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  • Re: How to Hide Source Code


    No I found a better site here http://htmlblock.co.uk it encrypts your
    source code, well thank should do it!

    Sia!


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  • #2
    Re: How to Hide Source Code

    simon smith wrote:

    > http://htmlblock.co.uk


    "HTML encryption is a method used to protect your website content and
    source code in JavaScript and Hex Code. Anyone can view the source code of
    a webpage, but with the use of HTML Block it encrypts your source code into
    unreadable code. Which cannot be stolen, neither edited! "

    Bull. As soon as someone views a page, it's already on the computer (e.g.
    stolen). If a browser can "decrypt it", so can a simple program.

    The funny thing: they didn't use it on their own site, as a demo.

    I wonder why is that?

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    • #3
      Re: How to Hide Source Code

      John Bokma wrote:

      > simon smith wrote:
      >
      >> http://htmlblock.co.uk

      >
      > "HTML encryption is a method used to protect your website content and
      > source code in JavaScript and Hex Code. Anyone can view the source
      > code of a webpage, but with the use of HTML Block it encrypts your
      > source code into unreadable code. Which cannot be stolen, neither
      > edited! "
      >
      > Bull. As soon as someone views a page, it's already on the computer
      > (e.g. stolen). If a browser can "decrypt it", so can a simple program.
      >
      > The funny thing: they didn't use it on their own site, as a demo.
      >
      > I wonder why is that?



      <script>
      //<!--
      document.write(unescape("%3C%64%**%76%20%......... .."));
      //-->
      </script>

      Ouch, ... this is their free encryption....

      The not free one probably adds some extra JavaScript stuff that disables
      the right mouse button, etc.

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      • #4
        Re: How to Hide Source Code

        On Sat, 04 Jun 2005 00:56:28 +0200, John Bokma <john@castleamber.com>
        wrote:

        > document.write(unescape("%3C%64%**%76%20%......... .."));


        <div



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        • #5
          Re: How to Hide Source Code

          Borek wrote:

          > On Sat, 04 Jun 2005 00:56:28 +0200, John Bokma <john@castleamber.com>
          > wrote:
          >
          >> document.write(unescape("%3C%64%**%76%20%......... .."));

          >
          > <div
          >
          >


          How did you do that? You stole my encrypted HTML!!!

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          • #6
            Re: How to Hide Source Code

            In article <Xns966AB67F7C8CFcastleamber@130.133.1.4>
            John Bokma <john@castleamber.com> wrote:
            >
            > John Bokma wrote:
            >
            > > simon smith wrote:
            > >
            > >> http://htmlblock.co.uk

            > >
            > > "HTML encryption is a method used to protect your website content and
            > > source code in JavaScript and Hex Code. Anyone can view the source
            > > code of a webpage, but with the use of HTML Block it encrypts your
            > > source code into unreadable code. Which cannot be stolen, neither
            > > edited! "
            > >
            > > Bull. As soon as someone views a page, it's already on the computer
            > > (e.g. stolen). If a browser can "decrypt it", so can a simple program.


            exactly, the most they can hope to do is force me to do a little
            work if I want to view their precious source code. But they
            won't stop me will they my precious?

            > > The funny thing: they didn't use it on their own site, as a demo.
            > >
            > > I wonder why is that?


            Oh no precious, we couldn't do that, then they'd know we're full
            o'crap


            > <script>
            > //<!--
            > document.write(unescape("%3C%64%**%76%20%......... .."));
            > //-->
            > </script>
            >
            > Ouch, ... this is their free encryption....
            >
            > The not free one probably adds some extra JavaScript stuff that disables
            > the right mouse button, etc.


            Oh yes precious! which does precisely dick when you do like I
            do and surf with java, javascript, flash and most other plugins
            disabled. (and if I were dumb enough to use IE, I'd have active-
            x disabled too.)











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            • #7
              Re: How to Hide Source Code

              On Sat, 04 Jun 2005 02:42:48 +0200, John Bokma <john@castleamber.com>
              wrote:

              >>> document.write(unescape("%3C%64%**%76%20%......... .."));

              >>
              >> <div

              >
              > How did you do that? You stole my encrypted HTML!!!


              Oops, sorry, didn't know it is a secret

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              • #8
                Re: How to Hide Source Code

                snot@sandwich.org wrote:

                > exactly, the most they can hope to do is force me to do a little
                > work if I want to view their precious source code. But they
                > won't stop me will they my precious?



                ah we have a slashdot reader in our midst!

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                • #9
                  Re: How to Hide Source Code

                  John Bokma wrote:
                  > simon smith wrote:
                  >
                  >> http://htmlblock.co.uk

                  >
                  > "HTML encryption is a method used to protect your website content and
                  > source code in JavaScript and Hex Code. Anyone can view the source
                  > code of a webpage, but with the use of HTML Block it encrypts your
                  > source code into unreadable code. Which cannot be stolen, neither
                  > edited! "
                  >
                  > Bull. As soon as someone views a page, it's already on the computer
                  > (e.g. stolen). If a browser can "decrypt it", so can a simple program.


                  Only two ways to really hide webpage source:

                  1. Use images instead of text (high page loading times....)
                  2. Use Flash

                  ...both of which kill SEO..

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                  • #10
                    Re: How to Hide Source Code

                    davidof wrote:

                    > snot@sandwich.org wrote:
                    >
                    >> exactly, the most they can hope to do is force me to do a little
                    >> work if I want to view their precious source code. But they
                    >> won't stop me will they my precious?

                    >
                    > ah we have a slashdot reader in our midst!


                    How did you find that out about me? :-D.

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                    • #11
                      Re: How to Hide Source Code

                      Mike Redrobe wrote:

                      > John Bokma wrote:
                      >> simon smith wrote:
                      >>
                      >>> http://htmlblock.co.uk

                      >>
                      >> "HTML encryption is a method used to protect your website content and
                      >> source code in JavaScript and Hex Code. Anyone can view the source
                      >> code of a webpage, but with the use of HTML Block it encrypts your
                      >> source code into unreadable code. Which cannot be stolen, neither
                      >> edited! "
                      >>
                      >> Bull. As soon as someone views a page, it's already on the computer
                      >> (e.g. stolen). If a browser can "decrypt it", so can a simple program.

                      >
                      > Only two ways to really hide webpage source:
                      >
                      > 1. Use images instead of text (high page loading times....)


                      OCR

                      > 2. Use Flash


                      Flasm has/is a disassembler.

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                      • #12
                        Re: How to Hide Source Code

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                        In <kGhoe.45166$G8.5683@text.news.blueyonder.co.uk> Mike Redrobe <mike@redrobe.net> wrote:
                        >John Bokma wrote:
                        >> simon smith wrote:
                        >>


                        [snip]
                        >
                        >Only two ways to really hide webpage source:
                        >
                        >1. Use images instead of text (high page loading times....)
                        >2. Use Flash
                        >
                        >..both of which kill SEO..


                        Not only do they kill SEO, but they'll drive visitors away in droves.
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                        • #13
                          Re: How to Hide Source Code

                          > Bull. As soon as someone views a page, it's already on the computer (e.g.
                          > stolen). If a browser can "decrypt it", so can a simple program.


                          It's called Obfuscation and it's an old and common concept - Nothing new.

                          And noone has claimed that the method would be 100% secure.

                          It might be good enough for those who need a decent protection, to protect
                          themselves from people who don't have time or find it worthwhile to write a piece
                          of software which cracks the algorithm. And there's no such thing as 100%
                          secure encryption. Even Flash can be disassembled.

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                          • #14
                            Re: How to Hide Source Code

                            noone wrote:

                            >> Bull. As soon as someone views a page, it's already on the computer
                            >> (e.g. stolen). If a browser can "decrypt it", so can a simple
                            >> program.

                            >
                            > It's called Obfuscation and it's an old and common concept - Nothing
                            > new.
                            >
                            > And noone has claimed that the method would be 100% secure.


                            It's not even 1% secure. It's a waste of money and time.

                            > It might be good enough for those who need a decent protection, to
                            > protect themselves from people who don't have time or find it
                            > worthwhile to write a piece of software which cracks the algorithm.


                            Cracks, LMFAO. You don't even need a computer to crack it.

                            > And there's no such thing as 100% secure encryption.


                            Yes there is. But I wouldn't call this encryption nor obfuscation.

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                            • #15
                              Re: How to Hide Source Code

                              noone wrote:
                              > Even Flash can be disassembled.


                              Given that the SWF spec is openly available there's nothing to it.
                              There are also SWF obfuscators and products that encrypt text strings
                              within SWF.

                              RFM

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