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Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by incognito876, Aug 17, 2009.

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  1. incognito876

    incognito876 Regular Member

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    I am sure this must be here somewhere...but I can't find it so apologies in advance...I need to hide my source code- is there an easy way to do that?

    Cheers.
     
  2. hopkinzer

    hopkinzer Newbie

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    what language you are using php asp or what ?
     
  3. dadgad

    dadgad Newbie

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    Look for obfuscation tools
     
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  4. incognito876

    incognito876 Regular Member

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    Just plain old html....I don't know anything else.
     
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    keinehabe Supreme Member

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    drkenneth Executive VIP

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    http://www.ioncube.com/html_encoder.php

    That can even be run on PHP scripts that are generated in realtime. Plus, it's made by ioncube, which is known for their extremely-hard-to-crack PHP encoding.
     
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  7. phpfiend

    phpfiend Junior Member

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    typically you can do one of two things.

    1. Use Javascript to disable right click on your visitors mouse

    or

    2. Use Javascript to have a message box pop up saying that right click has been disabled.

    Sorry if that seems redundant. Am not quite awake yet.

    The down side to the javascript you will typically find is that even if they see right click is disabled they can still view the source through the view menu on most browsers.
     
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    matapples01 Regular Member

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    I looked briefly at html guardian a couple weeks ago and it looks pretty cool. I'll probably be using it in the near future for somethign I'm working on that I want to keep out of prying eyes. It's free for basic needs too if I'm not mistaken.

    HTML:
    www.protware.com
     
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  9. shaze

    shaze Newbie

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    yep that view->source
    will really throw them off
     
  10. BadArticle

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    if it's HTML, no way
    if it's JS, you can... only mess it up and make hard to steal.
     
  11. phpfiend

    phpfiend Junior Member

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    was just saying that there are some people that some people will find other ways to get around the disabled right click if that was the case.

    Now I have done a quick search on google and found quite a few free html source encryption sites Hope they help

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    http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en-us&q=html+encryption+code&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8
     
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  12. lovefree

    lovefree Registered Member

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    great info. but i dont know how to use this tool:confused:.

    just paste source code or what?

    thanks
     
  13. CClark56

    CClark56 Regular Member

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    Yeah, just edit your HTML document copy the code and paste it in the scrambler. Once it's scrambled just paste the code back into your HTML document.
     
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  14. lovefree

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    Thanks, its not work with index.php?.

    should i switch index.php to index.html? anyone know how to do it?:)
     
  15. khg0bs

    khg0bs BANNED BANNED

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    I think I have what you're looking for. An easy to use app that will encrypt your html. You can download it here:
    Code:
    http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?n2mtitndjmf
     
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  16. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Not everyone is a great web designer. I still use html for almost everything I can because its what was around when I learned basic web design (note I'm mostly on the marketing end of things) that being said there are certain things I don't want people to be able to see/copy on some sites.
     
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    Because I am using CL to send people to a page that must appear local to wherever they come from. The page includes a GeoIP script, so wherever you are sitting in the world will come up on the page. The script is used several times throughout the text and I don't want people to be able to look at the source because then they will know it isn't local and a script is being used.
     
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    incognito876 Regular Member

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    Sorry post came out twice
     
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