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Old 06-16-2018, 14:43
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One thing I always wanted to ask for When I have __debugbreak() enabled and attach as JIT, x64dbg breaks always on this int 3, and even if you set new origin after int 3 it somehow restores exception back to int 3 and usually solution is to replace int 3 with nop. Olly and windbg tend to break after int 3 thus exception doesn't reacquier.

This would be great imho
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