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Old 10-13-2021, 17:41
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Windows debugger that can run code on breakpoint?

Is there a Windows debugger where I can set a breakpoint on a specific instruction (in a binary that I have been reverse engineering with IDA in this case) and then instead of stopping and waiting for user action, run some code that can access the current registers and memory of the process (and do some things with the results like writing some things to a log) before letting the program continue to run?

The binary is a 32-bit x86 binary and I want to do this break-then-log-stuff-then-continue in a few different places.
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