Reverse Engineering Keyboard Driver: Part 2 (Decompiling .NET applications)

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    We can see several files, but one which caught my eye was Newtonsoft.Json.dll. I instantly recognized it as a C# library (https://www.newtonsoft.com/json), as I have worked with it in the past. This is important, as this means that the application was likely to be written in .Net in C#.

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