Obfuscation is a distinctive mechanism equivalent to hiding, often applied by security developers, to harden or protect the source code (which is deemed as intellectual property of the vendor) from reversing. The goal of such an approach is to transform the source code into new encrypted byzantine source code symbols which have the same computational effect as the original program. By applying effective obfuscation over the source code, it is difficult for a vicious-intentioned person to analyze or subvert the unique functionality of software as per his requirements. Vendors typically seem to be safe by ensuring obfuscation over their intellectual property, but unfortunately, software code is not safe from being modified even after applying obfuscation; it still can be cracked. However, this phenomenon can be illustrated by applying sort of rare tactics to bypass the obfuscation mechanism in order to reverse engineer or alter the inherent functionality of software.