Separate names with a comma.
Comments in 'General Discussion' started by must_, May 2, 2014.
Gah you got me.
And please you can decrypt base64 in 3 seconds flat with the right tools, it's basically just asking you to do that
100 likes to you.
Can you use a open source copyright like:
A licence is a license, as long as it's open source.
You can put it in PMF
It's really only secured in base64 I recall, which you can just Google a decryptor for one
I guess code can be secured by changing variable names to random stuff like "aXjhsaXH" in a way that it still works. Also, removing whitespaces and indention can make it very hard to understand, but not impossible.
Ñe, that's why I like to use Licenses, if I see that someone stole or sell my code, I can sue him
EDIT: I use GPL v3 for that :3
If you can use Google to correctly decrypt something it must be REALLY insecure XD
It is just like zipping the plugin in something like GZip
i think the /phar files is normaly secured cuz if the man (who didnt knows programming) who needs the source code cant get it and its funny.
It is super easy. Just search it on the internet or download DevTools. A person with sufficient English knowledge could decode it easily.
Hiding code is basically impossible without PHP extensions because you have to decode it to PHP code at the final place to let the PHP engine parse it. People may not know how to decode it like me not for PMF, but once they have the code that loads these encoded plugins, they can dump it to readable PHP code.
The only way to hide it completely (not really that complete, but hard without advanced knowledge) is making PHP extensions that can load encoded plugins directly into the engine without decoding them into readable code first, i.e. released versions are compiled code already since it is quite hard to decode compiled code (that is loaded by the PHP engine internally) back into normal PHP code language.
If you really want to protect the code, you can use the php bcompiler extension. It can compile your php script to byte code, and then you can make a simple plugin that loads the main plugin (compiled script). The only drawback to this method is that if someone want to use your plugin, they need to have the bcompiler extension too.
But people 11-13 age didnt know about devtools.
I am talking about secure code by hiding from 11-14 years old people because if they opening source code and retranslating it. the example is: the Private area protection plugins, they translating and etc/ then they are saying that tey are translated and saying that they ARE created plugin.
And now there are lots of (private area plugins) from 1 author but named and edited from other peoples. and now in my country mess with the plugins from this forum
You are insulting the 11-year-old me's ability to read English.
What I mean is, everyone who understands English and is able to run a server should be able to learn to use DevTools by reading.
They won't get approved on this forum if they are copied code.