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09 / 2004
Vybrali pro vás: TR - Tomáš Rosa, JP - Jaroslav Pinkava, PV - Pavel Vondruška, VK - Vlastimil Klíma

Javovské aplikace mohou býtdekompilovány, ?íká se v nové knize

A new book shows that practically all Java programs are vulnerable to being decompiled back into the original source code. Author Godfrey Nolan says: "I know I could recover the source code from almost any Java application... and I'm pretty sure there are other people out there who could do the same." There are several risks here. The programmer's work and intellectual property is vulnerable if the source code can be accessed relatively easily. There is also the danger that a cracker could decompile a popular piece of Java code, insert malicious functionality, and the recompile the Java. This new version would be an exact copy of the original program, but with a malicious payload. An experienced programmer himself, Godfrey Nolan says he wrote this book (Decompiling Java, Apress, August 2004) to explain exactly what decompilation means and what options programmers have to protect their work. The book includes building an obfuscator (to attempt to protect source code) and a decompiler (to expose source code). There is also detailed description of the options open to programmers to protect their code. Kniha na Amazonu
Zdroj: http://catless.ncl.ac.uk/Risks/23.54.html#subj12.1
Autor: VK

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