We have a legacy Windows program compiled a very long time ago which I can not find the sources for in any of our backups. We need to recover from the executable the relatively simple logic according to which in interfaces with our database. I'm looking for an experienced reverse-engineering professional that can analyze the executable and produce for us both pseudo code of the logic as well as write C++ code according to that pseudo code, so that we can directly test if the extracted logic is indeed identical to the original (by seeing that the DB interface behavior is identical to the legacy program's in identical DB states.) Before I will send you our legacy program I ask that you write for me in the comment: • what experience do you have in reverse engineering? • which tools do you use? • please describe briefly how would you go about estimating the complexity of this job once I send you the program. Thanks
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
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Windows, reverse engineering