Obfuscating Code to Protect Interfaces Accessible by Scripting Languages
Publication Date: 2012-Nov-08
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AbstractThis publication discloses exposing Component Object Model (“COM”) interfaces via a type information library for consumption by a scripting language while limiting the ability of attackers to reverse-engineer or abuse the underlying code.
This publication discloses exposing Component Object Model (“COM”) interfaces via a type information library for consumption by a scripting language while limiting the ability of attackers to reverse-engineer or abuse the underlying code.
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