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Hi, it would be nice to add the optional ability to delete unreachable opcodes. For
example, many obfuscators add code like that to corrupt the control flow:
//// HERE BEGIN JUNK OPCODES ////
So, if remove opcodes between jump and label(L15:) it would be clean control flow.
most of the obfuscators do also the trick with
and then use these local variables to change flow with
and then they can insert junk opcode almost everywhere...
unreachable opcodes can be deleted, but this is not very useful because all of the other
tricks obfuscators do...
Well, yeah, about tricks with local bool vars I know too. But they can be easily replaced
by jump and then just remove it. Usual are local Boolean variables don’t change the
value, they just announced at the beginning of methods.