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Encrypt you .py or .pyw files to unreadable code

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In the following paragraphs, I am going to describe how you can get and use FileEncryption for your own projects.

Getting it

To download FileEncryption, either fork this github repo or simply use Pypi via pip.

$ pip install FileEncryption


from FileEncryption import Encryptor

Initialize the Encryptor Class

encryptor = Encryptor() # Saving the instance in the encryptor variable

Encrypt the Input File

encryptor.encrypt(path="", ouput_path="")


import random
print(random.randint(10, 20))


from base64 import b64decode as jbwptnorqx
from cryptography.fernet import Fernet as wuktjjutaj
eoqszeurnl = b'4lc8q5lMAKWlgswSwTHCircF2VWquMEGQP4B4aJHqbk='
bvpbxsamrw = wuktjjutaj(eoqszeurnl)

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