[thelist] PHP/ASP/ColdFusion - Keeping application private...

Kevin Greene (LMI) Kevin.Greene at eei.ericsson.se
Wed May 9 05:42:09 CDT 2001

CF has an encryption utility, that will encrypt the code.  It can be easily broken, but it would deter a large percentage of people.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "jon steele" <jjsteele22 at yahoo.com>
To: <thelist at lists.evolt.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2001 4:23 AM
Subject: [thelist] PHP/ASP/ColdFusion - Keeping application private...

> Okay, say you've made a smashing new application, which does everything
> a client wishes for. You've worked long and hard on it, and you want to
> sell this product individually. You want to allow each customer to run
> it off their own php/asp/coldfusion/etc. server. What do you do to keep
> them from getting at the source files? You don't want them to see the
> code, but they have access to the raw server-side files through their
> ftp/etc. What would you do?
> Anyone's input is appreciated. If anyone knows of any good
> articles/resources on this, please refer.
> Thank you,
> Jon.

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