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Version: 2022.2

6.4. Homomorphic Encryption

Homomorphic encryption is a form of encryption that allows to perform calculations on encrypted data without decrypting it first. The result of such computation is produced in encrypted form. When decrypted, the output is the same as if the calculations had been performed on the unencrypted data. [WikiHE]

Working in conjunction with virtualization, homomorphic encryption allows Eazfuscator.NET to achieve the state of indistinguishable obfuscation for the specific parts of obfuscated programs.

Homomorphic encryption is automatically applied to all virtualized methods.

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