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Introduction to Reverse Engineering


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Reversing often implies converting low-level asm into some higher-level language or pseudo-code for digestion by humans...(and then using such specifications to understand, emulate, improve or copy the original).

For us to do this we first investigate how some high-level constructs (in our case C) are represented in ASM. We then use this knowledge to infer high-level-constructs from the asm if we are attempting to discover what a segment of code does, or otherwise look for coding anomalies which may lead to discovering what compiler was used and possibly even fingerprint a style of coding.


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