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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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We then included our ELF engine, to try to validate the binaries, and thus, call the disassembler only on invalid cases.
For example, assemblers encode; disassemblers decode; and some profilers do both.
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.
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].
Designed for both novice and advanced programmers, this book shows how the automation levels of IDA Pro are uncommon for disassemblers, and how the flexibility of the program saves users time and money.
Disassemblers can also break down rock and other raw materials, which will then be reshaped into anything we want.
Happy as a low-profile rancher in Montana alongside Mennonites, Jack is called back to Lucius's hideaway as disassemblers are destroying nano-built cities.
In another area, disassemblers with power screwdrivers and other tools separate plastic parts from metal parts when handling such items as obsolete power drills and hedge trimmers.
Logic-analyzer vendors and third-party suppliers offer disassemblers that produce assembly-language code for a wide range of processors.