I like it! Though you'll have to wait for the vote fairy to make her rounds before I can ++ you. Anything that doesn't better reveal itself when run with -MO=Deparse is good in my book :)

After an initial pass with adding a little formatting, perl -MO=Deparse script.pl yields:

$CX = '@l658072wq'; print map({reset; ?[];\n vec ( join( keys %_ ), 5, 8 );\n } readpipe *CX;\n 2;\n ] +? ? chr $_ : (/l/ ? chr ord($_ | $/) : chr length $^T);} unpack('a2' +x 5, $CX));

... which doesn't clear things up for me. Given that, I've taken another stab at re-formatting it, and got:

$CX = '@l658072wq'; print map( { reset; ?[]; vec ( join( keys %_ ), 5, 8 ); } readpipe *CX; 2; ]? ? chr $_ : ( /l/ ? chr ord( $_ | $/ ) : "\n" ); } unpack( 'a2' x 5, $CX ) );

... after a quick trip to the perlop page, I recognize ?PATTERN? ?, and I've decide that I'll need more time than what is afforded via a coffee break to continue to figure this out :)

++ forthcoming :)

$/ = q#(\w)# ; sub sig { print scalar reverse join ' ', @_ } + sig map { s$\$/\$/$\$2\$1$g && $_ } split( ' ', ",erckha rlPe erthnoa stJu +" );

In reply to Re: first (intentional) obfu by chargrill
in thread first (intentional) obfu by SamCG

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