I'm an open-source contributor trying to share a repository that a company claims they own. They claim that parts of the project include information (let's call them magic numbers) that were reverse-engineered from their product and therefore the project is in violation of DMCA. The company sending the takedown notice is very large with lots of money, therefore, they have a very strong legal team on retainer. The reason the project is not in violation of DMCA is because the reverse-engineered "magic numbers" were only reversed for interoperability purposes, the project cannot work with the target product without these magic numbers.
Usually, I'd just send a counter-notice, however, this company has a very high reputation of just serving a civil lawsuit against anyone who counter-claims them, even if they're wrong. By wrong, I mean if we both had the same legal resources, you would most likely win the case. I'm in no position to challenge a multi-billion dollar company, but I feel as my code is being censored by a big corporation. I was wondering if there was anything I could do to release my code without getting sued.