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An Anti-Reverse Engineering Guide

, 9 Nov 2008
A look into what goes into the area of preventing reverse engineering, and gives developers some functions and ideas about preventing reversing engineering of their programs.
Prize winner in Competition "Best C++/MFC article of November 2008"

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I'm currently a high school senior at Bradwell Institute in Georgia and I'm aspiring to be a computer programmer. I enjoy reverse engineering and it's really what I spend most of my time on my computer doing. I'd love to see a native code decompiler one of these days.

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