Pyarmor, guard your python scripts
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Tue Sep 15 18:40:37 CEST 2015
On 2015-09-15, Chris Angelico <rosuav at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I you may be underestimating the laziness and overestimating the
>> cleverness of most people. ;)
> Heh :) But in that case, you can probably get away with just
> zipimport. Deflation sure isn't encryption, but the code is pretty
> thoroughly concealed anyway.
I agree completely. There are three categories of protection:
1) The program never leaves your computer.
2) Obfuscation to deter the idle curious from mucking about.
3) Put the source code on the interwebs.
In category 2 you find the single-file/directory-app bundlers
(which IIRC mostly use something like zipimport) and various other
"encryption" wrappers. They all provide pretty much the same minimal
 Most of which are intended to provide ease of distribution and
installation -- the obfuscation is mostly a side-effect.
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