Author Archives: Andrew Schulman

Reverse Engineering book

Reverse Engineering: Purposes, Methodologies, Tools, and Law by Andrew Schulman The following are notes for a forthcoming book, which will include the use of reverse engineering as a fact-gathering tool in litigation, when the working or composition of a product or system is at issue. Contact the author for more information. Also see articles on […]

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A blast from the past (1994?!): Disassembling DOS

from¬†Undocumented DOS: A Programmer’s Guide to Reserved MS-DOS Functions and Data Structures by Andrew Schulman et al.(2nd edition, Addison-Wesley, 1994) This nearly-ancient text (along with other selected chapters from Undocumented DOS¬†and¬†Undocumented Windows) is being presented as a case study in some methodologies of software reverse engineering, applied to mass-market software. Note that this chapter appeared […]

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Computer software source code in litigation

Slides available here (though they may not entirely make sense without the audio, available as on-demand continuing legal education from ProLawCLE).

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