Experimental Java bytecode obfuscator
Radon is a Java bytecode obfuscator that I conceptualized in my freshman year of high school. I use Radon to experiment with obfuscation and to learn various parts of Java bytecode.
This project is not likely to be production-safe nor bug free. If you would like some pointers to production-safe (more or less) and less buggy Java bytecode obfuscators, I would suggest one of these: * Paramorphism - Discord * Proguard * Zelix KlassMaster
Additionally, here are some other obfuscators for Java that you could check out for fun: * Allatori * DashO * JBCO * JObf * NeonObf * Obzcure - Discord (Dev is away for a few months) * Sandmark * Stringer * yGuard
Run the following (and hope nothing breaks):
./gradlew buildOr if you're on Windows:
Should that somehow not work, use the following instead:
./gradlew clean shadowJar
P.S. For those wondering why there aren't any prebuilt releases, if you can't figure out how to use Gradle, should you really be using an obfuscator? ;) [end of snarkiness]
GNU General Public License v3.0 (The cancer license)
The rewrite of Radon is now somewhat active again and is slowly but surely approaching being merged into the master branch. Check the "radon-3" branch for progress!
P.S. If I actually somehow manage to get to the GUI, it will be in JavaFX because it's a bit less cancerous than Java Swing. :P