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Encryption Software - PHPCipher vs. SourceGuardian

Discussion in 'General Scripting Chat' started by catman08, Feb 27, 2010.

  1. catman08

    catman08 Junior Member

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    Hi guys,

    ... for quite some time i have been using sourceGuardian to protect my scripts i created before i shared them. However - although SG is pretty save it's in some way sometimes a pain in the ass for the one using the protected script as the SourceGuardian Loader needs to be installed on the server - and not all hosts have it preinstalled already.

    Recently i just came across phpCipher - of which i had not heared before.

    My questions now:

    a.) Is phpCipher decryptable?
    b.) is phpCipher at least as secure as SourceGuardian?
    c.) Does phpCipher also require some weird stuff as sourceguardian does?

    Thanks a lot in advance for every helping note. :)
    cheers
    Catman