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obfuscate

To make unclear or to confuse. See obfuscator and email obfuscator.
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"In view of the charged situation and the explicit refusal of the Sikh Yatrees to meet Indian officials, the Indian high commissioner cancelled his visit on April 14, 2018," the spokesperson said and added that "Indian attempts to distort the truth and obfuscate facts are unethical and regrettable.""We remain committed to continuing such cooperation, which is in line with our religious ethos, traditions of hospitality, and provisions of the 1974 Protocol on Visits to Religious Shrines," the spokesperson maintained.
Mahmoud Mounir, regional director at Secureworks, said that ransomware provides a 1:1 relationship with the victim, requiring no overhead for production of web-injects, managing money-mules, or cashout - with cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin allowing cybercriminals to obfuscate 'clean' funds with dirty money through services like tumbling, mixing and coin laundering.
Furthermore, through using host mutation obfuscation, ports obfuscation, and obfuscation based on decoy servers, CHAOS can flexibly forward and modify the packets in a network to obfuscate the attack surface.
Dionne's book Why the Right Went Wrong (NCR, April 22-May 5), Dionne lost any credibility--in my view --some time ago when he commented in US Catholic that he liked the ability of his pastor to obfuscate difficult issues to satisfy liberals in the pews.
His class have lots of fun as a result of his increasingly desperate attempts to obfuscate his glasses.
TWO DAYS after the Madhya Pradesh chief minister claimed that Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh took the help of forged documents to taint his and the image of his family members in the MP Professional examination Board ( MPPEB) exam scam, the former CM shot off a letter to the state STF alleging that the investigating agencies are intentionally trying to obfuscate the truth.
Let's please not quibble over semantics in a thinly veiled attempt to obfuscate the true function of this "tool.'' Let's call it an ankus, a word which originated in India to describe an elephant goad, according to the Oxford English dictionary.
Head of the Syrian community in Bulgaria Mohammad Ibrahim denounced the fierce campaign against Syria due to the foreign-fuelled terrorism ravaging it, lambasting the "dirty role" of Arab and foreign media outlets that sought to obfuscate the truth about the situation on the ground.
The written content of these interviews is, ipso facto, no more penetrating than that of its orthodox journalistic kin; what is gained through this medium is a defense against the capacity of language to obfuscate and normalize what is awful.
The union said they were concerned that the company's arrangements "obfuscate the true position" of their business.
He explores foundational myths about American progressive history that obfuscate the role of black radicals in the communist movement, as well as their struggle with racism internal to it.