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This might be useful to you myfavoritegadgets.info/truth.html –kiranvj Jul 11 '12 at 7:36 add a comment| 6 Answers 6 active oldest votes up vote 2 down vote You can't, in internet A hacker doesn't need to decrypt and understand all of it: only that part which is preventing access, which is usually tiny. How is that for a surprise? You can't keep that kinda thing secret. his comment is here
If you post a song to the internet, even if they cannot find the mp3, they can simply record their speakers. You can try to obfuscate any of HTML, JS or your data format, but it will surely incur performance penalty for HTML/JS and there are enough prettyfiying parsers out there that'll It involves taking your code, using a custom made function to "encrypt" it somehow, and then putting it in an HTML file along with a function that will decrypt it for Here is a tool that can do that: http://www.colddata.com/developers/online_tools/obfuscator.shtml However, these things all use code, and code can be decrypted through any number of methods. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11427747/how-to-disable-html-view-source-or-encrypt-html-elements-programatically
Please give me a code. You just need to find the bit where it says "Are they allowed access? How does that even work?"He'd just be just looking for the shortest path to that one weak link.DVDs were for some time protected only by the hex key value "09 F9
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