Using reverse engineering, we can assess and inspect various types of software, whose source code is not available. The reverse engineering process can serve a range of goals, including creating documentation for legacy software systems in order to perform integration into modern tools and pipelines. Another goal of the process, can be to audit proprietary applications to look for potential backdoors or memory corruption vulnerabilities.
In case your organization relies on legacy software whose developer you may no longer be able to reach (or perhaps they may not be in business anymore?), reverse engineering can be a solution for you to bring old software up to modern standards. In some cases, this may be needed in a data migration process, when not having access to old data formats is blocking you from moving forward.
The process of Reverse Engineering can also be hugely helpful, when you do not trust an application or suspect that someone might be remotely accessing your data or devices. In these cases, our team of experts can analyze software to figure out whether or not these types of threats exist.
After the scope and the conditions are clear, our team of experts start reverse engineering the software in scope. Based on your needs, you may receive a report, and/or a range of recovered materials, such as structures, descriptions of how different parts of the software operate, or even code that is equivalent to the original source code in cases where the software is small in size.