Reverse Engineering

Reverse engineering is a reverse analysis method that enables attackers, programmers or security analysts to look "beneath the surface" of compiled applications.

Reverse engineering is essential when we want to analyse the functionality of an application under test without having its source code. It is important to note that reverse engineering of applications is essentially nothing more than understanding the functionality of the application being analysed in as much detail as possible. Reverse engineering of heterogeneous applications varies depending on the technologies used, the programming language and many other factors. Thus, reverse engineers need to have a high level understanding of not only hacking but also programming and other areas of related development.

Why should we deal with reverse engineering at all? First of all, because we want to find out if developers have left any hidden backdoors in applications and firmware. Whether there are vulnerabilities in the applications that would then enable potential attackers to compromise them.

Reverse engineering is especially useful when you do not have the source code for an application, but still want to check its security, for example important hardcore applications, IoT devices, etc.


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