Stunnix JavaScript Obfuscator

Stunnix JavaScript Obfuscator 4.5

Stunnix JavaScript Obfuscator is very advanced professional obfuscator for .js/.html/.asp/.php/.wsc/
 
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Stunnix JavaScript Obfuscator is very advanced cross-platform
(Windows, MacOS X and any Unix are supported!) professional
obfuscator (encoder, scrambler) for obfuscation of client-side and server-side
JavaScript in .js, .html, .asp, .php, .wsc and .wsh files, with support for
encoding and for ensuring licensing condititions (like script expiration or
binding script to the set of domains), with advanced GUI - Project Manager
supporting projects that with files spanning several directories
(with ActiveX symbols extraction tool included) and very flexible and
powerful commandline interface present.

It includes state-of-the-art support for ASP/PHP/SSI fragments embedded inside
html code and in any place inside of JavaScript code and support for
JavaScript in all html event handlers like onsubmit and
for javascript code in "href=javascript:some_code()".

Includes unique utilities to gather project-specific exceptions:
utility to gather html form fields' names and IDs of
html elements, and utility to extract all symbols from ActiveX or
OLE components;

Full support for products consisting of several JavaScript files and use of eval.

Full support for keeping library files scripts use in
non-obfuscated (original) form.

Includes means to make analysis of changes between different
releases of the obfuscated product more difficult.

Includes unique support for very easy preparation of code for obfuscation.
Source compression mode is also supported. Comes with exception tables for
Javascript core functions,
W3C html model, non-standard Mozilla and MSIE html models, DOM,
DOM Events, CSS model, SVG, XPATH and even XUL; also exceptions
for ASP/ ADO/ WSH/ WSC frameworks are included.

Includes several configurable obfuscation engines for symbol names, strings
and integers.

Supports multiple case-sensitive and case-insensitive exception tables,
user-specified symbol mapping.

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