ngPost VS llvm-string-obfuscator

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Command Line (or minimalist GUI) usenet poster for binaries developped in C++/QT designed to be as fast as possible and offer all the main features to post data easily and safely. Releases for Linux, Windows and MacOS are available. (by mbruel)
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ngPost llvm-string-obfuscator
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0.0 3.6
2 months ago over 2 years ago
C++ C++
GNU General Public License v3.0 only -
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  • Custom LLVM Pass
    3 projects | /r/rust | 7 Apr 2022
    For my use case, I need to create a llvm plugin which does some basic obfuscation to deter reversing of my application. I'm well aware obfuscation will not fully protect my application, but would like to implement it because one, the concept is interesting to me, and two, it will serve as a barrier to entry and might discourage some lazy bad actors. As an example, I have been referencing this project , but would like to keep my code base totally in rust. I've searched around and can't find any library exposing bindings to the plugin pass api of llvm. Is there a crate already available to facilitate creating llvm passes in rust, or does anyone have any resources to suggest which could get me on the right path? I've created basic sys bindings for a c++ library (, but am not an expert and was hoping there was already an established way to access the llvm pass api in rust.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing ngPost and llvm-string-obfuscator you can also consider the following projects:

Nyuu - Flexible usenet binary posting tool

nzbCheck - command line tool to check nzb files. First inside the nzb to see if each files has the expected number of Articles, then we check their availability on Usenet using the NNTP Stat command. Implemented in C++11/Qt5, nzbCheck is released for Linux, Windows, MacOS and RPI.

NewsUP - Fully feature high performance binary usenet uploader/poster - The Rust package registry

lazy_importer - library for importing functions from dlls in a hidden, reverse engineer unfriendly way

bkcrack - Crack legacy zip encryption with Biham and Kocher's known plaintext attack.

MystiQ - Qt5/C++ FFmpeg Media Converter

heavydb - HeavyDB (formerly OmniSciDB)

Obfuscate - Guaranteed compile-time string literal obfuscation header-only library for C++14


mbedcrypto - a portable, small, easy to use and fast c++14 library for cryptography.