Firmware Reverse Engineering

Definition updated on November 2023

What is firmware reverse engineering?

In order to understand how an object functions internally, firmware reversing requires disassembling the device. It can range from straightforward analysis, such as examining various components of the device, such as its file system and multiple interfaces, to in-depth analysis, such as revealing a firmware's core intricacies and algorithms. Reversing firmware can reveal important details about the gadget, including hardcoded data, security holes in important algorithms, and even login credentials.

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