DynLogger

DynLogger logs all dynamically retrieved functions by reporting the module name and the requested function. It can come very handy when one wants to know a “hidden” function used by an application.

I recycled the code of a bigger project to write this little application. It’s a very small utility, but it might be of use after all. It was tested on XP and Vista, both x86 and x64. It works for .NET application as well. Just start the logging process, the log will be saved after you quit the monitored application.

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2 Responses to DynLogger

  1. Maria Chacon says:

    Hi Daniel,

    I would like to know if these hidden functions are by default within the program? or, are they created it by malware? You are doing a great job!

    Thank you

  2. Hello Maria.
    Hidden in the sense that they are not linked statically and thus not exposed in the import table. =)

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