.connect (connect to a session)

Description of '.connect' command in HyperDbg.

Command

.connect

Syntax

.connect [ip] [port]

.connect local

Description

Connects to a remote computer session or connects to a local debugger.

If you don't specify the port, then HyperDbg uses the default port, which is 50000; however, you can change the default port if you compile the HyperDbg.

Parameters

[ip]

The IP Address of the remote system.

[port] (optional)

The port address that the remote debugger listens on it.

Examples

The following command connects to a remote system (192.168.1.5) which the HyperDbg debugger listens on its 50000 (by default) port.

HyperDbg> .connect 192.168.1.5

The following command connects to a remote system (192.168.1.5) which the HyperDbg debugger listens on its 50001 port.

HyperDbg> .connect 192.168.1.5 50001

The following example connects to the current system for local debugging.

HyperDbg> .connect local

IOCTL

None

Remarks

  1. In order to be able to load modules and run commands, you have to connect to a remote system or debug your current system.

Requirements

None

.disconnect (disconnect from a session)