Binary recompiler

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Binary recompiler is a software that takes executable binaries as input, analyzes the structure, applies transformations and optimizations, and outputs new optimized executable binaries.[1] First introduced by Gary Kildall in the 1980s.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ umich.edu - Binary Recompilation and Combined Compiler/Architecture Enhancements Studies