• Godfrey Nolan


When corel bought WordPerfect for almost $200 million from the Novell Corporation in the mid 1990s, nobody would have thought that in a matter of months they would have been giving away the source code free. However, when Corel ported WordPerfect to Java and released it as a beta product, a simple program called Mocha1 could quickly and easily reverse engineer, or decompile, significant portions of Corel’s Office for Java back into source code.


Source Code Virtual Machine Reverse Engineering Java Code Java VIrtual Machine 
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