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ODbgScript english plugin by E3
site : http://odbgscript.sf.net
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1. About OllyScript and ODbgScript
2. Status
2.1 What's new?
3. Documentation
3.1 Language
  3.1.1 Reserved variables
  3.1.2 Commands
3.2 Labels
3.3 Comments
3.4 Menus
3.5 Script Window
4. Integration with other plugins
5. Contact me
6. License and source code
7. Thanks!

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1. About ODbgScript
-------------------
ODbgScript is a plugin for OllyDbg, which is, in our opinion,
the best application-mode debugger out there. One of the best
features of this debugger is the plugin architecture which allows
users to extend its functionality. ODbgScript is a plugin
meant to let you automate OllyDbg by writing scripts in an
assembly-like language. Many tasks involve a lot of repetitive
work just to get to some point in the debugged application. By
using this plugin you can write a script once and for all.

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2. Status
----------------------------

v1.54
ODbgScript has a new site and SVN system : http://odbgscript.sf.net

v1.0
OllyScript becomes ODbgScript with the new GUI Windows

v0.9
OllyScript has now been downloaded more then 10000 times! That means more then 2Gb of raw
scripting power flowing down the optic cable veins of the Internet. Not bad if you ask me!

TODO:
Memory BP reason (to enhance)
BEGINSEARCH working ?
More Search Reference commands
Get Trace Addr

2.1 What's new?
---------------
1.82.6 (08 Feb 2011)
+ Added IFA,IFAE,IFB,IFBE condition commands and their aliases IFG,IFGE,IFL,IFLE
+ Added Aliases IFE, IFNE to IFEQ and IFNEQ
+ Added Aliases JL, JLE to JB and JBE
+ Allow all IF commands to use last compare result (without parameter)

1.81.6 (07 Feb 2011)
+ Special build compiled with VC9, WDK 7.1 CRT and STL60 (to keep same msvcrt and msvcp60.dll imports)
  VC9: Updated Project Include/Lib directories and added win2k/xp msvcrt obj to use except_handler3
* Fix internal EXEC/ENDE jump address beginning with a letter
* Fix label test characters, ooops

1.80.6 (07 Feb 2011)
+ Add Left/Right Keys support to follow history of execution in script
+ Added support for variables in jumps and calls
+ Added IFEQ/IFNEQ..ELSE/ENDIF condition bloc commands
+ Added CRET to clear stack of calls
+ Added OLLY attributes THREAD THREADID and PATH, EXE, INI, DIR
+ Added GOTO (alias to JMP)
+ Added INIR and INIW to read and write to ollydbg.ini file (with Odbg plugin API)

1.79.3 (31 Dec 2010)
* Fix std namespace to be compatible with VC9
+ Added popup entries to follow variables (disam, stack, dump and dump window)
+ Comment/Uncomment script line with ";" key

1.78 (08 Feb 2010)
+ Added GSTRW to get Wide Char String (wchar) at address, and returns wchar buffer, size and ascii
+ Added FINDOPREV (from ShaG 0.94 version)
* GMA : Spaces to underscores in module name
* Fixed a problem in automatic memory free routine

1.77 (06 Oct 2009)
+ Added CLOSE command to close windows
+ Added SBP/RBP To save/restore breakpoints (Zool@nder based)
+ Added GSL (Selection Limits) to get addr/size of currently selected line(s) in CPUASM|CPUSTACK|CPUSTACK (Zool@nder based)
+ Added GLBL/GSTR to get Label/String at some addr (Zool@nder based)

1.76 (28 Sep 2009)
+ Added BACKUP command to see changes in a memory area
+ Added Ctrl+F to search in "Script Log" window, and menu item
+ Search input box remembers last search, and search after current position
+ OPENDUMP returns descriptor as $RESULT for later use (backups)
* Restored the Run Script menu in CPU Window
* Some work on BPX, to close opened reference window (intermodular calls)
* POP command on undeclared variable is now possible (will declare it)
* REFRESH and LOADLIB commands keep "Executable modules" window hidden

1.75 (25 Sep 2009)
* Sources are removed from package, only available via SVN
+ Added Link to Documentation (Help)
+ Added Ctrl+F to search in script
+ Added Ctrl+G to goto script line
* Fixed Scroll to Label when script has more than 256 lines
* Logging multiline strings supported
* Fixed logging data containing % symbol

1.74 (23 Sep 2009)
+ Added GFO to get file offset of disasm address.
* Labels commented ignored
* Script Window : result/eip columns display cleanup with commented lines
! Restored ESTO for compatibility but use ERUN only

1.73 (22 Sep 2009)
+ Added ESTEP to Step Over ignoring exceptions (Shift F8)
+ Added STEP to Step Over (same as STO)
+ Added GMIMP command like GMEXP to get imports in a module
! Removed old command ESTO (use ERUN) to force old script updates

1.72 (20 Sep 2009)
+ Enhanced Script Window (Empty lines and all comments are now displayed, except comments in command lines)
+ Added GMEXP to list module exports (useful to set breakpoints on all exports)
+ Added NAMES to open Names Window in a module
+ Added "REF 0" support to force REF reset

1.71 (17 Sep 2009)
+ Added REF second parameter to search in the whole module or module's code
* LM error handling if file not found, and write only given size (if size parameter > 0)
* Fixed WRTA default separator (set to "\r\n")
* like the 1.68 "INC a" bug, secured more functions using MOV internally

1.70 (15 Sep 2009)
+ MRU has now 9 entries
+ Added Flags Save/Restore to PUSHA/POPA
+ POPA protection to restore only in the thread used by PUSHA
+ Added DebugScript Export for Script Editor interaction
* Fixed Edit Script Line
* GMA now uses the 8 first chars of specified module name
* Enhanced Memory block cleaning when multiple blocks were allocated in one command (loadlib)
* LOADLIB now refresh modules list and memory

1.69 (14 Sep 2009)
+ Added system to free memory blocks allocated directly after Ollydbg processed asm command(s)
+ LOADLIB now returns address of loaded library (delayed result)
+ new OLLY command to get Ollydbg variables (PID, HWND only for the moment)
* Fixed display of \t in commented lines
* Fixed bug in HANDLE command
* Fixed bug in FREE command (1.68)
* Variable history hiding enhancement for subcommands and String constants
* WRTA Separator fixed

1.68 (13 Sep 2009)
+ LOADLIB command to load a library in debugged program
+ PUSHA/POPA commands to Save/Restore Registers
+ Added an automatic memory block cleaning system, which cleans memory allocated by some script commands (ASM, LOADLIB)
* Fixed ASMTXT with \0 in hex opcode
* Fixed "INC a" when "a" is a variable and a has value 9

1.67 (6 Feb 2009)
* Fixed ASM command with [pointers]
* Fixed a bad pointer on debug event which could crash Ollydbg (thanks to hnedka)
* Set $RESULT to 0 on ASK dialog close

1.66 (21 Dec 2008)
+ GOPI (Get Operand Information) to get asm operand information (TYPE, SIZE, ADDR, DATA, GOOD)
* Fixed OPCODE, GCI, GAPI, REF commands, ReadMemory replaced by ReadCommand (bug on Vista ?)

1.65 (SVN)
+ BPHWC without parameter clears all hardware breakpoints (same as BPHWCALL, which could be removed/renamed)
+ BC without parameter clears all loaded breakpoints (Breakpoints Window)
+ BD without parameter disables all loaded breakpoints
* Breakpoints saving enhanced, and saving/restore on restart.

1.64 (30 May 2007)
+! Added ability to call ODbgScript command(s) from OllyDbg Conditional Log Breakpoints
+! Added CALL command to call Labels (use RET to return)
+ Added FINDCALLS command to find (and filter) intermodular calls.
+ Added GBPM command to get last memory breakpoint address, beta function affected on GBPR call
+ Script keeps breakpoints on reload if bp script lines were not modified.
+ Edit script line (to do temporary fix, not saved on disk)
+ Added GREF alone (to get lines count in reference window)
* Enhanced Script window Focus
* Error messagebox no more modal
* Fixed 1.63 bug with pointers containing operator (now accept all operators)

1.63 (29 May 2007)
+ Added MEMCPY function, and optimized MOV [dst],[src],size
+ Added ASM third parameter to get alternative code bytes.
+ GREF command to get Addresses from Reference Window (for FINDCMD, FINDCMDS)
+ CMP size parameter, to compare byte/word values
+ Restored "Run Script" command in Ollydbg Main menu (without MRU)
+ Added UNICODE (0/1) command to set Unicode Mode (for future unicode support)
* First TICK value fixed
* ASM command was logged
* Rewrote FINDCMD(S), now use FindallSequences ODBG API, can use R8, R16, R32 keywords
* RET Script is reset after "Script finished" message, no more modal.

1.62 (26 May 2007)
+ Indent/color ASM Blocks (EXEC/ENDE)
+ Added GCI parameter COMMAND to get asm command string (like OPCODE), SIZE, CONDITION, TYPE
+ TICK without variable set time from start in text, in "%d ms" format. log purpose.
+ Added SCMP,SCMPI size parameter, to compare addr data.
* DF/SF flags fixed
* EOB with EXEC/ENDE fixed
* After Error Script Cursor, also added "!" symbol in front of line
* Fixed SUB <reg> command
* Fixed Value History in commands using DoMOV

1.61 (23 May 2007)
+ Script Window can now display comments (only comments with ";")
+ BD (Disable Breakpoint, without deleting it)
+ JG/JGE (clone of JA/JAE)
x TICK precision is now microseconds and get time since script startup, second var for relative time
* Fixed ASM dw parameters with letter like this one : asm jmpaddr,"MOV DWORD PTR SS:[ESP+D],eax"
* On Startup, cursor is now on first code line (if labels/comments)
* fixed bug when affecting dword to string variable, was no more possible

1.60 (18 May 2007)
+ Added ;Asm Comments
+ REFRESH command, to redraw memory map, module, and disasm windows
+ GMA command, Like GMI, but get Module Info by its name
+ OPENDUMP command, to create new dump window
+ BPGOTO command, assign a label to a breakpoint by its address
+ LOGBUF command to log string or buffer variable like a memory dump (wrapped)
+ Added ERUN command to replace ESTO in the future (mnemonic problem with STO)
+ Scroll to Label (in context menu)
+ JZ, JNZ added (clone of JE/JNE)
x Buffer read speed optimisation
x ALLOC, FREE can now refresh the memory window, was a problem with LIB, used new VC7 PDK
* Cursor on Running command displayed correctly
* ASM, ASMTEXT now format correctly DWORDs args to be assembled
* "BUF/STR dw" now reverse bytes of the dword
* "mov data, [eax+10], 4" works and will assign dword only if data variable was not a string
* PUSH, POP Command fixed

1.55 (14 May 2007)
+ Added Sub Context Menu in Disasm
+ Added HISTORY command to enable/disable value History (run faster)
+ Added BEGINSEARCH and ENDSEARCH to optimize "find commands"
+ Added GCI Command to Get info on disasm command
+ Added GRO Command Get Relative Offset ("procedure+offset")
+ Added TAB key to Step in Script (S key could "assemble" if ASM window get focus)
+ Added PAUSE key (everywhere) to Pause Script on next command when Application is Running
x BPHWS second parameter is now optional (default "x")
* Comments // in /**/ block fixed
* EXEC/END hex dword variables with letter as first char fixed
* label script position fixed
* negative values crash fixed
* eip could now be affected without problems
* Resume on Script breakpoint fixed (SPACE)

Note: GAPI function could be deleted, hnhu... has not finished the code

1.54.3 (13 May 2007)
+ BUF, STR commands added to convert string to buffer or buffer to string
+ GMI new constants added, (imports, exports, reloc, name, version) see documentation
+ Added Length Information and Hex value to String Variables in Context Menu
+ Enhanced Internal Buffer/String Concatenation : mov test, ##+"123" give #313233# in test
+ Compare Buffer/String is now working
+ Begin Buffer+DW and String+DW (function ADD)
+ Buffer/String Variable Editor is now Binary editor
- Removed MRU menu and some commands from Main Olly Menu
* Internal compare between different types (except buf/str) returns error -2
* Better support in Log Window and Context menu of strings containing "\0"
* removed 0 prefix of dword values in LOG and EVAL commands (%8X to %X)
* OPENTRACE now also opens trace window if not opened
* READSTR documentation update, but this function could be renamed/removed
* FIND commands fix, bad address parameter results 0

1.53.3 (9 May 2007)
+ WRTA has now a third parameter for separator (default \n)
* ASK dlg is now TOPMOST
  no more modal and fixed the crash on close if box was not closed properly
* Added fixes and news from 1.53 Chinese version

  + pop, push, test, xchg commands.
  + findcmds(Search for command sequence).
  + Added BPX and BPD functions
  + Added the OPENTRACE function (to open run trace)
  + Added the GAPI function (assign address API)
  + Supports 16bit registers (ax, bx)
  + Added the FINDCMD function (search for command);
  * GN, GCMT, ASM
  * Removed 0 prefix for Hex values in results/values
  * MSG, MSGY no more modal
  
Other differences with Chinese Version :

MRU "Bug" not modified
  I've made two MRU lists for a good reason, olly doesn't refresh Main Menu
Inline operators are still working in this branch of OdbgScript
Weird ESP Menu not added (i dont know what it is)
ADD doesn't supports dw+string itoa concatenation

1.50.3 (8 May 2007)
* 4-bytes alignment and speed optimization (thanks Human)
* Changed URL to http://www.woodmann.com/forum in About Box
* Added fixes and news from 1.50 Chinese version :
  *ASM
  *EXEC,ENDE
  +GMI (added DATABASE, RESBASE, RESSIZE constants)
  *GN
  *LEN bad operand fix
  +DIV,MUL commands
  +READSTR to copy a string (it is possible with MOV too)
  +NEG,NOT asm commands (real asm code)
  +ROL,ROR asm commands but looks like same as SHL, SHR
  *RTU
  *ADD, SHL, SHR, SUB, XOR results to script window

Notes : There are some differences between versions :
  WRTA doesn't add CR to lines (binary writing)

1.48 (27 May 2006)
+ Added ability to move script execution cursor, double click on a line.

1.47 (06 Feb 2006)
* Fixed GPI command
* GPI CURRENTDIR returns path of debugged app. if empty

1.46 (28 Jan 2006)
* GMEMI,GMI,GPI constants were strings in last versions, no more string quotes needed

1.45 (22 Jan 2006)
+ Added BPHWCALL to clear all hardware breakpoints
* Fixed problems with leading 0 on reversed integers data in find commands
* GMEMI and GMI constants are now in case insensitive
* ASK Cancel button now pauses the script (was abort before)

1.44 (21 Jan 2006)
+ Enhanced GCMT to retrieve automatic comments or comments from analysis
+ Added ITOA and ATOI commands
+ Added GPI (getprocessinfo) command (see docs for info)
* GPA now uses LoadLibraryEx to fix a Comctl32 double load

1.43 (13 Jan 2006)
+ Added GCMT to retrieve comment at specified addr
* Fixed LM function

1.42 (07 Jan 2006)
+ Script Auto Reset if debugged app is restarted
* Better script uppercase support
* Problem with strings containing brackets

1.41 (21 Dec 2005)
+ Support for Integer operands in Float Operations (first operand need to be a float)
+ Added Edit Variable dialog for Float vars
# log default type (pointers) is set to DW, was Float in 1.40
# enhanced focus with Ollydbg breakpoints

1.40 (20 Dec 2005)
+ Added Float variables, registers st(0) <-> st(7), and "in line" operations (+-*/)
  Float operations must contain float operands only
  Float syntax : mov flt, 5.0
# enhanced script window focus
# fixed progress window data if script reloaded is smaller than old one

1.39 (20 Dec 2005)
# Fixed Ask memory alloc problem
# Always Re-focus to Script windows on "Step" from script.
# Fixed cursor on ret/abort

1.38 (19 Dec 2005)
+ Added optional LOG command parameter to set log prefix, "" to disable
+ Log windows Auto Scroll
+ Added LC to clear main log window
# LCLR command clears now the script log only
# Script cursor is now normal
# The Log Window is no more called with Script Window from main menu
# Fixed bugs in mov command with pointers and buffers
# Fixed bug with hex buffer variables containing bytes < 0x10 (no pb with constants)
# (internal) added backup system for sources in post-link batch

1.35 (12 Dec 2005)
+ Added maxsize optional third parameter to mov Command
+ Added Clear Log Command
+ Enhanced Support of "dump" variables
# fixed some log problems

1.34 (06 Dec 2005)
+ Added Mark for pointers in values column
+ Added Icons to Windows
+ Added Script Log Window
# Fixed Manual Command when no debugged app or no script loaded.
# Modified Load into Run in main and Disasm Menu
# Added Version resource, and cleaned source architecture

1.33 (06 Dec 2005) (Quick Fix version)
# Some fixes
# Added some constants in code
# Fixed a big bug with string operands containing dword operator

1.32 (05 Dec 2005)
+ Execute Script Command Manually is now possible
+ LCLR command to clear log window
# LOG is now highlighted and displays also message in OllyDbg Status bar
# Updated this Documentation and added a neutral sample script
# Abort Command enhancement

1.31 (05 Dec 2005)
+ Added support of operators in pointers ex: [eax+1]
+ Added support of operator + for strings
+ Decimal values are now supported, with the point (ex: 102.)
+ Variables Menu in Script Window to show/edit variables
+ Edit Script Command in Script Window Context Menu
# Modified script window hotkeys, and added Pause
# SCMPI & SCMP now compares only strings

1.30 (04 Dec 2005)
+ Added support of reg8 & reg16 registers (al,ah...dl,dh,ax,bx,cx,dx,bp,sp,si,di)
+ Added support of operators (+-*/&|^><), operators don't have priority, it's made from left to right
  ">" and "<" are shr and shl, "^" for xor, "&" for and, "|" for or.
+ Variables are now also declared by the destination of mov, if they don't exist
+ Added Result column
+ Value column keeps history of values
+ Enhanced Style of Script Window (current line, jumps, labels, same values)
+ Added KEY to send custom key shortcut to ollydbg (global KEY_DOWN)
+ Added TC to close and delete runtrace
# Fix MRU when a filename contains a comma or { }

1.29 (03 Dec 2005)
+ Added LEN to get string length
+ Added REV to reverse dword bytes
+ Added HANDLE to find a window handle (like "Edit" Boxes) in debugged application
# Script is kept on debugged program restart/change
# Fixed FIND commands to search dwords variables
# MRU on DISASM window is now the real one

1.28 (26 Nov 2005)
+ Added "Load Script" in DISASM Context Menu
+ Added "ALLOC size" and "FREE addr, size" to (un)allocate memory page
# Modified Run Script to Load in Main MRU
# MRU is no more showing full path of scripts
# ASK now returns string len in $RESULT_1

1.27 (25 Nov 2005)
+ Added REF to get References to selected command
+ Added OPCODE command to get command bytes, text and size at specified address
# Better comments handling
# Better #inc handling (using also current script path)
# PREOP now works in memory block, not only in code block

1.26 (24 Nov 2005)
+ Added Optional Start Address to "FINDMEM what [, StartAddr]" (to continue global search)
+ Added PREOP command to get previous command address before specified address

1.25 (22 Nov 2005)
+ Added FINDMEM to search into the whole memory
+ Added WRT (write a file) and WRTA (append) commands: WRT file, data
+ Added GMEMI function (Memory Block Information)
# GPA now returns 0 and continue if the API is not found, $RESULT_2 set to Proc name if found.
# fixed OllyDbg focus problem
# fixed path of created files when full path given
# fixed FIND binary wildcards, broken in 1.24

1.24 (19 Nov 2005)
+ FIND and FINDOP supports strings and string vars arguments
+ MSG and MSGYN have now Cancel button to pause script (MSGYN returns 2 if canceled)
# Script will now pause instead of stop when error is returned from commands
+ Script Breakpoints (to "debug" a script)
+ Added Real "Load Script" to start paused (script window)
+ Added Step/Resume and Hotkeys (script window)

1.23 (14 Nov 2005)
+ Enhanced String by Address support for commands (ex: gpa [nAddr],"KERNEL32.DLL")
+ lm, load Dump file to mem: lm, 0x401000, 0x100, "test.bin" (MetaCore)
# fix the dm, lm, dmp, dpe 's default dump path to debugging app's path. (MetaCore)
# fix dm, ...the open file parameter is incorrect, will add mess "0a 0d" at each lines tail. (MetaCore)
# fix all dump related function's parameter check, so when the real mem is smaller then given
  dump length, will not add mess data at the end, and the $result also catches the real dump size. (MetaCore)

1.22 (11 Nov 2005)
+ Added SCMP and SCMPI for string comparison (SCMPI for case insensitive)
# Restored CMP string comparison to case sensitive

1.21 (8 Nov 2005)
+ Remember Script Window Position & State
+ Automatic Scroll to follow script
+ Context Menu (Real MRU/Follow) in Script Window
# Fix table refresh
# CMP string compare is now case insensitive

1.20 (7 Nov 2005)
+ Script Window with values and eip
+ CMP now accepts strings from address

1.10 (5 Nov 2005)
+ MRU List

1.0 (4 Nov 2005)
# ODbgScript (VC6 Based)

0.92
+ New commands: ASK, BPL, BPLCND, COB, COE, EVAL, EXEC/ENDE, GN, TICND, TOCND
+ Execution of code in the target process context
+ String concatenation with ADD or EVAL
+ Input box
+ Logging breakpoints
+ Removal of EOB and EOE
+ Tracing with condition
+ Get name of address
# ASM now returns assembled length in $RESULT
# Fixed pause crash bug
# Fixed bug with JBE, hopefully it was the last of the Jxx bugs
# OllyScript now REQUIRES OllyDbg v1.10. No other versions are officially supported.

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3. Documentation
----------------
Example script (sample.osc) is available with this release.
The script will break on LoadLibrary call to debug a SHELL32.DLL function.
Try it on mspaint.exe

3.1 Language
------------
The scripting language of OllyScript is an assembly-like language.

In the document below, src and dest can be (unless stated otherwise):
- Constant in the form of a hex number without prefixes and suffixes, with leading 0 (i.e. 00FF, not 0x00FF or 00FFh)
   For decimal values, use the point (i.e. 100. 128.)
- Variable previously declared by VAR, or are declared with MOV
- A 32-bit registers (one of EAX, EBX, ECX, EDX, ESI, EDI, EBP, ESP, EIP).
   A 16-bit register (one of AX, BX, CX, DX, SI, DI, BP, SP)
   A 8-bit register (one of AL, AH, ... DL, DH)
- A memory reference in square brackets (i.e. [401000] points to the memory at address 401000,
        [ecx] points to the memory at address ecx).
- A flag with an exclamation mark in front (one of !CF, !PF, !AF, !ZF, !SF, !DF, !OF)
- Sometimes byte strings are required. Those are scripted as #6A0000# (values between two #) and
        must have an even number of characters.
   Some byte strings can contain the wildcard '?', for example #6A??00# or #6?0000#
- A combination of these values with operators:

You can use operators in your scripts, +-*/&|^>< for dword and + to concatenate strings.
- Operators > and < are shr and shl (>> and << in C/C++)
- Operator ^ is XOR
- Operator & is AND
- Operator | is OR

3.1.1 Reserved variables
------------------------

$RESULT
-------
Return value for some functions like FIND etc.
$RESULT_1 and $RESULT_2 are available for some commands.

$VERSION
--------
Contains current version of OllyScript
Example
        cmp $VERSION, "0.8"
        ja version_above_08

3.1.2 Commands
--------------

#INC file
---------
Include a script file in another script file
Example:
        #inc "anotherscript.txt"
       
#LOG
----
Enable logging of executed commands.
The commands will appear in OllyDbg log window, and will be prefixed with -->
Example:
        #log

ADD dest, src
-------------
Adds src to dest and stores result in dest
Example:
        add x, 0F
        add eax, x
        add [401000], 5
        add y, " times" // If y was 1000 before this command then y is "1000 times" after it

AI
--
Execute "Animate into" in OllyDbg
Example:
        ai

ALLOC size
----------
Allocate new memory page, you can read/write and execute.
Example
    alloc 1000
        free $RESULT, 1000

AN addr
-------
Analyze module which contains the address addr.
Example:
        an eip // Same as pressing CTRL-A

AND dest, src
-------------
AND's src and dest and stores result in dest
Example:
        and x, 0F
        and eax, x
        and [401000], 5

AO
--
Executes "Animate over" in OllyDbg
Example:
        ao

ASK question
------------
Display an input box with the specified question and lets user enter a response.
Sets the reserved $RESULT variable (0 if cancel button was pressed).
You have also the length in $RESULT_1 (divided by 2 for hex entries)
Example:
        ask "Enter new EIP"
        cmp $RESULT, 0
        je cancel_pressed
        mov eip, $RESULT
       
ASM addr, command [,version]
----------------------------
Assemble a command at some address.
Change version number (0,1,...) to get alternative code bytes, if possible.
Returns bytes assembled in the reserved $RESULT variable
Example:
        asm eip, "mov eax, ecx"

ASMTXT addr, file
-----------------
Assemble a text asm file at some address.
Example:
        asmtxt EIP, "myasm.txt"

ATOI str [, base=16.]
-----------------
Convert a string to integer
Returns the integer in the reserved $RESULT variable
Example:
        atoi "F"
        atoi "10", 10.

BACKUP addr [,base,size]
------------------------
Like OPENDUMP, create a Dump Window with data at address.
But this dump window keeps a backup of data, which can be used to view changes
$RESULT is the HWND of window, for future use
Note: If you are looking to save data in a file, see the DM function (Dump Memory)
Example:
        BACKUP esp
        STO
        STO

BC [addr]
---------
Clear unconditional breakpoint at addr.
Without parameter, the command clears all loaded breakpoints
Example:
        bc 401000
        bc x
        bc eip

BD [addr]
---------
Disable breakpoint at addr.
Without parameter, the command disables all loaded breakpoints
Example:
        bp 401000
        BD 401000

BEGINSEARCH [start] {commands} ENDSEARCH
----------------------------------------
Create a Copy of Debugged App Memory, Find commands will use this data faster.
You need to use ENDSEARCH before writing to memory and to free this memory copy.
Optimization time is 20% for 5000 loops... but could maybe be optimized
Example:
        mov count, 0
        mov start, eip
        beginsearch start
  next:
        find #00#, start
        cmp $RESULT,0
        je end
        mov start, $RESULT+1
        add count, 1
        jmp next
  end:
        endsearch
        msg count

BP addr  (ubp)
--------------
Set unconditional breakpoint at addr.
Example:
        bp 401000
        bp x
        bp eip

BPCND addr, cond
----------------
Set breakpoint on address addr with condition cond.
Example:
        bpcnd 401000, "ECX==1"

BPD callname
------------
Remove breakpoint on dll call set by BPX

BPGOTO addr, label
------------------
Automatic Jump at label on Breakpoint (Standard(INT3) and Hardware).
EOB Like Command
Example:
        bphws addr
        bpgoto addr, MyLabel
  NextBP:
        RUN
        ...
  MyLabel:
        ...
        jmp NextBP

BPHWC [addr]
------------
Delete hardware breakpoint at a specified address.
Without address, clear all hardware breakpoints.
Example:
        bphwc 401000
       
BPHWS addr, [mode]
------------------
Set hardware breakpoint. Mode can be "r" - read, "w" - write or "x" - execute (default).
Example:
        bphws 401000, "x"
       
BPL addr, expr
--------------
Sets logging breakpoint at address addr that logs expression expr
Example:
        bpl 401000, "eax" // logs the value of eax everytime this line is passed
       
BPLCND addr, expr, cond
-----------------------
Sets logging breakpoint at address addr that logs expression expr if condition cond is true
Example:
        bplcnd 401000, "eax", "eax > 1" // logs the value of eax everytime this line is passed and eax > 1
       
BPMC
----
Clear the memory breakpoint.
Example:
        bpmc

BPRM addr, size
---------------
Set memory breakpoint on read. Size is size of memory in bytes.
Example:
        bprm 401000, FF

BPWM addr, size
---------------
Set memory breakpoint on write. Size is size of memory in bytes.
Example:
        bpwm 401000, FF

BPX callname
------------
Set breakpoint on every api calls found in current module.
Then you can clear these breakpoints with BPD
Example:
        bpx "GetModuleHandleA"

BUF var
-------
Converts string/dword variable to a Buffer
Example:
        mov s, "123"
        buf s
        log s // output #313233#

CALL label
----------
jumps to the given label and runs it. The only difference to jmp is that it'll return if a 'RET' is executed.

Call & Ret will help you structured and organises ya scripts.

Example 1 - a procedure with a body and a parameter:

   var myArg1
   mov myArg1,5
   Call PROC_myproc2  // Arg1 is 'passed' byReference
   log myArg1         
Ret                   //  Exit the script

PROC_myproc2:
   add myArg1, 1
RET                  //  Just exit 'PROC_myproc2'
(Okay well actually Arg1 is just a global Var that is not really passed to the function.)

--------
Example2 - DIY-function like this "Func_myFunc1(myArg1, 3)"
   var myArg1
   mov myArg1,5
   
   push myArg1 // Arg1
   push 3      // Arg2
   Call Func_myFunc1
   log $RESULT // Show return value
   
   log Local1  // if that were a real local that shouldn't work
Ret   
   
Func_myFunc1:
   var Local2  // Passing Arg2 byValue
   pop Local2  // Local2=Arg2
   
   var Local1  // Passing Arg1 byValue
   pop Local1  // Local1=Arg1
   
      sub Local1, Local2
      
   mov $RESULT, Local1
RET

   
CLOSE window
------------
Close an Ollydbg MDI window
window parameter can be a constant or a HWND (like $RESULT of OPENDUMP/BACKUP).
SCRIPT, SCRIPTLOG, LOG, CPU
MODULES, MEMORY, THREADS, BREAKPOINTS
REFERENCES, SOURCELIST, WATCHES
WINDOWS, PATCHES, RUNTRACE, CALLSTACK
TEXT, FILE, HANDLES, SEH, SOURCE

CMP dest, src [,size]
---------------------
Compares dest and src. Works like its ASM counterpart.
see SCMP to compare strings or memory data
Example:
        cmp y, x
        cmp eip, 401000
        je label
        cmp cx, x, 2
        je label

CMT addr, text
--------------
Inserts a comment at the specified address
Example:
        cmt eip, "This is the entry point"

COB
---
Makes script continue execution after a breakpoint has occured (removes EOB)
Example:
        COB

COE
---
Makes script continue execution after an exception has occured (removes EOE)
Example:
        COE

CRET
----
Clear stack of calls, to terminate script in a function.
Example:
        CRET
        RET

DBH
---
Hides debugger against kernel32!IsDebuggerPresent()
(Note that's done through [BYTE [[FS:18]+30]+2] = 0)

Example:
        dbh

DBS
---
Unhides debugger so kernel32!IsDebuggerPresent() will find it.
(Note that's done through [BYTE [[FS:18]+30]+2] = 1)

Example:
        dbs

DEC var
-------
Subtracts 1 from variable
Example:
        dec v

DIV op1, op2
------------
Sets op1 with op1/op2
Example:
        div var, 2

DM addr, size, file
-------------------
Dumps memory of specified size from specified address to specified file (default path set from opened app.)
Example:
        dm 401000, 1F, "c:\dump.bin"

DMA addr, size, file
--------------------
Dumps memory of specified size from specified address to specified file appending to that file if it exists
Example:
        dma 401000, 1F, "c:\dump.bin"

DPE filename, ep
----------------
Dumps the executable to file with specified name.
Entry point is set to ep.
Path is relative to the path of the currently loaded executable.
Notes: * uses PEFileInfo.dwSizeOfImage
  * Applies dumpfix to PE.sectionHdr
    (PointerToRawData = VirtualAddress
        SizeOfRawData = VirtualSize)
Example:
        dpe "c:\test.exe", eip

ELSE/ENDIF
----------
See IFxx commands

EOB label
---------
Transfer execution to some label on next breakpoint.
(see BPGOTO command to assign a label to a breakpoint)
Example:
        eob SOME_LABEL

EOE label
---------
Transfer execution to some label on next exception.
Example:
        eob SOME_LABEL

ERUN   [formerly ESTO]
----------------------
Executes SHIFT-F9 in OllyDbg. Run with Ignore Exceptions
Note: Was ESTO before, but the command is depreciated
Example:
        erun

ESTEP
-----
Executes SHIFT-F8 in OllyDbg. Step Over ignoring Exceptions.
Example:
        estep

ESTI
----
Executes SHIFT-F7 in OllyDbg. Step Into ignoring Exceptions.
Example:
        esti

EVAL
----
Evaluates a string expression that contains variables.
The variables that are declared in the current script can be enclosed in curly braces {} to be inserted.
Sets the reserved $RESULT variable
Example:
        var x
        mov x, 1000
        eval "The value of x is {x}" // after this $RESULT is "The value of x is 1000"

EXEC/ENDE
---------
Executes instructions between EXEC and ENDE in the context of the target process.
Values in curly braces {} are replaced by their values.
PUSHA / POPA commands could be useful when you use this.
Examples:
        // This does some mov's
        mov x, "eax"
        mov y, DEADBEEF
        exec
                mov {x}, {y} // mov eax, 0DEADBEEF will be executed
                mov ecx, {x} // mov ecx, eax will be executed
        ende

        // This calls ExitProcess in the debugged application
        exec
                push 0
                call ExitProcess
        ende
        ret

FILL addr, len, value
---------------------
Fills len bytes of memory at addr with value
Example:
        fill 401000, 10, 90 // NOP 10h bytes

FIND addr, what
---------------
Searches memory starting at addr for the specified value.
When found sets the reserved $RESULT variable. $RESULT == 0 if nothing found.
The search string can also use the wildcard "??" (see below).

Example:
        find eip, #6A00E8# // find a PUSH 0 followed by some kind of call
        find eip, #6A??E8# // find a PUSH 0 followed by some kind of call

FINDCALLS addr [,name]
----------------------
Find all intermodular calls (dll calls) in the disasm area.
You can filter results by label (case insensitive) with the optionnal second parameter.
Reference Window is used and its content changed
Then can use GREF to get results count and retrieve them.

Example:
        findcalls eip, "exit"
        gref
        msg $RESULT

FINDCMD addr, cmdstr
--------------------
Search for asm command(s), you can search for series also with ";" separator.
This command uses "Search for All Sequences" Ollydbg function so could find relative calls/jmp
Reference Window is used and its content changed
You can use GREF to get next results in disasm window range

Example 1:
        mov line,1
        findcmd eip, "xor R32,R32"
  next:
        gref line
        cmp $RESULT,0
        je finished
        inc line
        jmp next
  finished:

Example 2:
        findcmd 401000, "nop;nop;nop"
        msg $RESULT

FINDCMDS (this function name could be deleted in future versions)
--------
Same as FINDCMD

FINDOP addr, what [, maxsize]
-----------------
Searches code starting at addr for an instruction that begins with the specified bytes.
It sets the reserved $RESULT variable to the start of the found instruction. If $RESULT == 0 nothing was found.
The search string can also use the wildcard "??" (see below).
Use maxsize to limit that search range.
Examples:
        findop 401000, #61# // find next POPAD
        findop 401000, "1" // = #61#
        findop 401000, #6A??# // find next PUSH of something

FINDOPPREV addr, what
-----------------
Searches code backwards starting at addr for an instruction that begins with the specified bytes.
It sets the reserved $RESULT variable to the start of the found instruction. If $RESULT == 0 nothing was found.
The search string can also use the wildcard "??" (see below).
Example:
        FINDOPPREV, #68??????00# // find next PUSH 00xxxxxx backwards

FINDMEM what [, StartAddr]
--------------------------
Searches whole memory for the specified value.
When found sets the reserved $RESULT variable. $RESULT == 0 if nothing found.
The search string can also use the wildcard "??" (see below).
Example:
        findmem #6A00E8# // find a PUSH 0 followed by some kind of call
        findmem #6A00E8#, 00400000 // search it after address 0040.0000

FREE addr [, size]
------------------
Free memory block allocated by ALLOC (or not).
If size not given, drop whole memory block.
Example
    alloc 1000
        free $RESULT

GAPI addr #BETA#
---------
## Chinese Translation ##
Obtains the code place API call information
The API information saves in preservation variable $RESULT.
If the symbolic name is a API function, then
$RESULT saves the API information
$RESULT_1 save link base/storehouse (for instance kernel32)
$RESULT_2 save symbolic name (for instance ExitProcess).
$RESULT_3 save calling location (for instance call xxxxx)
$RESULT_4 save destination

Notice: This and the GN difference is GN must point to the IAT address
But GAPI gives the code address to be possible directly to obtain API
Also has, if you have gotten down the software break point in here, please first clear the break point to use this sentence again, because the software break point modified the code is CC
If here does not clear here the software break point, will create this not to be able the very good recognition.
Example:
        GAPI 401000 (call kernel32.ExitProcess)
        GAPI the EIP // examined whether the current code is API calls, is not then returns to 0

GBPM (beta)
----
Get last memory breakpoint address, affects $RESULT with dword value

GBPR
----
Get last breakpoint reason, affects $RESULT with dword value
Example:
        GBPR
        cmp $RESULT, 10
        je SelectNormalBP
        cmp $RESULT, 20
        je SelectMemBP
        cmp $RESULT, 40
        je SelectHwBP
        jmp NextBP

GCI addr, info
--------------
Get Command Information of asm instruction at "addr".
"info" specifies what data should be returned in $RESULT:
        - COMMAND for asm command string (like OPCODE)
        - CONDITION {disasm.condition}
        - DESTINATION for Destination of jump/call/return
        - SIZE for number of command bytes
        - TYPE for asm command string (one of C_xxx, see OllyDbg Plugin API)
Example:
        GCI eip, DESTINATION

GCMT addr
---------
Get the comment, automatic comment or analyses comment at specified code address

GMA name, info
--------------
Call GMI, but parameter is short name of the module
Example:
        GMA "KERNEL32", MODULEBASE

GFO addr
--------
Get File Offset of address

GLBL addr
---------
Get Label at address

GMEMI addr, info
----------------
Get information about a memory block to which the specified address belongs.
"info" can be MEMORYBASE, MEMORYSIZE or MEMORYOWNER (if you want other info in the future versions plz tell me).
Sets the reserved $RESULT variable (0 if data not found).
Example:
        GMEMI addr, MEMORYBASE // After this $RESULT is the address to the memory base of the memory block to which addr belongs

GMEXP moduleaddr, info, [num]
-----------------------------
Get Export Address and Names in a module
info can be ADDRESS, LABEL, COUNT
Example:
        gma "KERNEL32", MODULEBASE
        mov addr, $RESULT
        GMEXP addr, COUNT
        log $RESULT
        GMEXP addr, LABEL, 1
        log $RESULT
        GMEXP addr, ADDRESS, 1
        log $RESULT

GMI addr, info
--------------
Get information about a module to which the specified address belongs.
"info" can be :
                        ;ExampleData from some *.exe
MODULEBASE, MODULESIZE  ;00400000  00031000
  CODEBASE,   CODESIZE  ;00401000  00024000
ENTRY, NSECT, DATABASE  ;0041AC04  00000003  00425000(.rdata-section)
EDATATABLE, EDATASIZE    IDATABASE, IDATATABLE  
RESBASE,    RESSIZE,     RELOCTABLE, RELOCSIZE

...and strings:
NAME, PATH, VERSION  ; "Sample_a" "C:\myApps\Sample_app.exe" ""

(if you want other info in the future versions plz tell me).
Sets the reserved $RESULT variable (0 if data not found).
Example:
        GMI eip, CODEBASE // After this $RESULT is the address to the codebase of the module to which eip belongs
   GMI eip, VERSION // instead of that you may also just use $VERSION

   
GMIMP moduleaddr, info, [num]
-----------------------------
Get Import address and names in a module
info can be ADDRESS, LABEL, MODULE, NAME, COUNT
if LABEL results string like "KERNEL32.CopyFileEx"
MODULE results "KERNEL32"
NAME results "CopyFileEx"
Example:
        gma "USER32", MODULEBASE
        mov addr, $RESULT
        GMIMP addr, COUNT
        log $RESULT
        GMIMP addr, LABEL, 1
        log $RESULT
        GMIMP addr, ADDRESS, 1
        log $RESULT

GN addr
-------
Get the symbolic name of specified address (ex the API it points to)
Set the reserved $RESULT variable to the name. If that name is an API
$RESULT_1 is set to the library (ex kernel32) and $RESULT_2 to the name of the API (ex ExitProcess).
Example:
        gn 401000
       
GO addr
-------
Execute to specified address (like G in SoftIce)
Example:
        go 401005

GOPI addr, index, info
----------------------
Get information about operands of asm command

"index" is between 1 and 3

"info" can be :
        - TYPE Type of operand (extended set DEC_xxx, see OllyDbg Plugin API)
        - SIZE Size of operand, bytes
        - GOOD Whether address and data valid
        - ADDR Address if memory, index if register
        - DATA Actual value (only integer operands)

Example:
        GOPI eip, 1, SIZE
   
  Okay some more infomation about 'TYPE' (from plugin.h):
   DEC_TYPEMASK   0x1F            // Type of memory byte
     DEC_UNKNOWN  0x00            // Unknown type
     DEC_BYTE     0x01            // Accessed as byte
     DEC_WORD     0x02            // Accessed as short
     DEC_NEXTDATA 0x03            // Subsequent byte of data
     DEC_DWORD    0x04            // Accessed as long
     DEC_FLOAT4   0x05            // Accessed as float
     DEC_FWORD    0x06            // Accessed as descriptor/long pointer
     DEC_FLOAT8   0x07            // Accessed as double
     DEC_QWORD    0x08            // Accessed as 8-byte integer
     DEC_FLOAT10  0x09            // Accessed as long double
     DEC_TBYTE    0x0A            // Accessed as 10-byte integer
     DEC_STRING   0x0B            // Zero-terminated ASCII string
     DEC_UNICODE  0x0C            // Zero-terminated UNICODE string
     DEC_3DNOW    0x0D            // Accessed as 3Dnow operand
     DEC_SSE      0x0E            // Accessed as SSE operand
     DEC_TEXT     0x10            // For use in t_result only
     DEC_BYTESW   0x11            // Accessed as byte index to switch
     DEC_NEXTCODE 0x13            // Subsequent byte of command
     DEC_COMMAND  0x1D            // First byte of command
     DEC_JMPDEST  0x1E            // Jump destination
     DEC_CALLDEST 0x1F            // Call (and maybe jump) destination

   DEC_PROCMASK   0x60            // Procedure analysis
     DEC_PROC     0x20            // Start of procedure
     DEC_PBODY    0x40            // Body of procedure
     DEC_PEND     0x60            // End of procedure
   DEC_CHECKED    0x80            // Byte was analysed
   DEC_SIGNED     0x100           // For use in t_result only
   
   
   
GPA proc, lib, [0,1]
--------------------
Get the address of the specified procedure in the specified library.
When found sets the reserved $RESULT variable. $RESULT == 0 if nothing found.
Useful for setting breakpoints on APIs.
Set third param to 1 if you want to keep library in memory
Example:
        gpa "MessageBoxA", "user32.dll" // After this $RESULT is the address of MessageBoxA and you can do "bp $RESULT".

GOTO label
----------
Alias for JMP

GPP proc, lib, [0,1]
--------------------
Calls GPA and tries to find API parameters count and types of the API
$RESULT   = ref->addr
$RESULT_1 = disasm.result //command text
$RESULT_2 = disasm.comment

GPI key
-------
Get process information, one of :
HPROCESS, PROCESSID, HMAINTHREAD, MAINTHREADID, MAINBASE, PROCESSNAME, EXEFILENAME, CURRENTDIR, SYSTEMDIR

GREF [line]
-----------
Get Address from Reference Window at Line. First line is 1 because 0 is CPU Initial EIP.
Without parameter, GREF results the Reference Window number of entries.
Example:
        FINDCMD "push eax"
        GREF 1
        msg $RESULT
        GREF 2
        msg $RESULT

GRO addr
--------
Get Relative Offset
When found sets the reserved $RESULT variable. $RESULT == 0 if nothing found.

GSL [where]
-----------
Get Selection Limits
returns START/END addresses and SIZE from currently selected line(s) in CPUASM | CPUDUMP | CPUSTACK window in $RESULT, $RESULT_1 & $RESULT_2
arg can be either : CPUDASM, CPUDUMP, CPUSTACK. Default is CPUDASM
Example:
        gsl CPUDUMP

GSTR addr, [arg1]
-----------------
Get String returns a null terminated string from addr, the string is at least arg1 characters
returns in
- $RESULT    : the string
- $RESULT_1  : len of string
Example:
        gstr 401000     ; arg1 in this case is set to default (2 chars)
        gstr 401000, 20 ; must be at least 20 chars

GSTRW addr, [arg1]
------------------
Get String returns a unicode string from addr, the string is at least arg1 characters
returns in
- $RESULT    : the string (ascii)
- $RESULT_1  : len of string
- $RESULT_2  : unicode string
Example:
        gstrw 401000     ; arg1 in this case is set to default (2 chars)
        gstrw 401000, 20 ; must be at least 20 chars

HANDLE x, y, class
------------------
Returns the handle of child window of specified class at point x,y (remember: in hex values).

HISTORY (0,1)
-------------
Enable or Disable Value history in Script Progress Window, could optimize loops
Example:
        history 0 //disable
        history 1 //enable

IFA,IFAE,IFB,IFBE x, y, [z]
---------------------------
Conditions similar to JA, JAE, JB, JBE
See CMP for parameters
Without parameter, IF commands use last CMP result
Example:
        IFB $VERSION, "1.82"
                MSG "This script requires ODBGScript version 1.82"
                RET
        ENDIF

IFEQ x, y, [z]
--------------
Simple condition if equals
See CMP for parameters
Without parameter, IF commands use last CMP result
Example:
        IFEQ val, 0
                log "val = 0"
        ELSE
                log "val <> 0"
        ENDIF

IFNEQ x, y, [z]
---------------
Simple condition if not equals
Without parameter, IF commands use last CMP result
Example:
        IFNEQ val, 0
                log "val <> 0"
        ELSE
                log "val = 0"
        ENDIF

INC var
-------
Adds 1 to variable
Example:
        inc v

INIR key, def
-------------
Read ODBGScript Key value in ollydbg.ini
def(ault) value determines type (string or dword)
Example :
        inir "key", ""
        inir "key", 0

INIW key, val
-------------
Write ODBGScript Key value in ollydbg.ini
val can be a string or a dword
Example :
        iniw "key", "x"
        iniw "key", 10.

ITOA n [, base=16.]
-------------------
Convert an integer to string
Returns the string in the reserved $RESULT variable
Example:
        itoa F
        itoa 10., 10.

JA label (JG)
--------
Use this after CMP. Works like its asm counterpart.
Example:
        ja SOME_LABEL

JAE label (JGE)
---------
Use this after CMP. Works like its asm counterpart.
Example:
        jae SOME_LABEL

JB label
--------
Use this after CMP. Works like its asm counterpart.
Example:
        jb SOME_LABEL

JBE label
---------
Use this after CMP. Works like its asm counterpart.
Example:
        jbe SOME_LABEL

JE label (JZ)
--------
Use this after CMP. Works like its asm counterpart.
Example:
        je SOME_LABEL

JMP label
---------
Unconditionally jump to a label. label can be a string variable.
Example:
        jmp SOME_LABEL

JNE label (JNZ)
---------
Use this after CMP. Works like its asm counterpart.
Example:
        jne SOME_LABEL

KEY vkcode [, shift [, ctrl]]
--------------------------
Emulate global keyboard shortcut.
Example:
        key 20
        key 20, 1 //Shift+space
        key 20, 0, 1 //Ctrl+space

LBL addr, text
--------------
Insert a label at the specified address
Example:
        lbl eip, "NiceJump"

LC
--
Clear Main Log Window

LCLR
----
Clear Script Log Window

LEN str
-------
Get length of a string
Example:
        len "NiceJump"
        msg $RESULT

LM addr, size, filename
-----------------------
Load dump file into memory
LM is the opposite of the DM command
Example:
        ;whole file
        lm 401000, 0, "test.bin"
        ;first 0x100 bytes
        lm 401000, 100, "test.bin"

LOADLIB dllname
---------------
Load a dll into debugged program memory
Could be useful to set breakpoints on dynamically loaded library
Returns address of loaded library
Example:
        pusha
        loadlib "user32.dll"
        popa
  
LOG src [,prefix]
-----------------
Log src to OllyDbg log window.
If src is a constant string the string is logged as it is.
If src is a variable or register its logged with its name.
You can replace default prefix with the optional second parameter.
Example:
        log "Hello world" // The string "Hello world" is logged
        var x
        mov x, 10
        log x // The string "x: 00000010" is logged.
        log x, "" // The string "00000010" is logged.

LOGBUF var [,linecount [,separator]]
------------------------------------
Logs a string or buffer like a memory dump, useful for long data

MOV dest, src [,size]
---------------------
Move src to dest.
Src can be a long hex string in the format #<some hex numbers>#, for example #1234#.
Remember that the number of digits in the hex string must be even, i.e. 2, 4, 6, 8 etc.
Example:
        mov x, 0F
        mov y, "Hello world"
        mov eax, ecx
        mov [ecx], #00DEAD00BEEF00#
        mov !CF, 1
        mov !DF, !PF
        mov [403000], "Hello world"

MEMCPY dest,src,size
--------------------
Copy app. memory from "src" address to "dst" address.
This function is same as mov [dst],[src],size
Example:
        gma "OLE32",CODEBASE
        mov base, $RESULT
        gma "OLE32",CODESIZE
        mov size, $RESULT
        alloc size
        mov dst, $RESULT
        MEMCPY dst,base,size
        ...
        free dst

MSG message
-----------
Display a message box with specified message
Example:
        MSG "Script paused"

MSGYN message
-------------
Display a message box with specified message and YES and NO buttons.
Sets the reserved $RESULT variable to 1 if YES is selected and 0 otherwise.
Example:
        MSGYN "Continue?"

MUL op1, op2
------------
Sets op1 with op1*op2
Example:
        mul op1, 10

NAMES addr
----------
Open names Window for module (Like Ctrl + N)
addr is the module address

NEG op
------
Assembly Operation "neg eax"

NOT op
------
Assembly Operation "not eax"

OLLY info
---------
Get information about ollydbg
"info" can be :
        - PID retrieve the Ollydbg Process ID
        - HWND the main Ollydbg HWND
        - THREAD the main Ollydbg Thread Handle
        - THREADID the main Ollydbg Thread ID
        - PATH fullpath of Ollydbg
        - EXE Ollydbg.EXE
        - INI Ollydbg.INI
        - DIR Ollydbg directory
       
Example:
        OLLY PID
        mov pid, $RESULT
        OLLY HWND
        mov hwnd, $RESULT

OR dest, src
------------
ORs src and dest and stores result in dest
Example:
        or x, 0F
        or eax, x
        or [401000], 5

OPCODE addr
-----------
OPCODE set the $RESULT variable to the opcode bytes, $RESULT_1 variable to mnemonic opcode (i.e. "MOV ECX,EAX")
and $RESULT_2 to the length of the opcode.
If an invalid opcode appears, $RESULT_2 should be 0.
addr is increased by the length of the opcode (disassemble command).
With this function you can step forward through code.
Example:
        opcode 00401000

OPENDUMP addr [,base,size]
--------------------------
Create a new Dump Window with data at address.
$RESULT is the HWND of the new window, for future use (backup purpose)

OPENTRACE
---------
Opens run trace window

PAUSE
-----
Pauses script execution. Script can be resumed from plugin menu.
Example:
        pause

POP dw
------
Retrieve dword from stack

POPA
-----
RESTORE all registers from plugin memory (saved with PUSHA)

PREOP addr
----------
Get asm command line address just before specified address.
Attention: Will not give real executed command eip before the jump.
Example:
        preop eip

PUSH dw
-------
Add dword to stack

PUSHA
-----
Save all register in plugin memory (to be restored by POPA)
Stack is not used by this command

RBP [arg1]
----------
Restore Break Points
arg1 = may be STRICT or nothing
Restores all hardware and software breakpoints
if arg1 == 'STRICT', all soft bp set by script will be deleted and only those
have been set before it runs will be restored.
If no argument set, previous soft bp will be appended to those set by script
Return in:
- $RESULT number of restored swbp
- $RESULT_1 number of restored hwbp
Example:
        rbp
        rbp STRICT

READSTR str, len
----------------
Copy len chars of str into $RESULT

REF addr, [LOCATION]
--------------------
REF addr works as "Find references to .. Selected command" and "Find references", Ctrl R, in OllyDbg.
Search LOCATION could be the MEMORY block (default), CODE of module, or whole MODULE
$RESULT variable is set to the first reference addr
$RESULT_1 to the opcode (text asm command)
$RESULT_2 to the comment (like reference window).
Repeat "REF addr" until $RESULT=0 to get next refs
REF value counter is reset when addr changes or forced with addr = 0
Example:
        REF 0 // RESET REF
        continue:
                REF eip,CODE
                log $RESULT
                log $RESULT_1
                log $RESULT_2
        cmp $RESULT,0
        jne continue

REFRESH
-------
to redraw memory map, module, and disasm windows
(add in version 1.60)

RESET
-----
Reloads target (same as Ctrl+F2 in ollydbg)

REPL addr, find, repl, len
--------------------------
Replace "find" with "repl" starting at "addr" for "len" bytes.
Wildcards are allowed
Example:
        repl eip, #6a00#, #6b00#, 10
        repl eip, #??00#, #??01#, 10
        repl 401000, #41#, #90#, 1F

RET
---
Exits script or return from CALL.
Example:
        ret

REV what
--------
Reverse dword bytes.
Example:
        rev 01020304
        //$RESULT = 04030201

ROL op, count
-------------
Assembly Operation "rol eax, cl"
save in the target (first) operand.

ROR op, count
-------------
Assembly Operation "ror eax, cl"
Example:
        mov x, 00000010
        ROR x, 8

RTR
---
Executes "Run to return" in OllyDbg, [Ctrl+F9] operation.
Example:
        rtr

RTU
---
Executes "Run to user code" in OllyDbg, [Alt+F9] operation.
Example:
        rtu

RUN
---
Executes F9 in OllyDbg, you can also use ERUN to ignore exceptions
Example:
        run

SBP
---
Store Break Points
stores all hardware and software breakpoints, to be restored with RBP
return in:
- $RESULT number of stored swbp
- $RESULT_1 number of stored hwbp

SCMP dest, src [,size]
----------------------
Compares strings dest to src. Works like its asm counterpart.
Example:
        var sVar
      mov sVar, "Hello World"
      scmp sVar, "Hello", 5
      je Okay
         log "Error."
      Okay:

SCMPI dest, src [,size]
-----------------------
Compares strings dest to src (case insentitive). Works like its asm counterpart.
Example:

      var sVar
      mov sVar, "HELLO WORLD"
      scmpi sVar, "Hell", 4
      je Okay
         log "Error."
      Okay:

SETOPTION
---------
Open the OllyDBG Options Window, to change debugging parameters.
Script will continue on close.

SHL dest, src
-------------
Shifts dest to the left src times and stores the result in dest.
Example:
        mov x, 00000010
        shl x, 8 // x is now 00001000

SHR dest, src
-------------
Shifts dest to the right src times and stores the result in dest.
Example:
        mov x, 00001000
        shr x, 8 // x is now 00000010

STEP
----
Execute F8 in OllyDbg. Same as STO
Example:
        sto

STI
---
Execute F7 in OllyDbg. STep Into.
Example:
        sti

STO
---
Execute F8 in OllyDbg. STep Over. Same as STEP
Example:
        sto

STR var
-------
Converts variable to a String (buffer or dword)

SUB dest, src
-------------
Reduce src from dest.
Example:
        sub x, 0F
        sub eax, x
        sub [401000], 5

TC
--
Cancels run trace in OllyDbg
Example:
        tc

TEST dest,src
-------------
Performs a logical AND of the two operands updating the flags register without saving the result.
(Modifies Flags: CF OF PF SF ZF (AF undefined))

TI
--
Executes "Trace into" in OllyDbg, CTRL-F7 in OllyDbg.
Example:
        ti

TICK [var [,reftime]]
---------------------
Set variable with script execution time (microsec)
if reftime parameter is set, set $RESULT with time since reftime.
if no parameter is set, function set $RESULT with execution time in text, in "<ssss mmm> ms" format
var is declared automatically.
Example:
        tick time
        msg time                //time since script startup
        tick time,time       
        msg $RESULT                //time since last TICK, DWORD value

TICND cond
----------
Traces into calls until cond is true
Example:
        ticnd "eip > 40100A" // will stop when eip > 40100A

TO
--
Executes "Trace over" in OllyDbg
Example:
        to

TOCND cond
----------
Traces over calls until cond is true
Example:
        tocnd "eip > 40100A" // will stop when eip > 40100A

UNICODE enable
--------------
Set Unicode Mode, not used for the moment
Example:
        UNICODE 1
        ...

VAR
---
Declare a variable to be used in the script.
Example:
        var x

XOR dest, src
-------------
XORs src and dest and stores result in dest
Example:
        xor x, 0F
        xor eax, x
        xor [401000], 5

XCHG dest, src                                 
--------------
Exchanges contents of source and destination.         

WRT file, data
--------------
Write to file (replace existing one) the only accepted symbol is "\r\n"
Numbers are wrote as strings... for the moment
Example:
        wrt "out.txt", "Data:\r\nOk\r\n"
        wrt sFile, ebx

WRTA file, data [, separator]
-----------------------------
Append to file, default separator is "\r\n"
Example:
        wrt sFile, "hello world"
        wrta sFile, 0ABCD, ""
        wrta sFile, "Windows CR, "\r\n"

3.2 Labels
----------
Labels are defined bu using the label name followed by a colon.
Example:
        SOME_LABEL:

3.3 Comments
------------
Comments can be put anywhere and have to start with ";" or "//".
Comment lines starting with ";" will be displayed in script window.
Block comments between "/*" and "*/"

3.4 Menus
---------
The main OllyScript menu consists of the following items:
- Run script...: lets the user select a script file and starts it
- Abort: aborts a running script
- Pause: pauses a running script
- Resume: resumes a paused script
- About: shows information about this plugin

3.5 Script Window
-----------------
The Script Window was introduced with ODbgScript, it enables you to debug
and see progression of your script.
You can set script breakpoints, debug the script, edit variables and also
execute commands manually.

4. Integration with other plugins
---------------------------------
You can call OllyScript from your plugin and make it execute a script.
Use something like the source code below:

HMODULE hMod = GetModuleHandle("ODbgScript.dll");
if(hMod) // Check that the other plugin is present and loaded
{
        // Get address of exported function
        int (*pFunc)(char*) = (int (*)(char*)) GetProcAddress(hMod, "ExecuteScript");
        if(pFunc) // Check that the other plugin exports the correct function
                pFunc("myscript.txt"); // Execute exported function
}

DebugScript dll entry is also available.

You can also execute script commands via OllyDBG ODBG_plugincmd()
and in Conditional Log Breakpoints.

5. Contact us
-------------
To contact us you can post your question in the forum or go on IRC
and message Epsylon3 or SHaG on EFnet.

You can also use Sourceforge.net Forums or Bug Trackers

6. License and source code
--------------------------
Soon I'm going to armadildo this plugin and charge an awful lot of money
for it! :P Seriously, you are free to use this plugin and the source code however
you see fit. However please name me in your documentation/about box and if
the project you need my code for is on a larger scale please also notify
me - I am curious.

7. Thanks!
----------
I'd like to thank all the wonderful people who reported bugs, wrote scripts, came
with improvement ideas etc.

R@dier for the great dumping engine.

shERis, nick_name, MetaCore, XanSama, arnix, hila123, bukkake, Human, hnhuqiong,
SunBeam, LCF AT, Fungus, hnedka, Zool@nder for ideas and bug report on the new ODbgScript

And of course Olly for this great debugger!

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yjd 活跃值 2011-12-20 12:19
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我这里的版本是

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ODbgScript
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ODbgScript plugin v1.83.1
by Epsylon3@gmail.com

From OllyScript written by SHaG
PE dumper by R@dier
Byte replacement algo by Hex

http://odbgscript.sf.net/

简体中文汉化:Lkou [LCG]
http://www.52pojie.cn/

Compiled Feb 10 2011 14:55:21
i686 VC2008 WDK7.1 CRT/STL60

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不过官方现在最新是这个,你那个是从哪里下载的??我打开你的连接也是显示我的版本,如果可以的话,上传上来大家分享一下。
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