Table of Contents
How do I protect my HTML code from being copied?
Your only true options for protection involve copyrighting the code and, potentially, filing a patent. If what you are doing is truly different, then a patent is probably the best way to go.
How do I hide my source code not copied?
No, there is no way to hide one’s code on the web. If you’re sending information to the client-side, that information can be copied. That’s not merely a fact of the web, that’s a fact of information theory. The only option for cases like this is not prevention, but detection.
Is it possible to obfuscate code completely?
Code Obfuscation is the process of modifying an executable so that it is no longer useful to a hacker but remains fully functional. To be clear, with enough time and effort, almost all code can be reverse engineered.
How do you obfuscate a website code?
Obfuscate HTML using an Online Tool
- Open a Web browser and navigate to iSnoop.net or VoorMedia.com.
- Click the “HTML Obfuscator” link on the main page in iSnoop.net.
- Copy your HTML code by dragging the mouse over the desired code in the HTML editor, and the right-clicking the mouse.
Can HTML be encrypted?
By encrypting HTML pages and code using HTML encryption software you can control who can view your web pages, what they can do with them (copy, print, etc.) and when they can no longer be viewed (expire).
How do I prevent copy and paste on my website?
How do I protect my website source code?
You can use any of your website whose source code you want to protect for public view. First of all, you have to put this code inside the head tag of your website’s index page ie Header page. Note: With this code, you can hide the source code of any website for public view.
Can you reverse obfuscation?
It is however extremely easy to de-obfuscate, or you can also say reverse-engineer, any piece of obfuscated code and make it more human-readable. Now switch to the Scripts tab, right-click and choose De-obfuscate source. That’s it!
How do you test for obfuscation?
- jar the un-obfuscated files (if desired)
- test the un-obfuscated files.
- if they pass the tests then obfuscate jar the obfuscated files.
- test the obfuscated files.
How does the obfuscation work? Through a series of transformations, such as variable / function / arguments renaming, string removal, and others, your source code is transformed into something unreadable, while working exactly as before.