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What is Monkey Patching?

Monkey Patching is a technique used in programming to modify or extend the behavior of existing code at runtime. It consists of creating a proxy function with the same name as an existing function. The Anti-Monkey Patching protection prevents code poisoning in real-time against own code poisoning. This protection can be applied to all global functions of the code or to specific parts by using code annotations or lists.

"Attackers can use this function with malicious intent, including the attempt to tamper with protected code"