It’s like finding traces of the thing you’re searching for scattered all over without any definite answer to the problem of how Ed Scheidt did it to K4.

“In cryptography, obfuscation refers to encoding the input data before it is sent to a hash function or other encryption scheme. This technique helps to make brute force attacks unfeasible, as it is difficult to determine the correct clear-text. In network security, obfuscation refers to methods used to obscure an attack payload from inspection by network protection systems.”

We’re circling around the issue without actually making our way into it.  It’s very frustrating.

Masking, obfuscation, cloaking…

It’s like having something on the tip of your tongue and then you forget it.

It’s just a language game of some kind, it’s breakable.  We have to believe that or we may as well give up now.