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Every day the number and range of methodologies and malicious programs hackers use to gain unauthorized access to applications, devices, and personal information increases. Often software code itself provides the entry point for attack.
In 2020, a full 35% of breaches could be traced to scanning for and exploiting code vulnerabilities, making it the single most common initial infection vector, even ahead of phishing. Fortunately, the security professionals who are tasked with protecting the online world have their own arsenal of tools to fight back. One of the most important weapons available to developers and security teams in the war against application piracy, device infiltration, code injection, and other malicious acts, is source code obfuscation. But what is source code obfuscation and what does it mean in a software development context? Here we’ll take a closer look.
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