disassembler


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disassembler

(ˌdɪsəˈsɛmblə)
n
(Computer Science) a computer program that translates machine code into assembly language
Translations
désassembleur
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The IDA Pro disassembler is an industry standard tool that employs this technique [4].
A binary attack can occur in disk with a disassembler or in memory while an application is running.
Sebastian Muniz and Alfredo Ortega presented a tool which facilitates debugging and reverse engineering process of Cisco IOS by allowing the integration with most used existing debugging and disassembler tools such as GDB and IDA Pro [11].
The IDA Pro book; the unofficial guide to the world's most popular disassembler, 2d ed.
He brings his Disassembler band to Warwick Arts Centre and the date is a continuation of Jazz Coventry's determined attempt to mount a season of promotions, even under financial duress.
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In a protocol-aware system with a network traffic disassembler [1] generic attacks can be detected.
However, in a world without transaction costs, contracts would be made with the most efficient party, and it should make no difference whether the contract is with the disassembler or the shredder.
Covering many unknown yet useful techniques to use with the disassembler, it touches on subjects such as routines, processor and file types, plug-ins, debuggers, and so much more.
File encryption--Automatic file encryption prevents hackers from attacking the protected file with a disassembler and changing the protection implementation, www.
If the Java source code is not available, this system can use a modified version of the javap bytecode disassembler to translate the bytecodes into the Vortex IL.