rar file, when decompressed, gives a 65024-byte
exe file. Requiring you to output the contents of that file would be absolutely no fun.
But you aren't required to do that. Actually, you're to do something opposite: Output a binary of the same length (65024 bytes), such that no byte equals the byte at same position in the source
This is code-golf, shortest code wins.
rarfile itself, not the extracted contents, right? \$\endgroup\$
exeis 65024 bytes, but the
raris 64848), but I'm still not sure. Can you please explicitly clarify the question? \$\endgroup\$
exeas possible malware. I think this is just a false positive because the file is so compressed that it looks like encryption, which is potentially suspicious for an
exe, but I still don't suggest running it. \$\endgroup\$