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Cracker

A slang term in Hong Kong for $10,000. See also: Hong Kong dollar, Big cracker.
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MaxCore can also automatically generate related embedded software development tools including disassemblers, assemblers and multiple integration packages from a formal processor description in the C-like LISA language.
The trace and disassembler system allows the user to view software execution as well as to trace and debug code in real-time as it runs in the processor's instruction cache.
In addition to its easy-to-use interface, other key features and capabilities of the Nohau emulators include an in-line assembler and disassembler, hardware and software breakpoints, high-level debugging, real-time emulation, memory mapping, single stepping, and real-time tracing.
To compress development schedules, SuperTAP 860T and 860SAR include special features for debugging, including a 128K real-time trace system, a trace disassembler, a CPU register browser, and a real-time complex event detection system.
RM5230 and RM5260 microprocessor logic analyzer support is planned by Corelis (Cerritos, CA) for Hewlett-Packard pre-processor pods and disassembler software and by Crescent Heart Software (Portland, OR) for Tektronix adapter pods and disassembler software.
By building with assemblers and disassemblers in space, you can reuse parts at the end of the life of a satellite or spaceship.
As there are no jumps in the software - they are all replaced - the application is a solid piece of code in disassemblers.
No matter from what threats software is protected, for example copying or stealing algorithms, attackers attempt to crack the protection by several methods including reverse engineering, including disassembly and decompilation, debuggers, disassemblers, decompilers, emulators, simulators and spoofing attacks [7].
The BMP Guide enhances safety developments throughout the supply chain by encouraging aircraft disassemblers or asset owners to proactively discover whether an aircraft or aircraft part has been involved in an airworthiness event involving unusual heat, stress or abnormal environmental conditions.