Go64 checks for 32-bit apps, and Jan Kaiser has released keyboard layouts to type directly in obfuscated Unicode – both are free.
Dystextia encodes and decodes obfuscated or spoofed Unicode text. Apfelstrudel analyses Unicode normalisation, ideal when working with text on computers.
This page is for your support questions and comments on my free utilities Dystextia, which demonstrates obfuscation of […]
For your added security: the first to fix problems when your permissions go awry; the second to practise Unicode obfuscation.
Apfelstrudel, which explores Unicode normalisation and string operations; Dystextia for obfuscating Roman text using spoofing; and Rosettavert for converting between text encodings.
All these have now been updated and should pass Gatekeeper checks and run on both Sierra and High Sierra.
Tools for examining Unicode normalisation, converting between text encodings, and for obfuscating text using similar Unicode characters.
This new version has performance improvements, and can now encode almost every character in normal English text to an obscure Unicode codepoint. Total obfuscation!
There are lots of different ways to modify a string, but some would turn out to be very inefficient. A gentle wander through CharacterView and a mapping closure.