encrypting python modules
bignose+hates-spam at benfinney.id.au
Fri Jan 11 23:47:26 CET 2008
Paul Sijben <paul.sijben at xs4all.nl> writes:
> I know that I can not stop a dedicated hacker deconstructing my code.
A direct consequence of this is that you can not stop *anyone* from
deconstructing your code if it's in their possession. It takes only
one dedicated, skilled person to crack your obfuscation system and
distribute an automated process for doing so to anyone interested.
> However I can not imagine that I would be the first one planning to
> do this. So is there a solution like this available somewhere?
Trying to make bits uncopyable and unmodifiable is like trying to make
water not wet.
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