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Tried java-deobfuscator and other things, detect said it was allatori protected so tried the relevant transformers but to no avail.

Please can someone help, I'm happy to tip for your help :)

https://www.mediafire.com/file/s5rdv8gin4hcehi/osmb.jar/file

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The classes 0, 1, 2 and 3 show patterns matching that of binscure, not Allatori. There are multiple open issues for java-deobfuscator on adding support for binscure, but there is no active development on the deobfuscator repo.

Additionally if you look around you'll find some code that looks like:

method public static a (Lcom/bC; a)Lcom/bC;
    getstatic 1.20 I
    ifge A
    invokedynamic while ()V handle H_INVOKESTATIC java/yeet.\u0020̸̸̷͔̻̠̖̼̖̅̍ͭ̈̋ͩ̈́͊̏ͬͬ̆̀̋̍͐͛ͣ͘|̔̽̔ͥ̆̑̀ͨ̈̒̿҉̪͙̭̠̻̹̗͍͇̞̟͙̫̝̟̀\u0020̸̥͔̭͈̈̈̾ͮ̃̾̾͛̀̍͐ͦ̾ͨ̍̉̓̈̚͝͝s̷ͨ̂̇ͨ̓́̋͗̈̒̑ͩ̆͊͏̩̯̩̙̝̯̣̪͉̳̘e̡͋̋̄̄ͧ̃ͪͨ͠͡҉̪̱̥̤͇̹͔͎̫͔̯͜ (I)V args  end
    invokedynamic fuck ()B handle H_INVOKESTATIC a.a (IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII)Ljava/lang/Throwable; args  end
    pop
A:
    aload a
    areturn
B:
end

The yeet/fuck names are hardcoded names used by some of binscure's transformers.

So yeah, this isn't Allatori. What are your options (at the time of writing this)?

  1. Write your own transformers (either for java-deobfuscator or make your own project)
  2. Use narumii's deobfuscator

Be VERY careful when using narumii's deobfuscator. Only use it in a virtual machine, since it actually will attempt to load the classes to "sandbox" some of the decryption logic.

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