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any recommendations on javascript obfuscator?

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Hello,

I have a need to make my javascript really difficult to study.
A lot of people think that this is useless waste of resources, but they are wrong IMHO.
I need your recommendation of javascript obfuscator. Googling gives about 5 products. Which of commercial ones do you recommend?
The javascript obfuscator by stunnix looks most appealing to me, but I didn't check neither it nor others. Any ideas?
Aug 5 '08 #1
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acoder
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A similar question was asked earlier (though for a free one). There are some links in the thread that you could try.
Aug 5 '08 #2

omerbutt
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mostly people that are addidcted to OR love working in Javascript i mean most of their work is done in javascript they Dont like their javascript to be visible or shown to others ....accidently i am also the one of them i also acchieve most of my task through javascript & AJAX ,well AJAX mostly so i also do obfuscate my javascript to hide the logic ,,,,,,i know it doesnt matter if you share the part of your code but i do it for the sake of security only ,,,,anyways i use the HTML pRotector it has option for the Javascript and html and others also a good one you can download it from antssoft.
Regards,
omer
Aug 5 '08 #3

acoder
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Some of these "obfuscators/protectors" make claims that assume all users are of a beginner level. I can't really recommend any, but I have seen one or two poor ones.
Aug 5 '08 #4

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