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obfuscated

Deliberately made unclear or confusing. See obfuscator and e-mail obfuscator.
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Communication through Anonymous Networks: internet records containing IPs, etc stored at service providers, contain information that permit the identification of user when submitting their obfuscated preferences to the node that requested recommendation.
The report also covers the evolution of obfuscated code for cybercrime attacks:
Potency: The potency of an obfuscation technique indicates, how harder is the obfuscated code to read for a human reader compared with the original source.
This saga confirms our many previous warnings that obfuscated code posing a serious threat to Internet users' PCs.
Smart incremental obfuscation: Dotfuscator has long been able to generate patches for obfuscated applications and support distributed development groups.
Zumwalt's article "Obfuscating the National Security Threat" appears said, "The threat posed by Islamism to America remains obfuscated by a political leadership unwilling to call it what it is.
The exploit used obfuscated Javascript, a trend we identified back in our fourth quarter 2006 Web security trends report," said Yuval Ben-Itzhak, Finjan's CTO.
This just shows the extent to which the rules can be obfuscated.
0 can automatically add logic to obfuscated applications to self-diagnose application tampering.
However, sophisticated anti-spam software can detect spam which contains deliberately obfuscated words and phrases and prevent it from reaching user inboxes.
The risks of unsecured applications are not solely borne by software developers; users also benefit when the applications they deploy are obfuscated.
In an effort to determine which words are being most obfuscated, experts at SophosLabs analyzed words based on the frequency level in which they were used in spam email to determine which words have been most obfuscated.