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To show you it is easy to de-obfuscate your code, and therefore kind of useless to obfuscate it in the first place, I will present you how I did to de-obfuscate it in a quick and dirty fashion: I took your code, and replaced the first "eval" by "console.log". This gave me another (smaller) code starting with "eval". So I repeated this process 9 times, as ...


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I think your 'testing' is redundant. Obfuscation is not encryption and it is completely possible to de-obfuscate even if it takes manual investigation and a lot of patience. There are many tools out there to assist and there is no logical reason why this example can't be reduced to a simpler chunk of code relatively quickly. Anyone's effort to decode this ...


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geek_ji, You don't have many options to solve this really. 1. If you remove offline playback, then you can just use HLS with encryption, with the stream hosted in the server. 2. Allowing offline playback, as you said, will need to somehow encrypt/decrypt the video. You could always leave the public key (encryption key) stored locally for encryption, but ...



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