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At first you must compile your function. Then open it with ollydbg or hex editor. Extract your function in hex, then encrypt it. But xor method or base64 is too simple and simply can detected by IDA Pro, ollydbg and ...


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There are ways to make a Python program hard to reverse engineer. Its' possible but you need to fiddle with the Python source code (which is written in C) and compile a special build for your purpose. The way Python works is fully documented and open-source. For instance, consider the pyc file format. Much of the code which deals with reading/writing pyc's ...


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