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Frontend to Turck MMCache

PHPCoder is a frontend to the Turck MMCache encoding functions. It encodes your PHP scripts and applications into non-reversible bytecode, so users of your programs can't see or change the source code, but still have full functionality. It encodes your application's PHP configuration files so someone viewing your source code sees neither your database login not password information. You can also set restrictions on the encoded scripts, lock a script to a particular server IP address, server host name, visitor IP, or place a time limit on the script so it will expire after a set amount of time. You specify Text, HTML, or PHP code that should be prepended and appended to each file before it is encoded, so you can easily and securely implement your own licensing scheme.


Download version 1.5 (stable)
released on 28 February 2006



LicenseVerified byVerified onNotes
BSD 3ClauseJanet Casey10 July 2003

Leaders and contributors

Jason Sheets Maintainer

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Software prerequisites

Kind Description
Required to use PHP compatible Web server (ie Apache)
Required to use PHP 4.1 or later (author recommends 4.3.x)
Required to use TurckMMCache

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 2 March 2017.


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