steve at tightrope.demon.co.uk
Tue Sep 18 19:43:32 BST 2007
On Tue, Sep 18, 2007 at 02:31:14PM +0000, Chris Jack typed:
> Can anyone recommend a good, free Perl obfuscator. I had a search on Google,
> and there seem to be a zillion out there - but which one should I choose? It
> needs to be able to handle classes, packages, include files etc without
> effecting functionality/output.
"Not completely, but possible to a degree. PAR supports an input filter
mechanism via pp -f and pp -F (see PAR::Filter), which can be used to
implement source obfuscators (or even product activation schemes)."
Steve Mynott <steve at tightrope.demon.co.uk>
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