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Assembly “wrapping”: a technique for anti-disassembly

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Update: user RelativeTrifle at the ReverseEngineering subreddit pointed out to me that this is not a new concept, as Johannes Kinder had already written about it in 2010 while calling it “overlapping instructions”. This paper was mentioned at StackExchange in 2013. While I did research terms and expressions in order to figure out if this technique had been mentioned before, it is very hard to…

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Reverse Engineer / exploitdev/ researcher; more info at https://andrelima.info

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