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too much punctuation

by iamcal (Friar)
on Jun 13, 2002 at 08:15 UTC ( [id://174112]=obfuscated: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; $_=q[";7w2q";m/656/bq6/i;$g= q(3616w8206qc7);$/="265502"; 0;{$w=~y/726568q7/=46/;}for( 6..ew(6));q1;=|20.747.3754|; @wa];s[\[^0-9a-f\]]{}g;@ARGV =reverse(/../g);$a=\@ARGV;0; grep{push(@_,sprintf('%.2x', hex))}@$a;$"=q s\xs ;$$=qq"$ \"@_";$$=~s/\s//g;print eval qq("$$");
deconstructions are welcomed...

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Re: too much punctuation
by maverick (Curate) on Jun 13, 2002 at 15:57 UTC
    Deconstruction follows:

    q delimited by brackets, all non-alpha numerics will be removed

    by this. /me strongly suspects hex encoded data at this point
    s[\[^0-9a-f\]]{}g;         # $_ =~ s/[^0-9a-f]//g;

    reverse the string keeping the pairs in order (72654a -> 4a6572)
    @ARGV = reverse(/../g);

    make a ref to @ARGV


    grep used like a map. converting the hex encoded data back to characters. Look at the last two non-alpha characters in the first line. 4a which is 'J'

    grep { # @_ = map { push(@_,sprintf('%.2x',hex)) # sprintf('%. +2x',hex) } @$a; # } @$a;

    set the default join character for arrays to '\x'
    $"=q s\xs;                                  # $" = '\x';

    joins @_ on \x, adding a \x in front. So $_ now contains \x4a\x75\x73 etc.
    $$=qq"$\"@_";                               # $$ = '\x'.join('\x',@_);

    remove any spaces in the string (induced by obfu formatting)

    eval the hex string and print
    print eval qq("$$");

    OmG! They killed tilly! You *bleep*!!

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