Fridolín Pokorný

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Machine-code decompilation is a reverse-engineering discipline focused on reverse compilation. It performs an application recovery from binary executable files back into the high level language (HLL) representation. One of its critical tasks is to produce an accurate and well-readable code. However, this is a challenging task since the executable code may(More)
Retargetable executable-code decompilation is a one of the most complicated reverse-engineering tasks. Among others, it involves de-optimization of compiler-optimized code. One type of such an optimization is usage of so-called instruction idioms. These idioms are used to produce faster or even smaller executable files. On the other hand, decompilation of(More)
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