This is the entry thread for the BASH Obsfucation Contest.
Warning: Do not run any code placed into this thread on a production machine. Any entries containing malicious code will be deleted and a permanent IP range ban will be enforced.
What's Obsfucated BASH?
Mirriam-Webster defines Obfsucate as:
\ˈäb-fə-ˌskāt; äb-ˈfəs-ˌkāt, əb-\
1 a : darken
b : to make obscure <obfuscate the issue>
2 confuse <obfuscate the reader>
- Post Obsfucated BASH code within code tags. Example:
[code] #! /system/bin/bash # or #! /bin/bash is acceptable too. your code goes here [/code]
- Post the video above (not ready yet) or your entry to your favorite social media service.
- edit and link to your public social media share in your entry
BASH and Busy box only are allowed. This must run on a phone.
To develop on a desktop you will need Linux. You can download Ubuntu
To develop on a phone you can download BASH and Busybox. Put them into your /system/xbin folder then make them executable with chmod 755 /system/xbin/*
Contest will end on Sunday 16 September 2012
Full Disclousure: I accepted this device from XDA community members who donated to hacking the locked bootloader. Mission was accomplished. I also made a video about this device. I don't have Verizon and my job is done, so it's going back to the community. This is the First Verizon GS3 to bear an unlocked bootloader and was featured on Engadget. This device has light scratches and no problems.