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MEDICAL ENGINEERING
MALWARE ANALYSIS
INDEPENDENT DISCOVERY
POJO MODEL
VARIOUS
SIMILAR
CRYPTOGRAPHY
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
COMPUTER SOFTWARE
VIRTUAL MACHINES
CHAPTER 11
FORENSICS
COMPUTER FORENSICS
RE-ENGINEERING
DISASSEMBLING
COMPUTER SECURITY
INFORMATION
PROGRAMS
MALWARE
RESEARCHER
COPYRIGHT LAWS
SOFTWARE
FAIR
BOTNET
PROCESS
REENGINEERING
CONTRACT
PROHIBITION
LAW
COPYRIGHT ACT
REVERSE ENGINEERING
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Definitions

  1. Reverse engineering is a process of examination only: the software system under consideration is not modified (which would make it reengineering).
  2. Reverse engineering is the process of discovering the technological principles of an object or component through analysis of its structure and function. (Web site)
  3. Reverse engineering was necessary in order for the defendants to learn Blizzard's protocol language and to ensure that bnetd worked with Blizzard games. (Web site)

Medical Engineering

  1. Applications of reverse engineering in three significant areas: automotive, aerospace, and medical engineering are reported in depth. (Web site)

Malware Analysis

  1. He also occasionally teaches malware analysis and reverse engineering. (Web site)

Independent Discovery

  1. Moreover, because genetic inventions are often subject to reverse engineering and independent discovery, trade-secret protection may not be adequate. (Web site)

Pojo Model

  1. DBVA-EC provides reverse engineering an existing database into entity relational model and POJO model.

Various

  1. Reverse engineering of software can be accomplished by various methods.

Similar

  1. A real hacker is someone who disasembles a program to find out how it works, not to cause damage, it's similar to reverse engineering. (Web site)
  2. Reverse Engineering, GIS and similar applications work with point data.

Cryptography

  1. In cryptography, for example, there are a number of examples of proprietary ciphers becoming public knowledge, either by reverse engineering (e.g.

Mechanical Engineering

  1. Provides mechanical engineering, CAD data conversion, solid modeling, surface modeling, reverse engineering.

Computer Software

  1. This book is on Reverse Engineering of computer software.

Virtual Machines

  1. His interests include malware defense, reverse engineering, exploitation methods, virtual machines, and automatic classification systems.

Chapter 11

  1. In chapter 11 for instance, the authors present on reverse engineering and studying Malware.

Forensics

  1. How to capture and analyze data through a honeynet, including the latest on reverse engineering and forensics for Windows, UNIX, and networks. (Web site)

Computer Forensics

  1. He specializes in both offensive and defensive research and development as well as reverse engineering, incident response and computer forensics. (Web site)

Re-Engineering

  1. Maintainer's Assistant, a tool for reverse engineering and re-engineering code using formal methods. (Web site)

Disassembling

  1. The virus may use various methods to make tracing, disassembling and reverse engineering its code more difficult.

Computer Security

  1. Maik Morgenstern has been interested in computer security and reverse engineering for several years before he joined AV-Test.org in September 2004.

Information

  1. Discovery of protected information through independent research or reverse engineering (taking a product apart to see how it works) is not misappropriation.

Programs

  1. EXECryptor is a software protection system for protect programs from reverse engineering, analysis, modifications and cracking.

Malware

  1. The malware detects many Reverse Engineering applications and attempts to make the system unbootable if any type of RE is detected.

Researcher

  1. Though he has a wide range of experience in IT security, he specialises in reverse engineering and started his career as a virus researcher. (Web site)
  2. Francisco Amato is a researcher and computer security consultant who works in the area of vulnerability Development, blackbox testing, reverse engineering. (Web site)

Copyright Laws

  1. There are also no protections in the GPL from activities normally permitted by copyright laws, such as reverse engineering.

Software

  1. He is an industry expert in the fields of application security assessment, software reverse engineering and malware analysis. (Web site)
  2. Although this information can instead be learned by reverse engineering, this is much more difficult with hardware than it is with software. (Web site)
  3. EXPERT WITNESS, PATENT and COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT ANALYST with experience in reverse engineering of software and hardware. (Web site)

Fair

  1. In the context of computer technologies, the fair use doctrine is often used in the context of reverse engineering. (Web site)
  2. Courts have sometimes held that the making of these copies in the context of reverse engineering is a fair use and is not copyright infringement. (Web site)
  3. Defendants rely on Vault and assert that Blizzard's licensing restrictions on fair use by reverse engineering are identical to those in Vault. (Web site)

Botnet

  1. Via reverse engineering, we can retrieve all of the sensitive information of a botnet.
  2. Via reverse engineering, we found out all necessary information to connect to the botnet and impersonate ourselves as a valid bot, as explained above.

Process

  1. The reverse engineering process also involves identifying the components used in a product. (Web site)
  2. We conclude that formal methods have an important practical role in the reverse engineering process. (Web site)
  3. This process can sometimes involve reverse engineering which is taking apart competitors products to find strengths and weaknesses.

Reengineering

  1. Software anti-tamper technology is used to deter both reverse engineering and reengineering of proprietary software and software-powered systems.

Contract

  1. For example, courts generally will prevent a contract that prohibits reverse engineering or fair use. (Web site)

Prohibition

  1. Baystate contends that the Copyright Act preempts the prohibition of reverse engineering embodied in Mr. Bowers' shrink-wrap license agreements. (Web site)

Law

  1. Reverse engineering, disassembly, or decompilation of this software, unless required by law for interoperability, is prohibited.
  2. To my knowledge there is no law that holds that reverse engineering a protocol through packet dumping implicates copyright in any way. (Web site)

Copyright Act

  1. A divided Appeals Court held that the Copyright Act does not preempt state contract law that allows parties to impose a ban on reverse engineering. (Web site)
  2. Baystate contended that the Copyright Act preempted the prohibition of reverse engineering embodied in Mr. Bowers' shrinkwrap license agreement. (Web site)
  3. The Federal Circuit, applying First Circuit law, found that the license prohibition against reverse engineering was not preempted by the Copyright Act. (Web site)

Reverse Engineering

  1. Bowers filed counterclaims for copyright infringement, patent infringement, and breach of contract, including the prohibition on reverse engineering. (Web site)
  2. Therefore, this court held "reverse engineering object code to discern the unprotectable ideas in a computer program is a fair use." Id. (Web site)
  3. Also, the defendants state that the prohibition on reverse engineering violates their right under the fair use doctrine. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Law > Copyright > Copyright Law > Copyright Act
  2. Medicine > Drugs > Alcohol > Prohibition
  3. Bowers
  4. Reengineering
  5. Information Technology > Computers > Internet > Botnet
  6. Books about "Reverse Engineering" in Amazon.com

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