Spoofing file extensions with the Unicode Character ‘RIGHT-TO-LEFT OVERRIDE’ (U+202E)

One of the more interesting things Windows does is support for Right-To-Left characters. This can be a useful tool to hide the real file extension of a document. By simply inserting the unicode character U+202E you can partially reverse the file name of a document and hide it’s real extension. This website allows you to … Read moreSpoofing file extensions with the Unicode Character ‘RIGHT-TO-LEFT OVERRIDE’ (U+202E)