Reverse Engineering Process

Definition updated on November 2023

What is the reverse engineering process?

The process of deconstructing software, machines, aircraft, architectural structures, and other goods in order to obtain design knowledge is known as reverse engineering, also referred to as back engineering. Reverse engineering frequently involves breaking larger objects into smaller, more manageable bits. Reverse engineering is a technique that allows you to replicate something after learning how it was built. When acquiring a new item directly from an OEM is not an option, businesses frequently employ this strategy.

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