[Owasp-delhi] Reverse Engineering
davechintan at gmail.com
Wed Jun 30 16:25:13 EDT 2010
Yeah, but EULA is not as comprehensive as law.
For example: EULA says, Decompiling and Disassembiling of product is
However there have been cases where if the application/product is
reverse engineered, the decision was in favour or party who reversed
it. The following link provides more details on examples:
On Wed, Jun 30, 2010 at 3:14 PM, Soi, Dhruv <dhruv.soi at owasp.org> wrote:
> I think its there in the EULA shipped with any software.
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> Hi Experts,
> I need a small help from you.
> Is RE legal for security assessments of products purchased from vendors?
> There has been a bit of confusion around RE topic.
> I know it is illegal to do RE to steal the idea, however this one, I
> need feedback from you folks.
> If you can share some authoritative resources that could confirm on
> the legality/illegality, it would be great.
> Chintan Dave,
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