Javascript Obfuscator

A JavaScript obfuscator is a tool that converts JavaScript code into a scrambled, unreadable form to protect it from unauthorized copying or reverse engineering. JavaScript obfuscation is commonly used by developers to protect the intellectual property contained in their JavaScript code, as well as to make it more difficult for hackers to understand and exploit any vulnerabilities in the code. JavaScript obfuscators work by replacing the original variable and function names in the code with randomized strings of characters, as well as by replacing other parts of the code with equivalent but more complex expressions. This makes the code more difficult for humans to understand, while still preserving its functionality. JavaScript obfuscators are commonly used to protect the source code of JavaScript-based applications and games, as well as to secure the JavaScript code used in websites.


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