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emojify

Obfuscate your python script by converting it to emoji icons

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emojify :) 😊

Description

Obfuscate your python script (or indeed any plain text file) by converting an input script to an output script that functions the same (hopefully) but encodes the code as emoji icons, currently emoticons or emojis.

Installation

pip install emojify

If installation fails with pip for some reason, you can just clone the repository, since there are no dependancies apart from python 3:

git clone https://github.com/chris-rands/emojify;
cd emojify

Usage

emojify --input input_script.py --output output_script.py

For help: emojify --help

For unit testing: test_emojify

Example

input_script.py contains:

print('hello world')
def add(n1,n2):
    return n1 + n2
print('4 + 4 = {}'.format(add(4,4)))

running emojify --input input_script.py --output output_script.py

output_script.py contains:

exec("".join(map(chr,[int("".join(str({':(': 4,
 ':)': 0,
 ':/': 7,
 ':D': 1,
 ':P': 2,
 ':S': 3,
 ':{': 8,
 ';)': 9,
 '=)': 5,
 '=/': 6}[i]) for i in x.split())) for x in
":D :D :P  :D :D :(  :D :) =)  :D :D :)  :D :D =/  :( :)  :S ;)  :D :) \
:(  :D :) :D  :D :) :{  :D :) :{  :D :D :D  :S :P  :D :D ;)  :D :D :D \
 :D :D :(  :D :) :{  :D :) :)  :S ;)  :( :D  :D :)  :D :) :)  :D :) :D\
  :D :) :P  :S :P  ;) :/  :D :) :)  :D :) :)  :( :)  :D :D :)  :( ;)  \
:( :(  :D :D :)  =) :)  :( :D  =) :{  :D :)  :S :P  :S :P  :S :P  :S :\
P  :D :D :(  :D :) :D  :D :D =/  :D :D :/  :D :D :(  :D :D :)  :S :P  \
:D :D :)  :( ;)  :S :P  :( :S  :S :P  :D :D :)  =) :)  :D :)  :D :D :P\
  :D :D :(  :D :) =)  :D :D :)  :D :D =/  :( :)  :S ;)  =) :P  :S :P  \
:( :S  :S :P  =) :P  :S :P  =/ :D  :S :P  :D :P :S  :D :P =)  :S ;)  :\
( =/  :D :) :P  :D :D :D  :D :D :(  :D :) ;)  ;) :/  :D :D =/  :( :)  \
;) :/  :D :) :)  :D :) :)  :( :)  =) :P  :( :(  =) :P  :( :D  :( :D  :\
( :D  :D :)"
.split("  ")])))

running python output_script.py outputs:

hello world
4 + 4 = 8

similarly, running emojify --input input_script.py --output output_script.py --emoji

output_script.py contains:

exec("".join(map(chr,[int("".join(str({'😀': 0, '😁': 3, '😂': 6, '😃': 1, '😄': 2, '😅': 4, '😉': 7, '😊': 8, '😛': 9, '🤣': 5}[i]) for i in x.split())) for x in
"😃 😃 😄  😃 😃 😅  😃 😀 🤣  😃 😃 😀  😃 😃 😂  😅 😀  😁 😛  😃 😀 😅  😃 😀 😃  😃 😀 😊  😃 😀 \
😊  😃 😃 😃  😁 😄  😃 😃 😛  😃 😃 😃  😃 😃 😅  😃 😀 😊  😃 😀 😀  😁 😛  😅 😃  😃 😀  😃 😀 😀\
  😃 😀 😃  😃 😀 😄  😁 😄  😛 😉  😃 😀 😀  😃 😀 😀  😅 😀  😃 😃 😀  😅 😛  😅 😅  😃 😃 😀  🤣\
 😀  😅 😃  🤣 😊  😃 😀  😁 😄  😁 😄  😁 😄  😁 😄  😃 😃 😅  😃 😀 😃  😃 😃 😂  😃 😃 😉  😃 😃\
 😅  😃 😃 😀  😁 😄  😃 😃 😀  😅 😛  😁 😄  😅 😁  😁 😄  😃 😃 😀  🤣 😀  😃 😀  😃 😃 😄  😃 😃\
 😅  😃 😀 🤣  😃 😃 😀  😃 😃 😂  😅 😀  😁 😛  🤣 😄  😁 😄  😅 😁  😁 😄  🤣 😄  😁 😄  😂 😃  \
😁 😄  😃 😄 😁  😃 😄 🤣  😁 😛  😅 😂  😃 😀 😄  😃 😃 😃  😃 😃 😅  😃 😀 😛  😛 😉  😃 😃 😂  😅\
 😀  😛 😉  😃 😀 😀  😃 😀 😀  😅 😀  🤣 😄  😅 😅  🤣 😄  😅 😃  😅 😃  😅 😃  😃 😀"
.split("  ")])))

and running output_script.py ouputs the same as above.

Disclaimer

Only tested on Python 3.6+ and on CPython. Not tested on complex scripts, so don't rely on this script to work, not guaranteed to work at all, and it is probably easy to break. One case it will fail is with non-unicode characters. Also note, if you want to securely protect your code from the eyes of others, this is NOT a good way.

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