Before bb94611d6545c2c5271f5bb01de1aa4228a37250, we didn't check
that the sections in the COFF executable actually contained enough
raw data, when looking up what section contains tables pointed to
by the data directories.
That commit added checking, to avoid setting a pointer that points
out of bounds - by rejecting such executables.
It turns out that some binaries (e.g.g a "helper.exe" provided by
NSIS) contains a base relocation table data directory that points
into the wrong section. It points inside the virtual address space
allocated for that section, but the section contains much less raw
data, and the table points outside of the provided raw data.
No longer reject such binaries (to let tools operate on them and
inspect them), but don't set the table pointers (so that when
printing e.g. base relocations, we don't print anything).
This should fix the regression pointed out in