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#!/usr/bin/perl # # v0.1_alpha by X-3mE # generate perl Obfu with a code # file and a mask # # released under GNU GPL terms # my $file=shift @ARGV; # code file name my $mask=shift @ARGV; # mask/image file my $dot=shift @ARGV; # dot (the symbol # used in the image # file) my $codestr; # string containing # the entire perl code # check the args existance unless($file or $mask) { die "Usage: $0 file obfu_mask [dot]\n" } # checking dot arg existance: # if not, the std dot is '#' unless($dot) { $dot='#' } # open the source code file open(FILE,"<$file") or die "Error: file $file\n"; # kill \n's, \t's, spaces and so on # if you want a space in your code, use ^'s while($f=<FILE>) { $f=~s/\s//g; $codestr.=$f } close(FILE); # put the "clean" code in a temp file open(FILE,">$file.tmp") or die "Error: temp file $file\n"; print FILE $codestr; close(FILE); open(FILE,"<$file.tmp") or die "Error: temp file $file\n"; open(MASK,"<$mask") or die "Error: file $mask\n"; my $c; print '$_=q%'."\n"; # apply code to the mask while(<MASK>) { while(/$dot/) { $c=getc(FILE); s/$dot/$c/e } print } # print exceeding code chars unless(eof(FILE)) { while(!eof(FILE)) { $c=getc(FILE); print $c } } # print final instructions print "\n"; # old one was: #print '%;'."\n\n".'s/\s//g;'."\n".'s/\^/ /g;'."\n"; print '%;'."\n\n".'s/\s+//g;'."\n".'s/\^/ /g;'."\n"; # add other substitution code here print "\neval\n"; close(MASK); unlink("$file.tmp") # remove temp file # in old code it was so: # system("rm -rf $file.tmp") # end #

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