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Python Obfuscation and the BitBoost Python Code Obfuscator
How I Made Sure a Freelancing Client Would Pay Me For My Work, By Using Python Obfuscation
When a client's payment went awry, code obfuscation helped defuse the problem and ensure fair payment.
Shrink Your Python Code With the BitBoost ‘bobs’ Python Obfuscator.
How BitBoost can help you shrink your code to save bandwidth, storage, and runtime resources.
Obfuscating Python Code To Run On Telit Hardware Modules / Devices Using Telit Native APIs
Telit sells off-the-shelf hardware modules with built-in GSM/GPRS capability, into which you can upload Python scripts that run natively, converting the Telit hardware into custom or specialized devices suitable for your own applications and even VAR products. But when you create your own VAR products with Python, you might want to protect your intellectual property that provides the added value justifying your markup and profits.
How To Use Python Obfuscator Options To Give Your Code More Confusing, Annoying Names Inside: An Example The BitBoost 'bobs' obfuscator renames most of the variables, functions, classes, etc. defined by your code. Let's play with that...
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How To Correctly Find The Total Size (Or Length) Of Your Source Code In A Directory Tree, Without Making The Mistakes That Most Internet Q&A Sites Will Tell You (A Workaround For Easy Calculation) "How big is your Python project, anyway?" Sometimes this comes up in obfuscator tech support and sales engineer work. For calculating this, the Internet is full of wrong answers from the 'instant wrong answers brigade.' Here is a correct answer with explanations.
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