> Or are you suggesting that A-G and B-G then be used to again compile Gcc, and *those* binaries be compared? That would tell you that either A and B were not subverted, or were subverted in exactly the same way...
That's the basic idea, sort of. Given certain preconditions, you can even recreate the original executable with a different starting compiler.
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