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OK, so the first issue is: do you need these rolls to be reproducible and predictable? That is, do you need to be able to fast-forward to the 10000th roll or rewind to the 20th, and get the same result? If you don't need that feature, then why not use a cryptographically secure random number generator instead? This way, neither you nor an attacker can ...


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The Malware creator might use the various points of redirection to change the behaviour of the script after it has been deployed to its target, maybe all systems are under the attackers control and he chooses to redirect different targets to different locations. Another possible answer is that the attacker prepared for the loss of access to one of the (most ...


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There is a pretty good explanation at the following link on stackoverflow: reverse engineering c programs Short answer: There is no way to get exactly the same code that you have on a C written program. It passes through many stages until it reaches binary code for a specific machine. It is somehow compared to an ice cube that melted, assuming that you ...



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