I’ve spent the past few days working on updating my personal website. The URL of my personal website is (my first name).(my last name).com, as my last name is rather unusual, and I was lucky enough to pick up the domain name. My e-mail address is (my first name)@(my last name).com. So really, when it comes down to guessing it, it’s not very hard.
I want to automate a fairly simple task. For this I have written a small PHP script which I run from the command line using PHP-CLI. Now I want to hand over this script to someone but I do not want to:
First of all, I’m not looking for miracle… I know how PHP works and that there’s not really way to hide my code from the clients without using encryption. But that comes with the cost of an extension to be installed on the running server.
I create software using PHP. I’m going to sell this software so I need to protect my source code so that nobody can view it. How can I protect my PHP code so that the software still functions the same? I also need to bind the software to a particular, authorized PC. It should not … Read more
Well I know obfuscation is a bad idea. But I want all of my html code to come in one long single line. All the html tags are generated through PHP, so I think its possible. I knew replacing
nr from regular expression, but have no idea how to do this one. In case I am unclear here is an example
since they need to run on a wide range
of boxes, some of which don’t have
access to install things like Zend
Optimizer and PHP Express Loader
I use Haxe to generate PHP code. (This means you write you code in the Haxe language and get a bunch of php files after compiling.) Today a customer told me that he needs a new feature on a old project made with Haxe. He also told me that he altered some small things on … Read more
What: Can NodeJS apps be distributed as binary? ie. you compile the .js app via V8 into its native binary, and distribute the binary to clients? (if you had total access to the NodeJS server)… or is minifying the code all you can do?
I’m using Nodejs grunt module. I know grunt min option minifies a files. But now I need to obfuscate files like google closure compiler. Does grunt have that feature?
I am developing a piece of software in Python that will be distributed to my employer’s customers. My employer wants to limit the usage of the software with a time-restricted license file.