maarten.paul at bosma.de
Thu Feb 23 14:48:21 CET 2006
theUser BL wrote:
> But in the same forum, someone have mentioned, that there existing
> decompiler like Boomerang
> which creates from binary code logical, easy to read C code. (Don't know
> before, that something like this exists).
I did already try it before: It does not work reliable yet. It most case
it just crashes if you use it on an windows binary.
> I want with this mail only to say, that it would be very hard to find
> the reverse engineered code (if there existing one).
Quote from Alex Ionescu:
> In the end, one of the best ways to figure out if something is reversed
> is not the code style, but the code quality. You tell yourself "Ok..so
> here we have a low-level kernel function that no driver out there uses,
> and which has absolutely no test case, but has 500 lines of perfectly
> implemented code which seem to magically know how to handle every
> combination of parameters, flags and situations. How was this coded?"
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