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Old 06-02-2008, 01:30 AM   #1
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LXer: More Fun With Security Through Obfuscation On Linux And Unix

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More ways you can make your scripts more difficult to understand using Perl on Linux and Unix.

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That's cruel - it's like reverse-engineering an assembler dump of proprietary code (ah, the bad old Apple2e days). You know exacly what each operation does to its operands, but you have to make a million notes to figure out what the instructions are actually doing overall.
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Since when does Perl need ANY help in becoming less comprehensible?


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