TRUE. Otherwise, all of the actions of that event will be ignored.
RAXregister. If you zero the
RAXregister, then return (
ret), it means that you don't want the event actions to be executed (or in other words, you returned
XOR RAX, RAXat the end of your assembly code. This way, the event action will never be executed because RAX is zero, which means
MOV RAX, 1at the end of the code, the RAX is non-zero, which means that the event's actions should be executed.
DebuggerCreateEvent, you have to specify both a pointer to the buffer and the size of the buffer.
CondtionBufferis the pointer to the buffer that holds the assembly bytes and
sizeof(CondtionBuffer)shows the size of the buffer.
Regsis the registers of the guest, you can directly modify them, and it will be applied to the guest in the normal execution, and you can also read these registers in this structure and the
Contextis event-specific, check each event's documentation to see what is in the
RCXis a pointer to the following structure.