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which is safer? a passphrase or none?

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if I were to compile a script, and I didnt wish it to be reverse engineered easily, technically I should be coding in C++, but, never the less, which is more reliable, allowing decompilation with a passphrase, or not having any decompilation @ all?


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if I were to compile a script, and I didnt wish it to be reverse engineered easily, technically I should be coding in C++, but, never the less, which is more reliable, allowing decompilation with a passphrase, or not having any decompilation @ all?

The later is not really an option, given that hacked decompilers exist in the wild already that don't ask for the passphrase anyway. Those options will prevent casual access to the source, but are not expected to provide bullet proof protection.

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Obfuscator will also prevent a casual observer from reading your code too. I just discovered it today. It's pretty sweet.


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