Through some research I have found that obfuscation won't block hackers from retrieving your .json file, but I'd like to have at least a level of obfuscation that deters some people. I ran into a npm package called bson that creates binaries for a json format. Can you call this obfuscation to a degree? I am also at a dilemma because my .json files serve a WebGL gaming engine via iframe.
Unity developers obfuscates most of their code via third-party obfuscation tools in the Unity Asset store. It is than rendered into WebGL. I was wondering if some similar tools that helps me achieve obfuscation of .json this through webGL frameworks like babylon.js and three.js
My main goal is just to obfuscate when a user inspects the incoming .json file in the network tab.