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Any encoders for ASP?

Discussion in 'C#' started by Sam Granger, Jan 5, 2007.

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    Hello guys!
    SEMrush
    Just wondering if any of you know of any ASP encoders. Something like zend, ioncube or sourceguardian but for ASP instead of PHP.
     
    Sam Granger, Jan 5, 2007 IP
    SEMrush
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    I downloaded and installed the setup exe...
    Do you know how to use it ?
     
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    open the help file screnc.chm in the installation folder(C:\Program Files\Windows Script Encoder)
     
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    Cool... thanks for the answer i'll take a look at it right now :)
     
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    you are right DaDMan, encoding is not encrypting. moving the code into a COM component will help improve the protection of your property.
     
    sunpost, Jan 11, 2007 IP
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    Yes sunpost, and that would be one of the benefits amongt all others to switch to dot net right? I am not really myself in dot net yet.. should be thought! hehe.. but I've been working a bit with it and the complete website is in fact a dll.. therefore unreadable.
     
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    absolutely, the .NET framework provides many improvements over asp, although it does come with a slight learning curve ;)
     
    sunpost, Jan 11, 2007 IP
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    The trouble with .NET is although it does compile down to a DLL (the code behind stuff anyway), this DLL can be trivially decompiled leaving the "attacker" with complete and fully functional code.


    Anyway for the OP - not sure what you want an encoder for here really? If you are trying to "hide" the code from people copying stuff then this is not needed; the server will process all of your ASP code and convert it to HTML **before** it gets sent to the browser. No code gets sent, only the results of running the code.
     
    MattD, Jan 14, 2007 IP