Thursday, February 23, 2023

Reverse Engineering Notes - Byte Fold

 A byte folded function typically refers to a function that has been collapsed or "folded" to a compact size of N bytes, often by the compiler or optimizer. Such functions may be generated to minimize the program's size or memory usage. They can also be used to obfuscate code, making it more difficult to analyze and reverse engineer.

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