A string is a sequence of characters used to represent text. It is one of the
will be harder to evaluate by a human. This also generates a random output
each time it is used so your code will look different after each protection.
The following example contains a simple variable assignment:
After transforming, your code will look like this:
Now we have
htmlTags first and last position transformed, but the second
position remains intact because it’s a string with more than one character.
If we combine this transformation with String Splitting with max potency,
div will become three single character strings, acceptable targets of
Char to Ternary Operator.
Consider using Duplicate Literals Removal so that some of the literals
injected by this transformation are replaced with variables declared somewhere
else in the code, this results in a code more resilient to automated reversal.
Also consider using Identifiers Renaming to transform the remaining
htmlTags from the original source code.
|freq||No||0.2||Probability of applying the transformation when the node allows for the transformation to happen.|
|min||No||N/A||Minimum number of times the transformation is applied on the node.|
|max||No||-1||Maximum number of times the transformation is applied on the node.|
|tern||No||[1,1]||Minimum number of ternary operators. Accepts values between 1 and 3.|