Why would you need reverse engineering?

There can be several reasons.  When your software has done something bad -- something that's supposed to be impossible -- reverse engineering the code is one approach to locating the source of the fault.   When your company acquires an experimental technology with a valuable, but safety-critical function, reverse engineering can help to determine initial requirements for a formalized development effort.  When you need to maintain poorly documented legacy software, reverse engineering can extract design to make maintenance less error-prone.

SafeCode consultants have experience with all of these uses of reverse engineering.  Let us help you.

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