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Opaque Predicate Anti-Disassembly
Opaque predicate is a term used in programming to refer to decision making where there is only one possible outcome. This can be achieved through the use of complex or hard-to-understand logic, such as calculating a value that will always return True.
Opaque predicates are often used as anti-disassembling techniques, as they can make it difficult for an analyst to …