Obfuscating code is a way to hide sensitive information in an application so that it cannot be easily read by others. This is useful for protecting intellectual property, preventing theft of ideas, and keeping secrets safe.
How does the obfuscation work?
Your source code is changed by a series of transformations, such as renaming variables, functions, and arguments, removing strings, and others, but it still functions as it did before.
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