V Visual mode
(V! = panels, VV = fcngraph, VVV = callgraph)
You can use
h, j, k, lor
H, G, K, Lto move inside the visual mode, or
cto toggle cursor mode.
pto show different views inside visual mode. The different modes are normal, display offsets, minigraph and summary
/to highlight searches in visual mode
In hex view, press
pto show disassembly. Pressing
cwill enable cursor mode. Use the cursor mode to set breakpoints using
F2. Can use
Balso to set breakpoints
$to toggle psuedo code inside visual mode
In visual mode, pressing the number inside square brackets i.e
will move seek to that address. This generally applies to calls or jumps. Anything inside square brackets are used for quick navigation, i.e.
[ga]means press ga to seek to that addressess (in
Seek backwards using
.in visual mode to jump back to where the seek (cursor) is.
??in visual mode to get a HUD style panel (easier for beginners)
After loading hex view, use
pto see this view
ptwice in this mode will show the stack and the registers in the same view. This is very helpful during debugging.
In this mode, you can navigate and scroll through the stack/registers/assembly by using
c(cursor) and TAB