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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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  • cammeron12
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    HTML encryption is a process to protect the website content and
    source code in Hex Code & JavaScript........
    On the whole it is good method....

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  • hema1999
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    Create one page that loads 2 frames, one at 0 percent and 1 at 100 percent. put the code you don't want to be viewed in the frame that is 0 percent and now when someone clicks on view source, all they see is the html for loading the frames. This works quite well until they try to resize the frames. Just make the page load with frame resize disabled. I don't have any of the code, but most everyone knows how to do it. It is even in the Microsoft knowledge base. Just search on how to use frames.

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  • Designer-J
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    No amount of encryption will prevent users from copying images by pressing the "Prnt Scrn" button...

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  • rose34
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    Hello Friends....

    A nice post. Thanks for sharing.

    Keep sharing more in the future.

    Have a nice time ahead.

    Thanks

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  • vikashni
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    i've found two things that work to get rid of most users from copying HTML/images ... first, there <i>are</i> services out there that will block your script (and images too, i'd assume) without using javascript ... however, these require "mucho dinero" as they say in spain (these can be very expensive) ... secondly, you can always try using redirect services, such as www.shorturl.com. with these, it won't hide the coding, but it will move it to another site, and the user needs to search HTML to find the link to your original code
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    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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    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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    > 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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    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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  • Guest's Avatar
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    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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  • Guest's Avatar
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    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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    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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    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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    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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