I am currently trying to de-obfuscate a Java program (i.e. find each class name and namespace, each method name and each method parameter name). To do so, I started by using Enigma (the fork from FabricMC).
But I have access to old sources that are not obfuscated and I was wondering if I could automatically de-obfuscate the part of my Java program that did not change since then.
Basically, I have:
- Version 3 that is non-obfuscated.
- Version 6 that is obfuscated.
- Version 7 that is obfuscated.
- Version 9 that is obfuscated.
and I want to de-obfuscate automatically as much symbols as possible in Version 9.
Are you aware of any tool that can do this? Currently, I am navigating the unobfuscated files of Version 3 by hand and mapping Version 9 on Enigma by hand too, which is quite a long and tedious process.
Note: all the subjects I found during my research were about de-obfuscating without access to any prior, non-obfuscated, sources. I would like to extract the maximum I can from the non-obfuscated sources I obtained.