Hindering Reverse Engineering: Thinking Outside the Box
IEEE Security and Privacy
Protecting application software from reverse engineering and piracy is key to ensuring the integrity of intellectual property and critical infrastructures. Unorthodox protection strategies can help mitigate these types of attacks. Such strategies must include random, dynamic protections to complicate the ease with which attackers can overcome standard approaches.
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Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Dube, Thomas E.; Birrer, Bobby D.; Raines, Richard; Baldwin, Rusty O.; Mullins, Barry; Bennington, Robert W.; and Reuter, Christopher E., "Hindering Reverse Engineering: Thinking Outside the Box" (2008). Computer Science Faculty Publications. 121.