Security through obscurity

The concept of security through obscurity is to prevent anyone from outside the organization from knowing the architecture or design of the system or any of its components. The internal people are aware of the weaknesses of the system, but you want to prevent an outside person from knowing anything about the system. Obfuscation is a technique that makes the storing of source code unreadable.

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