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So the real code must be at <code>0x000252EA</code>.<br>
 
So the real code must be at <code>0x000252EA</code>.<br>
 
It is a typical output of compiled C code when using a dynamic library. The thing is the daemon doesn't shows any imported function!<br>
 
It is a typical output of compiled C code when using a dynamic library. The thing is the daemon doesn't shows any imported function!<br>
But if we look at the <code>__la_sym_ptr2</code> segment, we find all the "imported" functions, and their real addresses! Here they are:
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But if we look at this segment, we find all the "imported" functions! Here they are:
 
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__la_sym_ptr2:000145AC ; Segment type: Pure data
 
__la_sym_ptr2:000145AC ; Segment type: Pure data

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