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    Drupaler bronze trophy greg.harvey's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweatje
    Edit: The place to focus your attention is on infrastructure (firewall, up to date SSL server, recent PHP language etc.) and on your server side writing secure scripts (preventing false/invalid data, preventing SQL injection attacks, etc.).
    No. Not sensibly. This is your answer. Forget about the client-side stuff. You're wasting your time. If your server's well maintained you'll be fine. Trust us!

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    Thanks for your great explaination.. Very clear and detail.. Thanks very much..
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    Umm... Personally I've seen this many applications much like this one claiming to give you everything bar the kitchen sink and you know what ? They all suck...

    All the previous suggestions above would help protect your web site; there is no need to hide, mask, enctrypt the HTML which browsers need.

    If you can't accepts this then do not upload your webpages basically.

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    Take a look at http://www.phpcodelock.com

    It encrypts PHP, HTML, and even PHP output.

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    That site is bullsh*t. If you "encrypt" PHP code then how the hell is the server supposed to parse it? Encoders like IonCube or MMCache work becasue they require optimisation extensions to be installed on the server, but I see no such mention of that on that site.

    Plus, it's not possible to properly encrypt HTML and anyone who claims otherwise is either lying or ignorant.

    Mind you, if my own HTML was as disgustingly bad as that sites I would probably want to encrypt it.....

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    I believe it just obfuscates (sp?) the code.
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    That "encrypter" has a decrpyter file, which decrypts it into regular PHP, and then eval()'s it or similar.

    Firstly, someone would need to have access to your PHP code, meaning you gave it to them.

    Secondly, they could run it anyways, and if they wanted to actually view the code, they could modify the decrypter to just output it, instead of run it.

    Thirdly, anything client side is for the client, once he has it, there's nothing you can do to stop him from doing whatever he wants with it.
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    Someone please close this thread.


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