Questions tagged [obfuscation]

Obfuscation is the process by which the code is altered so that a developer finds it much harder to understand clearly what the intended program does or how it operates. The larger the program the greater the obfuscation, as code becomes intertwined linking different segments through out the program.

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Cryptographic Code Anonymization

I've been reading a lot about techniques related to stylometry whereby programmers can be de-anonymized by analyzing their source code. Resisting deanonymization seems like a multifaceted problem. ...
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Decrypting an AES string

I'm dealing with a website that loads a javascript file which eventually sets an AES hash/value (whatever it's called) as a cookie. The file is heavily obfuscated making it hard to understand certain ...
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Personal ledgible quick cipher

The problem: When I'm writing or reading information (be it on a screen or a physical medium) the information is vulnerable. So long as I'm not alone, anyone can simply glance at my screen or journal ...
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Quantum-secure obfuscation

My question is a follow-up to a recent question regarding quantum-secure time-lock puzzles (TLPs). TLPs can be built (in principle) from indistinguishability obfuscation (iO) [BGJ+,BGL+] as noted in ...