I created my own anti-adblock system, that does something similar to services like BlockAdblock except mine goes about Adblocker detection in a different manner (and so far cannot be bypassed like ones such as BlockAdblock).
If you go to my Anti-Adblocker's page and generate some example anti-adblock code you'll notice it's all obfuscated (BlockAdblock also does this) which I've done to make it harder for filters and bypassing methods to be developed for it. The code cannot be unobfuscated or tampered with/edited (doing so will cause it to not work).
Each generation of this obfuscated anti-adblock code is unique, but they all perform the same action.
I can see that some potential users of my tool may not trust it, as they can't determine exactly how it works - Am I able to prove to my users that the generated code is not malicious without revealing the actual unobfuscated source? (because if I were to reveal the unobfuscated source code it would defeat the whole purpose of obfuscating in the first place)