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Crypting PHP files

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Hi

I recall seeing a system, where there were *.php files, but they were
crypted.... so they were not readable?
How does that work?

/S
Aug 26 '08 #1
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Some time ago I have heared rumors about PHP byte code. If this is
what you've seen it was not encrypted but compiled.

Code encryption doesn't make much sense for PHP.

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Aug 26 '08 #2

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jodleren wrote:
I recall seeing a system, where there were *.php files, but they were
crypted.... so they were not readable?
not readable? If no one can read it also no one can use it!

Do you mean encrypted like zend-encoder results or obfuscated?

So long, Ulf
Aug 26 '08 #3

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