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Takesako-san has set the new way to (?:de)?obfuscate your script -- or any file via ppencode

Feed the to your camel and see what happens.

Actually this is a generalized version of Fun with Reserved Keywords.

Enjoy!

Dan the ppencoder

#!/usr/bin/perl log xor print chr oct ord q split s xor print chr ord qw q uc q xor pr +int chr ord qw q s q xor print chr ord q gt log xor print chr ord q q + eq xor print chr ord uc qq map m xor print chr ord qw q ne q xor pri +nt chr ord qq pop xor print chr ord q stat s xor print chr ord q chr +lc xor print chr ord q ne sin xor print chr ord q or no xor print chr + ord q q q xor print chr oct ord q exp ge xor print chr ord q ge log +xor print chr ord q qr q xor print chr ord qq else xor print chr ord +qq q q xor print chr oct ord qw q ne q xor print chr ord q map m xor +print chr ord q oct do xor print chr ord q mkdir m xor print chr ord +q ne sin xor print chr ord q qr q

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