I am currently developing my reverse engineering skills and want to keep some important parts of this journey as well in this blog. The first step of this series relates to disassembling Windows kernel routines, in my case Windows 7. What are the prerequisites for this exercise? Ideally, install Windows inside a virtual machine From Windows Vista onwards, the Kernel debugging mode has to be enabled with: bcdedit /debug on Install Debugging Tools for Windows (for example, as part of the Windows SDK - https://www.
Another blog about software security issues