Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Full evaluation!

Now (with 3.0 beta7) you can evaluate your full project. Don't use in production without a keycode because it will fail to work properly after a week!


Anonymous said...

Thanks for your effort to create such useful tool for php coders .
there is some bugs in your software
that I'll post it for you.

but there is an interesting thing in out put script.

if(time()>"next week")exit("Expired obfuscation!");

with this kind of trial version protection you never obtain money.
every php coder will remove it and...

and again thanks for your idea and efforts.
Have fun

Sînică said...

Well,it is not that simple,that things is only at surface,there are other tricks in obfuscated code that will triger within time

dSaputra said...

I want to purchase a license of your obfusc software, but the transaction always failed, please help.

And 1 more thin, where I can download the Obfusc V3.0, I only found Obfusc V2.3.1 in Obfusc website.

Sînică said...
I do recomand to use V2.3.1.
3.0 was a beta that will never get released in that form.

Keith Willis said...

Hi Sînică,

When do you think you will release a new version of Obfusc?

v2.3.1 works well but the GUI is very temperamental and i have to follow the same arcane ritual every time in order for it to work correctly.

The obfuscation is however first class and still the best I have ever found anywhere.

Sînică said...

Thank you Keith for your words. A new release should come in less then a month. Those GUI bugs should disapear:)

Thank you,

intercept said...

Bought a license for 2.3.1.. eagerly awaiting full release of 3.0.. is key working there or do one need a new key for v. 3.0?

Sînică said...

2.3.1 keys are compatible with 3.0 But you can use those keys only 3 times.

Anonymous said...

I¡¯ve bookmarked this because I found it interesting. I would be very interested to hear more news on this. Thanks!

tony said...

Is there a command line tools for this.
This will be great.
Thank you for the answer?

Sînică said...

There is a command line tool but it is somewhat difficult to use and can't work on evolving projects

Anonymous said...

Thank you for providing this obfuscator. I am interested to buy it, but I would like to know if it is still being maintained. It seems like the last release was a long time ago. Thanks.

Sînică said...

Yes it is. Obfusc's core is quite stable and I found little reasons to create a new versions but is still maintained and people are buying. Thank you!