Binscope 2014 Failures seen in FlxComm64.dll, FlxConnect64.dll, and FlxCore64.dll

Binscope 2014 Failures seen in FlxComm64.dll, FlxConnect64.dll, and FlxCore64.dll

Summary

Binscope 2014 Failures seen in FlxComm64.dll, FlxConnect64.dll, and FlxCore64.dll

Question

We ran the BinScope-2014 tool against the 2018.02 FNE DLLs and observed DefaultGSCookieCheck failed.

Apart from the DefaultGSCookieCheck, the following checks also fail:
ATLVersionCheck
ATLVulnCheck
CompilerVersionCheck
GsCheck
GSFriendlyCheck
GSFunctionSafeBufferCheck
RSA32Check
VB6Check.

Is this expected?

Answer

The checks failed as the ?pdb? file for the corresponding dll?s were not used. The results are as expected. If you run Binsope 2014 against the FNE 2018.02 kit for FlxComm64.dll, FlxConnect64.dll, and FlxCore64.dll, you'll get the expected results. In summary, the tests fail because you don't have our debug symbols.
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