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Covert Java™: Techniques for Decompiling, Patching, and Reverse Engineering by Alex Kalinovsky

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Appendix C. Quiz Answers

A1:

Decompiling classes, using effective tracing, cracking code with debuggers, using profilers for runtime application analysis, eavesdropping, and reverse engineering.

A2:

Decompiling classes, hacking non-public methods and variables, replacing and patching application classes, manipulating Java security, hacking application resources and UI elements, controlling class loading, replacing and patching core Java classes, intercepting control flow, understanding and tweaking bytecode, and total control with native code replacement.

A3:

Replacing and patching application classes, using effective tracing, and eavesdropping.

A4:

Windows Explorer, Notepad/TextPad, CMD.EXE, FTP client, and WinZip/Other archiver.

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