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Any idea about MATLAB .p code?
Hello guys.
If you work with MATLAB, you may have heard about MATLAB P Code. It is the protected .m file. There is an online tool, but it need an authorization code and the author does not respond. https://sites.google.com/site/sippey...matlabpcode Do you have any idea for the decryption and decompilation? I have x64 bit MATLAB on my system and cannot debug it. Thanks
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Once I tried to find a way to decode but after a few month wasting time couldn't get anywhere. I am also interested to know about othere experiences.

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Nobody is interested?
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i am interested but i have had no time to look into it. i am even more interested in trying to reverse the mathematica .mx format. it is already easy to dump source that has been obfuscated with Encode! ;]

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i am interested in this field , i'm Persian too, if you have passion for it let's corporate.

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This DEF CON PDF has some information on PCode.
https://media.defcon.org/DEF%20CON%2...usupdated.pdf And the video presentation. https://youtu.be/wjVUSw_7ko Last edited by runio; 08092019 at 02:24. 
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