Reverse engineering is the art of extracting information from a given man-made device or software, it’s taking apart an object to see how it works in order to duplicate or enhance the object. here we will list the Best Reverse Engineering Books for that art.
You can reverse engineer anything that can be broken apart, and then put back together.
Reverse engineering is now frequently used on computer hardware and software.
A famous example of reverse-engineering involves San Jose-based Phoenix Technologies Ltd., which in the mid-1980s wanted to produce a BIOS for PCs that would be compatible with the IBM PC’s proprietary BIOS. (A BIOS is a program stored in firmware that’s run when a PC starts up; see Technology QuickStudy, June 25.)[Read more…] about Best Reverse Engineering Books