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X86_Disassembly

X86_Disassembly

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An Opaque Predicate is a line (or lines) of code in a program that don't do anything, but that look like they do

something. This is opposed to a transparent predicate that doesn't do anything and looks useless. A program

filled with opaque predicates will take more time to decipher, because the disassembler will take more time

reading through useless, distraction code.

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