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    deobfuscate javascript

    I am looking for a program that will allow me to deobfuscate javascript.

    Is this possible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crmpicco
    I am looking for a program that will allow me to deobfuscate javascript.
    looking to steal someone else's code, are we?


    Quote Originally Posted by crmpicco
    Is this possible?
    if it weren't possible, then the JS wouldn't be able to work, now would it. if you anything of JS, then you can deobfuscate it yourself. indeed, it's not hard and you don't need to be clever to do it. in fact, if you can't do it, then maybes you're the opposite of clever.

    if I sound rude or cheeky, it's only because what you're doing is just as cheeky or rude.
    *keep it simple (TM)

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    Interesting bit is auto formating

    which I understand by 'deobfuscate'

    I tried this some time ago using reg expressions but did not complete

    I have been told that JGRASP does this for JAVA and C, C++

    would be a useful tool for legitimate use

    I may try again but prefer a more compact format than the recomended format

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbot
    looking to steal someone else's code, are we?
    No, if the code is on the web, then it's fair game to learn from. And no, it's not always easy to deobfuscate code. Before you decide to verbally attack someone, you need to stop and chill.

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    Verbally attack? I coulda sworn that was written...

    Anyway, there isn't one-way/one-program to de-obfuscate anymore that there is only one way to do the obfuscation.

    You want to read the code? Your choices are: figure it out yourself; or post a link, and hope that someone thinks that you deserve to shown the code or shown how to get it.

    Of course, most of us tend to respect the wishes of the original programmer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Armadillo
    Verbally attack? I coulda sworn that was written.
    I coulda sworn there are verbs in my previous post.


    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Armadillo
    Of course, most of us tend to respect the wishes of the original programmer...
    which was my point in the first place.
    *keep it simple (TM)


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