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decompiler

A program that converts machine language back into a high-level source language. The resulting code may be very difficult to maintain as variables and routines are named generically: A0001, A0002, etc. See disassembler.
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The app version that was decompiled by Android Police
These talks will reveal critical security vulnerabilities in processor architecture and operating systems used by most modern smartphone platforms; a new tool that enables security researchers to anonymously route their Internet traffic through the Tor network; and an in-depth investigation of a unique malware family along with the release of a new tool that automatically deobfuscates decompiled malware code.
In the same day Twitter released Vine for Android, Will Smidlein decompiled the Vine app and recreated the portion of the API that allows users to create posts, add titles and insert images.
Being able to easily navigate, search, review decompiled artifacts was as essential for us as having these features in a source code editor.
Enck and his fellow scientists built a program that took the Java bytecode that runs on Android phones and then decompiled it, converting it into something that humans could more easily look at and understand.
it, Comodo's Italian certificate selling service, decompiled a file to obtain the username and password for issuing certificates and was able to issue the nine certificates within 15 minutes of getting the log-in information.
The optimal renaming of all the symbols not only decreases your application size, but also makes it virtually impossible to read the decompiled code.
NET applications are more susceptible to being decompiled and reverse engineered, so organizations need to consider implementing granular licensing processes and protection of sensitive software IP.
Decompiling Android shows why Android apps can be decompiled to recover their source code, what it means to Android developers and how to protect code from prying eyes.
On its developer's site, Google said the recently posted factory images "may not be disassembled, decompiled, reverse engineered, modified or redistributed.
In the case of voice orientated "automated transactions", the voice messages (compiled and decompiled into electronic impulses during the process) should be recognised as the "data message" component of that transaction.
It wanted to protect the integrity of its licensing system to deter piracy and prevent the theft of its IP contained in the product codebase by protecting it from being decompiled by malicious third parties.