무료 PHP 인코더(암호화)
인터넷 검색을 통해 PHP 소스 인코더를 발견했습니다.
기존 ZendGuard 같은 경우 가격이 만만치 않아서 구입하기 힘들었는데,
마침 BSD 라이센스의 제품이 있었네요.
$ tar xvfz php_screw-1.5.tgz <—- 압축을 풀고
$ cd php_screw-1.5 <—- 압축을 푼 디렉토리로 이동하고
$ vi my_screw.h <—- seed 키를 변경해주세요.
배열크기와 숫자크기와 인코딩 속도와는 차이가 없다고하네요
$ cp modules/php_screw.so /usr/lib/php/modules/php_screw.so <– php_screw.so 파일을 적당한곳에 복사
$ vi php.ini <—- php.ini 파일을 열어 아래 extension=php_screw.so을 추가해 줍니다.
젠드가 설치되어 있을 경우 젠드설정보다 윗부분에 설정합니다.
$ /usr/local/apache/bin/apachectl restart <—— 아파치를 재시동합니다.
$ cd tools
$ make <—- 인코딩 툴을 생성합니다.
$ cp screw /usr/bin <—— 컴파일로 생성된 screw 파일을 적당한 디렉토리에 복사합니다.
$ screw 인코딩할파일.php <——– 인코딩된 파일은 원래파일명으로 생성되고,
인코딩전 파일은 .screw 확장자가 붙습니다.
[#M_영문메뉴얼 보기|영문메뉴얼 닫기| [ PHP Screw – User’s Manual ver1.5 ]
1. What’s SCREW?
PHP Screw is a PHP script encryption tool. When you are developing a
commercial package using PHP, the script can be distributed as encrypted up
until just before execution. This preserves your intellectual property.
The outline of PHP Screw is as follows.
a. Encipher a PHP script with the encryption tool (screw).
b. At the time of execution of a PHP script, the decryptor php_screw.so is
executed as PHP-Extension, just before the PHP script is handed to the
* In fact what is necessary is just to add the description about php.screw
to php.ini. A PHP script programmer does not need to be conscious of
Moreover it is possible for you to intermingle an enciphered script file
and an unenciphered one.
* The encryption logic in the encryption tool (screw) and the decryption
logic in the decryptor (php_screw), can be cutomized easily.
* The normal purpose code and decryption logic included, can be customized
by only changing the encryption SEED key.
Although it is easy to cusomize the encryption, by the encryption SEED, it
does NOT mean, that the PHP scripts can be decrypted by others easily.
NOTICE: PHP must be compiled with the “–with-zlib” option.
Check that PHP has zlib compiled in it with the PHP script:
“<? gzopen(); ?>”
If PHP knows about the function you can happily proceed.
(2) UNIX like OS (LINUX, FreeBSD, etc. are included)
(1) Unpack php_screw-1.5.tgz.
(2) Execute the following command with directory php_screw-1.5
(3) Customize encryption / decryption
— Please change the encryption SEED key (pm9screw_mycryptkey) into the
values according to what you like.
The encryption will be harder to break, if you add more values to the
encryption SEED array. However, the size of the SEED is unrelated to
the time of the decrypt processing.
* If you can read and understand the source code, to modify an original
encryption logic will be possible. But in general, this should not
OPTIONAL: Encrypted scripts get a stamp added to the beginning of the
file. If you like, you may change this stamp defined by
PM9SCREW and PM9SCREW_LEN in php_screw.h. PM9SCREW_LEN must
be less than or equal to the size of PM9SCREW.
(4) Compile the decryptor
(5) Copy modules/php_screw.so into an extension directory.
ex) cp modules/php_screw.so /usr/lib/php/modules/php_screw.so
(6) Add the next line to php.ini.
(7) Restart the httpd daemon.
(8) Compile the encryption tool
(9) Copy the encryptor (“screw”) into an appropriate directory.
5. User’s manual.
(1) Encrypting a PHP script:
Please execute the following command.
screw “Path to the PHP script to be encrypted”
The above line creates the script file enciphered by the same name.
Moreover, a backup is created in the same directory by the name of script
file name .screw.
WARNING: When you perform packaging, do NOT forget remove the .screw file.
(2) Executing a PHP script.
If the installation of php_screw.so went OK, encrypted PHP scripts can now
be copied to an appropriate directory and executed as if it was
unencrypted. That is: The encryption is transparent for the
2002/04/25 PHP Screw ver1.0
2002/05/21 PHP Screw ver1.1 — Fixed include_path problem.
2002/08/02 PHP Screw ver1.2 — Changed encryption algorithm
2004/01/11 PHP Screw ver1.3 — Changed to BSD License(revised), Correspondence to php-4.3.x
2007/10/11 PHP Screw ver1.5 — Correspondence to PHP5.x
(C) 2007 Kunimasa Noda/PM9.com, Inc.
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