HTML Guardian 7.9
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I have to admit, some situations sounds a little bit weird, but believe me, they happen, like the following one.
Later, you found it so useful, that you want to share your work with everyone, but without giving all your precious source code...so, you need to redistribute them in such a way that you can 'hide' it.
How to solve this situation? Using a 'code obfuscator', like this one.
With HTML Guardian, you can encrypt files and test them in your favorite browser. It encrypts your source code, images, Java applets, and much more.
I have to admit, I was a little lost at the first run by the huge number of available options. The program gives you the option to optimize and do a cleanup before the encryption.
The user interface is something mixed between shaded buttons and toolbars, and old-fashioned icons.
- You can still develop in open source, even for closed-source projects
- In the reviewed edition (personal, freeware) the program adds a green box on top of the output files, with some advertizing from the author
- Also, it takes some time to "get the idea"