Script Scrambler 1.1
Friday, August 29, 2014
Script Scrambler reads in your Perl source code and renames all variables and subroutines found to random characters, as well as adding random comments throughout and removing blank lines, making it extremely difficult, if not impossible, for anyone to read your source code! Script Scrambler can also make your scripts run faster because it can condense the scrambled script to a smaller size than the original!
Script Scrambler can scramble virtually any script in seconds with little or no editing. It's ideal if you want to sell your scripts but don't want to give out the original source code. The scrambled script is still a standard script, so any machine with Perl on it can still run it!
Script Scrambler runs at the command line and asks four simple questions:
- Max. Variable Length (maximum length that the scrambled variables should be)
- Add Comments (Whether or not to add random comments to the scrambled script). This will make the scrambled script slightly larger, but much more difficult to read<
- Save variable list. Saves all variables and their converted equivalents to a file with the same filename and a .vars extension.
All scrambled scripts, including
any "required" scripts that your original code calls, are saved as the same filename but with a .scram
Take a look at our download.cgi
script, before and after being scrambled.
You'll be amazed how different the scripts look. Would you be able to descramble them?
Without Comments download.cgi
With Comments download.cgi
I think what you have is a wonderful thing for those who do not understand
html, cgi bins, etc. Best of luck to you in your endeavors.
Sr. Executive Director
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