specific instruction. */
#define FLAG_REP (1 << 2)
/* Indicates there is a hint taken for Jcc instructions only. */
#define FLAG_HINT_TAKEN (1 << 3)
/* Indicates there is a hint non-taken for Jcc instructions only. */
#define FLAG_HINT_NOT_TAKEN (1 << 4)
/* The Imm value is signed extended (E.G in 64 bit decoding mode, a 32 bit imm is usually sign extended into 64 bit imm). */
#define FLAG_IMM_SIGNED (1 << 5)
/* The destination operand is writable. */
#define FLAG_DST_WR (1 << 6)
/* The instruction uses RIP-relative indirection. */
#define FLAG_RIP_RELATIVE (1 << 7)
/* See flag FLAG_GET_XXX macros above. */
/* The instruction is privileged and can only be used from Ring0. */
#define FLAG_PRIVILEGED_INSTRUCTION (1 << 15)
/* No register was defined. */
#define R_NONE ((uint8_t)-1)
#define REGS64_BASE 0
#define REGS32_BASE 16
#define REGS16_BASE 32
#define REGS8_BASE 48
#define REGS8_REX_BASE 64
#define SREGS_BASE 68
#define FPUREGS_BASE 75
#define MMXREGS_BASE 83
#define SSEREGS_BASE 91
#define AVXREGS_BASE 107
#define CREGS_BASE 123
#define DREGS_BASE 132
#define OPERANDS_NO (4)
typedef struct {
/* Used by ops[n].type == O_IMM/O_IMM1&O_IMM2/O_PTR/O_PC. Its size is ops[n].size. */
_Value imm;
/* Used by ops[n].type == O_SMEM/O_MEM/O_DISP. Its size is dispSize. */
uint64_t disp;
/* Virtual address of first byte of instruction. */
_OffsetType addr;
/* General flags of instruction, holds prefixes and more, if FLAG_NOT_DECODABLE, instruction is invalid. */
uint16_t flags;
/* Unused prefixes mask, for each bit that is set that prefix is not used (LSB is byte [addr + 0]). */
uint16_t unusedPrefixesMask;
/* Mask of registers that were used in the operands, only used for quick look up, in order to know *some* operand uses that register class. */
uint32_t usedRegistersMask;
/* ID of opcode in the global opcode table. Use for mnemonic look up. */
uint16_t opcode;
/* Up to four operands per instruction, ignored if ops[n].type == O_NONE. */
_Operand ops[OPERANDS_NO];
/* Size of the whole instruction in bytes. */
uint8_t size;
/* Segment information of memory indirection, default segment, or overriden one, can be -1. Use SEGMENT macros. */
uint8_t segment;
/* Used by ops[n].type == O_MEM. Base global register index (might be R_NONE), scale size (2/4/8), ignored for 0 or 1. */
uint8_t base, scale;
uint8_t dispSize;
/* Meta defines the instruction set class, and the flow control flags. Use META macros. */
uint8_t meta;
/* The CPU flags that the instruction operates upon. */
uint16_t modifiedFlagsMask, testedFlagsMask, undefinedFlagsMask;
} _DInst;
#ifndef DISTORM_LIGHT
/* Static size of strings. Do not change this value. Keep Python wrapper in sync. */
#define MAX_TEXT_SIZE (48)
typedef struct {
unsigned int length;
unsigned char p[MAX_TEXT_SIZE]; /* p is a null terminated string. */
} _WString;
/*
* Old decoded instruction structure in text format.
* Used only for backward compatibility with diStorm64.
* This structure holds all information the disassembler generates per instruction.
*/
typedef struct {
_WString mnemonic; /* Mnemonic of decoded instruction, prefixed if required by REP, LOCK etc. */
_WString operands; /* Operands of the decoded instruction, up to 3 operands, comma-seperated. */
_WString instructionHex; /* Hex dump - little endian, including prefixes. */
unsigned int size; /* Size of decoded instruction in bytes. */
_OffsetType offset; /* Start offset of the decoded instruction. */
} _DecodedInst;
#endif /* DISTORM_LIGHT */
/* Register masks for quick look up, each mask indicates one of a register-class that is being used in some operand. */
#define RM_AX 1 /* AL, AH, AX, EAX, RAX */
#define RM_CX 2 /* CL, CH, CX, ECX, RCX */
#define RM_DX 4 /* DL, DH, DX, EDX, RDX */
#define RM_BX 8 /* BL, BH, BX, EBX, RBX */
#define RM_SP 0x10 /* SPL, SP, ESP, RSP */
#define RM_BP 0x20 /* BPL, BP, EBP, RBP */
#define RM_SI 0x40 /* SIL, SI, ESI, RSI */
#define RM_DI 0x80 /* DIL, DI, EDI, RDI */
#define RM_FPU 0x100 /* ST(0) - ST(7) */
#define RM_MMX 0x200 /* MM0 - MM7 */
#define RM_SSE 0x400 /* XMM0 - XMM15 */
#define RM_AVX 0x800 /* YMM0 - YMM15 */
#define RM_CR 0x1000 /* CR0, CR2, CR3, CR4, CR8 */
#define RM_DR 0x2000 /* DR0, DR1, DR2, DR3, DR6, DR7 */
#define RM_R8 0x4000 /* R8B, R8W, R8D, R8 */
#define RM_R9 0x8000 /* R9B, R9W, R9D, R9 */
#define RM_R10 0x10000 /* R10B, R10W, R10D, R10 */
#define RM_R11 0x20000 /* R11B, R11W, R11D, R11 */
#define RM_R12 0x40000 /* R12B, R12W, R12D, R12 */
#define RM_R13 0x80000 /* R13B, R13W, R13D, R13 */
#define RM_R14 0x100000 /* R14B, R14W, R14D, R14 */
#define RM_R15 0x200000 /* R15B, R15W, R15D, R15 */
/* RIP should be checked using the 'flags' field and FLAG_RIP_RELATIVE.
* Segments should be checked using the segment macros.
* For now R8 - R15 are not supported and non general purpose registers map into same RM.
*/
/* CPU flags that instructions modify, test or undefine (are EFLAGS compatible!). */
#define D_CF 1 /* Carry */
#define D_PF 4 /* Parity */
#define D_AF 0x10 /* Auxiliary */
#define D_ZF 0x40 /* Zero */
#define D_SF 0x80 /* Sign */
#define D_IF 0x200 /* Interrupt */
#define D_DF 0x400 /* Direction */
#define D_OF 0x800 /* Overflow */
/*
* Instructions Set classes:
* if you want a better understanding of the available classes, look at disOps project, file: x86sets.py.
*/
/* Indicates the instruction belongs to the General Integer set. */
#define ISC_INTEGER 1
/* Indicates the instruction belongs to the 387 FPU set. */
#define ISC_FPU 2
/* Indicates the instruction belongs to the P6 set. */
#define ISC_P6 3
/* Indicates the instruction belongs to the MMX set. */
#define ISC_MMX 4
/* Indicates the instruction belongs to the SSE set. */
#define ISC_SSE 5
/* Indicates the instruction belongs to the SSE2 set. */
#define ISC_SSE2 6
/* Indicates the instruction belongs to the SSE3 set. */
#define ISC_SSE3 7
/* Indicates the instruction belongs to the SSSE3 set. */
#define ISC_SSSE3 8
/* Indicates the instruction belongs to the SSE4.1 set. */
#define ISC_SSE4_1 9
/* Indicates the instruction belongs to the SSE4.2 set. */
#define ISC_SSE4_2 10
/* Indicates the instruction belongs to the AMD's SSE4.A set. */
#define ISC_SSE4_A 11
/* Indicates the instruction belongs to the 3DNow! set. */
#define ISC_3DNOW 12
/* Indicates the instruction belongs to the 3DNow! Extensions set. */
#define ISC_3DNOWEXT 13
/* Indicates the instruction belongs to the VMX (Intel) set. */
#define ISC_VMX 14
/* Indicates the instruction belongs to the SVM (AMD) set. */
#define ISC_SVM 15
/* Indicates the instruction belongs to the AVX (Intel) set. */
#define ISC_AVX 16
/* Indicates the instruction belongs to the FMA (Intel) set. */
#define ISC_FMA 17
/* Indicates the instruction belongs to the AES/AVX (Intel) set. */
#define ISC_AES 18
/* Indicates the instruction belongs to the CLMUL (Intel) set. */
#define ISC_CLMUL 19
/* Features for decompose: */
#define DF_NONE 0
/* The decoder will limit addresses to a maximum of 16 bits. */
#define DF_MAXIMUM_ADDR16 1
/* The decoder will limit addresses to a maximum of 32 bits. */
#define DF_MAXIMUM_ADDR32 2
/* The decoder will return only flow control instructions (and filter the others internally). */
#define DF_RETURN_FC_ONLY 4
/* The decoder will stop and return to the caller when the instruction 'CALL' (near and far) was decoded. */
#define DF_STOP_ON_CALL 8
/* The decoder will stop and return to the caller when the instruction 'RET' (near and far) was decoded. */
#define DF_STOP_ON_RET 0x10
/* The decoder will stop and return to the caller when the instruction system-call/ret was decoded. */
#define DF_STOP_ON_SYS 0x20
/* The decoder will stop and return to the caller when any of the branch 'JMP', (near and far) instructions were decoded. */
#define DF_STOP_ON_UNC_BRANCH 0x40
/* The decoder will stop and return to the caller when any of the conditional branch instruction were decoded. */
#define DF_STOP_ON_CND_BRANCH 0x80
/* The decoder will stop and return to the caller when the instruction 'INT' (INT, INT1, INTO, INT 3) was decoded. */
#define DF_STOP_ON_INT 0x100
/* The decoder will stop and return to the caller when any of the 'CMOVxx' instruction was decoded. */
#define DF_STOP_ON_CMOV 0x200
/* The decoder will stop and return to the caller when any flow control instruction was decoded. */
#define DF_STOP_ON_FLOW_CONTROL (DF_STOP_ON_CALL | DF_STOP_ON_RET | DF_STOP_ON_SYS | DF_STOP_ON_UNC_BRANCH | DF_STOP_ON_CND_BRANCH | DF_STOP_ON_INT | DF_STOP_ON_CMOV)
/* Indicates the instruction is not a flow-control instruction. */
#define FC_NONE 0
/* Indicates the instruction is one of: CALL, CALL FAR. */
#define FC_CALL 1
/* Indicates the instruction is one of: RET, IRET, RETF. */
#define FC_RET 2
/* Indicates the instruction is one of: SYSCALL, SYSRET, SYSENTER, SYSEXIT. */
#define FC_SYS 3
/* Indicates the instruction is one of: JMP, JMP FAR. */
#define FC_UNC_BRANCH 4
/*
* Indicates the instruction is one of:
* JCXZ, JO, JNO, JB, JAE, JZ, JNZ, JBE, JA, JS, JNS, JP, JNP, JL, JGE, JLE, JG, LOOP, LOOPZ, LOOPNZ.
*/
#define FC_CND_BRANCH 5
/* Indiciates the instruction is one of: INT, INT1, INT 3, INTO, UD2. */
#define FC_INT 6
/* Indicates the instruction is one of: CMOVxx. */
#define FC_CMOV 7
/* Return code of the decoding function. */
typedef enum { DECRES_NONE, DECRES_SUCCESS, DECRES_MEMORYERR, DECRES_INPUTERR, DECRES_FILTERED } _DecodeResult;
/* Define the following interface functions only for outer projects. */
#if !(defined(DISTORM_STATIC) || defined(DISTORM_DYNAMIC))
/* distorm_decode
* Input:
* offset - Origin of the given code (virtual address that is), NOT an offset in code.
* code - Pointer to the code buffer to be disassembled.
* length - Amount of bytes that should be decoded from the code buffer.
* dt - Decoding mode, 16 bits (Decode16Bits), 32 bits (Decode32Bits) or AMD64 (Decode64Bits).
* result - Array of type _DecodeInst which will be used by this function in order to return the disassembled instructions.
* maxInstructions - The maximum number of entries in the result array that you pass to this function, so it won't exceed its bound.
* usedInstructionsCount - Number of the instruction that successfully were disassembled and written to the result array.
* Output: usedInstructionsCount will hold the number of entries used in the result array
* and the result array itself will be filled with the disassembled instructions.
* Return: DECRES_SUCCESS on success (no more to disassemble), DECRES_INPUTERR on input error (null code buffer, invalid decoding mode, etc...),
* DECRES_MEMORYERR when there are not enough entries to use in the result array, BUT YOU STILL have to check for usedInstructionsCount!
* Side-Effects: Even if the return code is DECRES_MEMORYERR, there might STILL be data in the
* array you passed, this function will try to use as much entries as possible!
* Notes: 1)The minimal size of maxInstructions is 15.
* 2)You will have to synchronize the offset,code and length by yourself if you pass code fragments and not a complete code block!
*/
/* distorm_decompose
* See more documentation online at the GitHub project's wiki.
*
*/
#ifdef SUPPORT_64BIT_OFFSET
_DecodeResult distorm_decompose64(_CodeInfo* ci, _DInst result[], unsigned int maxInstructions, unsigned int* usedInstructionsCount);
#define distorm_decompose distorm_decompose64
#ifndef DISTORM_LIGHT
/* If distorm-light is defined, we won't export these text-formatting functionality. */
_DecodeResult distorm_decode64(_OffsetType codeOffset, const unsigned char* code, int codeLen, _DecodeType dt, _DecodedInst result[], unsigned int maxInstructions, unsigned int* usedInstructionsCount);
void distorm_format64(const _CodeInfo* ci, const _DInst* di, _DecodedInst* result);
#define distorm_decode distorm_decode64
#define distorm_format distorm_format64
#endif /*DISTORM_LIGHT*/
#else /*SUPPORT_64BIT_OFFSET*/
_DecodeResult distorm_decompose32(_CodeInfo* ci, _DInst result[], unsigned int maxInstructions, unsigned int* usedInstructionsCount);
#define distorm_decompose distorm_decompose32
#ifndef DISTORM_LIGHT
/* If distorm-light is defined, we won't export these text-formatting functionality. */
_DecodeResult distorm_decode32(_OffsetType codeOffset, const unsigned char* code, int codeLen, _DecodeType dt, _DecodedInst result[], unsigned int maxInstructions, unsigned int* usedInstructionsCount);
void distorm_format32(const _CodeInfo* ci, const _DInst* di, _DecodedInst* result);
#define distorm_decode distorm_decode32
#define distorm_format distorm_format32
#endif /*DISTORM_LIGHT*/
#endif
/*
* distorm_version
* Input:
* none
*
* Output: unsigned int - version of compiled library.
*/
unsigned int distorm_version(void);
#endif /* DISTORM_STATIC */
#ifdef __cplusplus
} /* End Of Extern */
#endif
#endif /* DISTORM_H */