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I by accident messed up a macro, I compiled it with some deobfurcater stuff (cant spell it) and well it deleted the source file I used a bypass to get my source back but it's all a mess as it's renamed everything to locals and vars and numbers are appearing like: 0x0118

I really need the source back :S It didn't tell me the source was going to be removed ;)

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If you are asking to decompile a compiled script then you need to read the rules. If you are asking to deobfuscate a script then wouldn't it be pretty stupid to just hand out a deobfuscator when the point of an obfuscator is to render source unreadable? Finally, why don't you just use either Windows built-in functionality to restore a previous file version (if available) or a free tool to restore a file on your hard drive - assuming those sectors on the hard drive aren't overwritten by now?

Anyway, locking this thread. I've gave you all the advice you can get on this subject that falls within the rules.

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