Use PC Guard software protection system to protect your software from reverse engineering and tampering.
What is reverse engineering of software?
There are three main groups of software reverse engineering:
1. Analysis through observation of information exchange, most prevalent in protocol reverse engineering, which involves using bus analyzers and packet sniffers.
2. Disassembly using a disassembler, meaning the raw machine language of the program is read and understood in its own terms. This will work on any software but requires significant knowledge of machine code.
3. Decompilation using a decompiler, a process that will try to recreate the source code in some high-level language for a program only available in machine code. Decompilation is especially effective in case of .NET framework applications.
Is there anything we can we do to prevent this and protect our intellectual property?
PC Guard software protection system implements the following anti reverse engineering methods:
- Anti-debugging techniques in order to make reverse engineering process as complicated and complex as possible.
- Detect and prevent usage of popular debuggers and disassembling tools.
- On the fly polymorphic code encryption and decryption.
- Multiple code obfuscation techniques.