This Code Encrypts Itself

October 13, 2022 byDavid Nugent

This Python code outputs an encrypted string:

1s = 'evervault.encrypt("s = {!r}\\n{}".format(s, s))'
2evervault.encrypt("s = {!r}\n{}".format(s, s))

Such as:

1ev:RFVC:SK38nUPKEtpTwJis:A5jre5DMqvtTpqZN0iEvTPN9wCuMIrDHWWzCpxfPI9x0:
2dYgleJ9sPOnFVyesOCoZX+3AeSg6jDqgQqrL5sPsYxN7w/jvnDJA5lkg0QWnbgH6swuaMQ
38qicWUj8CT5fTPSjNGbc9/8EVgjGh2tPyCeLk+cmIkKdIpsEAhlZVOrOQRK6PLURNV0uLO
4qivlPo2Lmb1Si3g:$

Which decrypts to:

1s = 'evervault.encrypt("s = {!r}\\n{}".format(s, s))'
2evervault.encrypt("s = {!r}\n{}".format(s, s))

It is the encryption equivalent of a Quine! Built using the Evervault SDK.

If you're interested in encryption, you can sign up for Evervault here.