Code Reversing

Definition updated on November 2023

What is code reversing?

A source code can be reversed to discover alternative uses for it, such as spotting unauthorized replication of the code in a place it wasn't intended to be used or learning how a rival product was created. An object is disassembled using the reverse engineering technique in order to examine its design, architecture, code, and components. To learn more about the materials used to create the thing, this is done. Applications for software are made up of source code files that are compiled into binary executable code. Reverse engineering of source code occurs when binary executable code is transformed back into source code files using a decompile.

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