What is reverse engineering?
Reverse Engineering is a method by which an object is deconstructed for exploring its design, architecture, code and components. It is done to get the information about the components used in making the object. It can be applied to hardware, software and even to plant or animal DNA.
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Copperpod helps attorneys evaluate patent infringement and uncover hard-to-find evidence of use through public documentation research, product testing and reverse engineering, including reverse engineering techniques outlined above. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to know more about our reverse engineering capabilities.