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1) zip all files with winrar.exe using Zipper with winrar.au3 UDF ( even pass protect )

2) use convert file to binary UDF by Fabry Result:


3) Randomly replace numbers in the strings, for example:

Replace All F with D and so on with 50% of all alphabetical chars

Replace first 4 occurrence of 0 in each string with randomly generated chars ( 0000 to 04FE)

Replace or remove random occurrence of random char in string ( 1000448 to 100048 )

4) use convert binary To File UDF & Remove/change file extension

Random positions of chars will be generated once & will be compiled into the main.exe. main.exe will be hidden inside another file.

will it be possible to break this? Im asking because inside different file types the info is stored in certain patterns, this way media info can determine what kind of a file we are dealing with. so how deep shoould I replace or remove chars so the result can not be read never by anyone.

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3) Randomly replace numbers in the strings, for example:

... my 2 cents ... if you replace RANDOMLY something ... how would you extract the original content??

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