Reverse Engineering


What is Reverse Engineering?

Reverse Engineering (also known as backwards engineering or back engineering) is a methodology that attempts to understand how a device, process, system, or piece of software accomplishes a goal using deductive reasoning with little (if any) insight into how it does so.

What We Do?

We go into depths to disassemble the attack software in order to figure out how it worked

Our Team

Our team is proficient in dismantling and analysing computer software to find the proof


What Are The Benefits of Reverse Engineering?

Our team utilize Reverse Engineering to identify system weaknesses, study malware and viruses, and analyse the difficulty of recovering key programme algorithms to defend against data theft.

Reverse Engineering is used by our Security Experts to determine how tough it is to hack a piece of software. Experts may propose ways to make things more difficult for cyber criminals.

Program Check

Our team of Reverse Engineers look into a programme and require no source code to comprehend program operations.

Finding Malwares

Team will Reverse Engineer systems to find vulnerabilities, malware and viruses, and restore critical software algorithms

Software Loopholes

We use Reverse Engineering to find data on software exploitability. This makes hacking even more tough.

Programmers' Aid

Our Security Software Programmers that deal with a range of data types and protocols find this approach helpful


How Does Reverse Engineering Relate To Forensics?

Reverse Engineering is used to learn how something works. There are several reasons to do so. Reverse Engineering can be done to learn how something works and replicate or improve it.
  • Reverse Engineering is the technique of understanding something without knowing how it was made
  • The process of Reverse Engineering is required in Forensics because not all systems are accessible or preserved.
  • So, to properly gather digital evidence, our Forensic Experts first understand the system, then Reverse Engineer it.

How does Reverse Engineering work?

Static Analysis and Dynamic Analysis are the two most popular approaches of Reverse Engineering software systems that we believe in. If the code or operation of the programme can be discovered, a cure for the attack may be developed to stop it from spreading across a computer network and to prevent future attacks.

Static Analysis

Static Analysis examines software without needing to run it and also exposes the user to the threats of the programme in use.

Dynamic Analysis

Dynamic Analysis utilizes controlled programme execution or disassembly to learn how hazardous software operates

How does Reverse Engineering work


Malware Reverse Engineering

The process of Reverse Engineering malware entails disassembling (and, in some cases, decompiling) a computer programme. We transform the Binary instructions to code mnemonics (or higher level structures) in this process to examine what the programme does and what systems it affects.

Mobile App Reverse Engineering

Reverse Engineering is the process of disassembling something to figure out how it works, whether it's a lock or a mobile app. Mobile app decompiling is a type of Reverse Engineering that examines a mobile app's source code. As the binary is decompiled, its contents are translated from low-level abstraction to higher-level abstraction.

Software Reverse Engineering

Software Reverse Engineering is the process of retrieving a product's design, required specifications, and functionality from its code. It generates data from a software database. Software Reverse Engineering is the process of studying a software system to derive design and implementation details .

Website Reverse Engineering

Website Reverse Engineering is the process of determining how a website was built from the beginning. This may be accomplished by inspecting the source code of the website. Front-end and back-end programming are required for every website. Front-end programming is responsible for the creation of logos, posts, messages, and animations.


What is Malware Reverse Engineering?

Disassembling (and occasionally decompiling) a programme is Reverse Engineering Malware. This technique converts binary instructions into code mnemonics (or higher level structures) that engineers can analyse.
  • In this technique, our engineers will analyse the program's impact on other systems by memorising code mnemonics.
  • Encryption keys, file and header information, and other file, header, and metadata elements may be extracted by our team.
  • Uncovering a program's inner workings and goals requires a Reverse Engineer (or "reverser"). So the reverser knows which flaws the virus targets.
  • Our Reverse Engineers use several techniques to decipher software's functionality. It would therefore know which flaws the software targeted.

What is Mobile App Reverse Engineering?

  • ✓ It uses various techniques from security testing to crime
  • ✓ It involves dismantling a smartphone app to learn how it works
  • ✓ In mobile application RE, the software is a Mobile Application
  • ✓ It involves the examination of source code of a mobile app
  • ✓ A decompiler analyses the binary, abstracting its information

What is Software Reverse Engineering?

The process of recovering a product's design, required specifications, and functionalities from an examination of its code is known as Software Reverse Engineering.
  • Software Reverse Engineering helps in the creation of a software database and uses it to produce data.
  • Our Forensic Expert's Reverse Engineering skills are used to protect intellectual property as well as viruses and malware.
  • If software components like this need to be maintained, improved, or reused, SRE-trained computer programmers will be utilized
  • One of the major scopes of Software RE is that it is used for the recovery of design approach and design details at any level of abstraction
What is Software Reverse Engineering

What is Website Reverse Engineering?

  • The process of knowing how a website is built is known as Website Reverse Engineering.
  • Website Reverse Engineering focuses on observing the source code of a website.
  • Reverse Engineering is utilized because it is capable of repairing previously created systems.
  • We, at CryptoMize, help you examine how the existing systems manage your current website activities.
  • Making use of the Developer Toolbar in a browser is important to make its local copy.

Our Goals


Analysing Codes

Our team deeply examines and analyzes the hidden and suspicious codes in your systems to understand how they function.


Understanding Softwares

We believe in grasping the full concept. One of the major aims of our Reverse Engineering service is to facilitate the complete understanding of software systems.


Discovering Source Code

CryptoMize focuses on looking into the source code of mobile apps in order to identify any vulnerabilities that might eventually reveal what exactly happened.



Frequently Asked Questions

Reverse Engineering, often known as back engineering, is a method of obtaining design information from software, equipment, aircraft, buildings, and other items. Dismantling individual components of larger things is a common part of Reverse Engineering. You can use Reverse Engineering to find out how a component was produced so that you can replicate it.
Reverse Engineering (process) is a broad term that refers to a variety of tasks (application). Infringing on another's intellectual property is unlawful. Unfortunately, Reverse Engineering is often associated with negative connotations. This crime must be dealt with, and it is possible to do so.
Reverse Engineering provides manufacturers with information on the design of a product or component. You obtain a virtual copy of the blueprint that went into the original design when Reverse Engineering is done properly. One of the most accurate techniques for replicating designs for goods that have been out of production for decades is Reverse Engineering. Reverse Engineering may be the only way to bring things back to life when the original blueprints have been lost or destroyed. If you can get a working model of an old product, you can generally trace its design phases and use that knowledge to create a new model, fix a component, or improve future products.
1, Forensics and Problem-Solving
2. Optimisation of a component
3. Replacement of Legacy Parts
4. Corporate espionage and competitor intelligence
5. Improving the documentation quality of products
6.Educating Future Workers to Improve Productivity
A programme can never be fully deconstructed before compilation. Disassembled software may also be difficult to use due to the obfuscation of critical source code. They added a tonne of critical code to the software to confuse reverse engineers and make reversing more difficult. These two disadvantages contribute to the joy of successfully reversing a programme.

There are three phases of the Reverse Engineering process:

  • Recovery from implementation: Learn as much as possible about the application and create a first model.
  • Create a plan for recovery: Undo the database structure's mechanics and resolve foreign key references.
  • Recovering from analysis: Remove any design artefacts and flaws from the model.

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