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I have already decompiled an .exe file and reached to a .py but it is obfuscated using PyArmor.

I have already used ''https://github.com/nlscc/unpyarmor'' to try it, but could not figure it out how to use it correctly. I've searched a lot for some tutorial video but could only find ways to obfuscate it. Not the reverse process.

Thx guys!


INFOS:

/ decompyle3 version 3.3.2

/ Python bytecode 3.8 (3413)

/ Decompiled from: Python 3.8.3

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  • Hello @Kyogin, It would be more helpful if you'd extend the question to include more details if possible (how you tried using unpyarmour, original binary etc..). As currently the question is too broad. – Elian Kamal May 29 at 16:28
  • I was trying to reverse pyarmor of an .exe that i brought to .py but it says: # decompyle3 version 3.3.2 # Python bytecode 3.8 (3413) # Decompiled from: Python 3.8.3 [MSC v.1924 64 bit (AMD64)] # Embedded file name: dist\obf\main.py from pytransform import pyarmor_runtime pyarmor_runtime() pyarmor__(__name, file, b'PYARMOR\x00\x00\...... I tried usin unpyarmor but i think i can't use this tool correctly ( lmao )... i would get a good job on my university solving this (lol) but i have no ideia what i have to do to get the source code... Thxxx – Kyogin May 31 at 0:44

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