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That was mostly the point of the article: that it wasn't so hard to hack in the end and all the information needed to break it was visible in plain sight.

Like you said, if you really wanted to write a hard to hack binary, just use a strong hash without the plaintext on a hellish password. Heck, just leave the hash in the strings output :)




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