C/C++ source obfuscator for antivirus bypass
The implementation is rather complex and this domain in software development is rarely documented in layman's terms. This is why there are blog posts which detail every design choice and go over the quirks of working with the LLVM API.
docker build . -t avcleaner docker run -v ~/dev/scrt/avcleaner:/home/toto -it avcleaner bash #adapt ~/dev/scrt/avcleaner to the path where you cloned avcleaner sudo pacman -Syu mkdir CMakeBuild && cd CMakeBuild cmake .. make -j 2 ./avcleaner.bin --help
For simple programs, this is as easy as:
avcleaner.bin test/strings_simplest.c --strings=true --
However, you should know that you're using a compiler frontend, which can only work well if you give it the path to ALL the includes required to build your project. As an example,
test/string_simplest.c includes headers from the WinSDK, and the script
run_example.sh shows how to handle such scenarios.
CommandLine Error: Option 'non-global-value-max-name-size' registered more than once! LLVM ERROR: inconsistency in registered CommandLine options
In case you encounter this error, please use
CMakeLists_archlinux.txt instead of
CMakeLists.txt and it should go away.
Thanks @gituser5555 for the bug fixes.