Reverse Engineering Techniques

Definition updated on November 2023

What are reverse engineering techniques?

Particular procedures, instruments, or strategies are referred to as reverse engineering techniques. These methods include decompiling code, static analysis, dynamic analysis, memory forensics, protocol analysis, hardware probing, side-channel assaults, and binary code analysis. In order to gather knowledge, comprehend behaviour, or accomplish particular objectives, reverse engineers can use these approaches to uncover, examine, or alter the target system, code, or hardware.

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