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I'm having serious problems deobfuscating a JavaScript file at work. This file is inside a web app that I was left in charge to improve it. The problem is that I can do it without having access to this file and the previous programmer that obfuscated it is not reachable.

I tried many ways of deobfuscation but none worked.

Can someone please help? The code it's in the link bellow:

Link for The code

marked as duplicate by Peter Andersson Jun 8 '14 at 14:37

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    Did you look through this question? While you will probably be able to reverse most of the obfuscation, editing the resulting file will still be a big headache. – DCoder Jun 8 '14 at 10:18
  • The link is dead. I'm suprised people didn't ask you to include the code in the body of the question – Dave Aug 2 '17 at 7:40

There are a few tools that you might try when wanting to analyze JavaScript:

See also a few tutorials on analyzing obfuscated JavaScript:

And, finally, a few questions that have been already answered here:

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