Accurate Recovery of Functions in a Retargetable Decompiler(Poster Abstract)
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Introduction. Decompilation is used for translation of executable files into a high-level language (HLL) representation. It is an important mechanism for information forensics and malware analysis. Retargetable decompilation represents a very difficult task because it must handle all the specific features of the target platform. Nevertheless, a retargetable decompiler can be used for any particular target platform and the resulting code is represented in a uniform way.
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