obfuscation


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obfuscation

[‚äb·fə′skā·shən]
(psychology)
Mental confusion.
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It supports direct XAP file obfuscation, XAML/BAML obfuscation, improved control flow obfuscation, support for PDB files, a Visual Studio Project Integration Wizard, Support for Windows Phone 7 obfuscation, automatic authenticode signing, Test Mode obfuscation, improved COM Interop support and more.
Other obfuscation strategies involve genuine but misleading signals, such as the identical bowler hats of thieving confederates in The Thomas Crown Affair.
To analyze packed binaries or malware, a good understanding of the obfuscation techniques is a necessity.
This enabled it to be protected with strong integrity and obfuscation technologies.
6) Brunton and Nissenbaum argue that obfuscation is necessary to counteract information power imbalances that occur "when data about us are collected in circumstances we may not understand, for purposes we may not understand, and are used in ways we may not understand.
This can be all part of their media obfuscation strategy,' De Lima said.
The software-based solution provides robust obfuscation, software self-defense and tamper resistance capabilities.
Integrity Protection - Code Obfuscation - Root Detection - Anti-Debug Protection
StarForce Obfuscator C++ uses a large number of obfuscation methods to provide high level of tamper resistance.
The essence of this software obfuscation technique is the deployment of a new "multilinear jigsaw puzzle" to encrypt the software.
The researchers said their mathematical obfuscation mechanism can be used to protect intellectual property by preventing the theft of new algorithms and by hiding the vulnerability a software patch is designed to repair when the patch is distributed.
The scale of our misunderstanding, and obfuscation, about how the needs of emerging economies differ from those of developed ones is truly shocking he believes.