This is a repository intended to succeed samczun's repository by attempting to find bugs in various Java reverse-engineering tools and posting obfuscation techniques. Some differences between samczun's repository and this one for decompiler vulnerabilities are:
- A different scoring system.
- Vulnerabilities for multiple tools, not just the 5 decompilers samczun specifically targeted.
Scoring for decompiler bugs/vulnerabilities is per-decompiler/tool and is split up into the following several categories:
- Consistency - On a scale of 1 to 10, how frequently does this bug/vulnerability occur in various samples? 10 being always, 1 being now and then.
- Practicality - On a scale of 1 to 10, how practical is this kind of bug/vulnerability to use/implement? 10 being easy to implement and use, 1 being extremely difficult to implement or use correctly.
- Decompiler Inaccuracy - On a scale of 1 to 10, how inaccurately does a decompiler display the intent of the method? 10 being a completely wrong result, 1 being an unaffected result. (Crashing the decompiler counts as 5) This scoring is omitted for non-decompiler tools.
- Total score - Total score is calculated by
(Consistency score + Practicality score + Decompiler Inaccuracy score) / (Maximum score)rounded off to two decimals.
# Entry name (Should be in the format Entry-XXX.md) Put description of bug / vulnerability / obfuscation technique here. ## Decompiler / Tool name (Do this for each tool this targets) Put description of how bug / vulnerability / obfuscation technique affects decompiler / tool. #### Scoring Consistency: Put consistency score here Practicality: Put practicality score here Decompiler Inaccuracy: Put decompiler inaccuracy here Total score: Put total score here #### Patch Date Put patch date here in `YYYY-MM-DD` format. If non exists, put N/A.