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Is there any open source code for extracting API call sequences and control flow graphs?
I use a disassembler to come up with the assembly code of a PE file first.
 
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Posted 25-Feb-12 0:40am
lilyNaz536

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Hi,
 
I have used Wingraph32 for graphing with IDA Pro[^]. I believe that it is using the VCG graphing library[^].
 
You can download the source code for Wingraph32 here[^].
 
Best Wishes,
-David Delaune
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lilyNaz at 9-Apr-12 0:51am
   
Thank you. I looked at VCG Graphig library but it mentions that The VCG tool reads a textual and readable specification of a graph and visualizes the graph.
But I don't have the graph itself, I just have the assembly code, visualization is not my first priority, coming up with control flow graph is the problem.

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