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The Client’s product was relying a lot on programmatically organized bridging on network adapters under Windows OS. But starting with Windows 8, this functionality was not supported any more.

As the specialists of the Client’s development team stated that there were no interfaces for creation of network bridges in Windows 8, the product team was almost desperate – this would mean complete architecture rework of the product.

But Apriorit Research Department used reverse engineering to get answer in terms of internal Windows APIs.

For more details:

Reverse Engineering Case: Create Network Bridges for Windows 8 Programmatically
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