White-box Cryptography

White-box cryptograpny is the practice of combining methods of encryption and obfuscation to embed secret keys within application code so that both code and the encryption keys look indistinguishable to an attacker. This prevents those keys from being found or extracted from the app. Each implementation of white-box cryptography works is unique to its creator.

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