MPC561 - bin decompiler

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MPC561 - bin decompiler

Postby goodie » Mon Mar 05, 2018 11:48 am

Hi guys, I am new here.
I am working on a project for my college paper, any how I have a bin file (actually 2 of them) from MPC561 and I need it decompiled.
There is a plug in for IDAPro called PPC Decompiler but it is too expensive. Is there any one who has access to this decompiler & can help somehow.

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Re: MPC561 - bin decompiler

Postby antus » Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:42 pm

try disassembler, decompiler is another thing and much more difficult with average results at best. The best product is IDA Pro, but its $expensive and they also wont sell to everyone. If its needed for college maybe they can provide it? If you find IDA you'll need a reasonably recent version, we found that it hasnt been around for ever. viewtopic.php?f=26&t=4473&p=60543#p60543
Have you read the FAQ? For lots of information and links to significant threads see here: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1396

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Re: MPC561 - bin decompiler

Postby goodie » Tue Mar 06, 2018 11:05 pm

The reason I need decompiler, is because I am trying to find some Seed/Responce routines, and with decompiler the code will become smaller & easier to read.
Is there anyone on from who might have access to IDAPro's decompiler?

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Re: MPC561 - bin decompiler

Postby antus » Wed Mar 07, 2018 7:34 am

https://retdec.com ?

Most pcms have their specific seed and key staticly entered and dont have the algo. But you havnt told us your target or supplied a sample.
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Re: MPC561 - bin decompiler

Postby chriva » Mon Sep 17, 2018 9:24 pm

IDA is pretty much your only option.
You could perhaps use disassembler.io but it lacks many features.
Unless you're exceptionally gifted you'd need every ounce of help you could get from the disassembler.


Been working on edc16c9/39 for 6 months now and I still haven't cracked much more than a bunch of checksum algorithms. ppc is a b*tch. :)

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