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My name is Adnane Arrassen I have more than a half decade of experience in python programming and freelancing and I will be your teacher!

In this course, you will learn advanced techniques for obfuscating Python code to make it more difficult to reverse engineer or understand. Obfuscation is a useful tool for protecting the intellectual property of your code, especially in situations where you want to distribute your code without revealing its inner workings.

This course is designed for experienced Python developers who are familiar with the basics of Python programming and are looking to take their skills to the next level. We will cover a range of advanced topics, including code obfuscation techniques, code minification, and the use of encoders.

Throughout the course, you will have the opportunity to work on practical projects and exercises to help you apply what you have learned. By the end of the course, you will have a solid understanding of how to effectively obfuscate Python code and protect your intellectual property.

To get the most out of this course, it is important that students have a strong foundation in Python programming. Specifically, students should be familiar with the following concepts:

Basic Python syntax and data types: Students should be able to write basic Python programs and use common data types such as strings, lists, and dictionaries.

Object-oriented programming: Students should have a basic understanding of object-oriented programming concepts, including classes, inheritance, and polymorphism.

File manipulation: Students should be able to read and write to files using Python, as well as handle exceptions and errors.

Debugging: Students should be able to use tools such as print statements and the Python debugger to identify and fix errors in their code.

In addition to these technical skills, students should also have good problem-solving skills and be comfortable with self-directed learning.

Who this course is for:

    Freelancers python developers for protecting their source code from theift and other misuse by their client
    Anyone want to licence their code
    Pentesters

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