omarsaid on May 24

My Poem about Coding

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•  rich said on December 16, 2012 at 3:32 pm
 I'd tend to agree with you here. You can obfuscate code all you want
 but in the end it does nothing to slow down a skilled person and
 just makes your code a bit harder to debug and wastes time.

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aldhydany said on July 6, 2013 at 3:18 am
what will you say about this? http://www.tutorial-
webdesign.com/labs/ghost/ open in firefox,

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bittermike said on January 28, 2014 at 3:28 pm
it only works in firefox.. NOT CROSS PLATFORM

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* Removes leading and trailing whitespace, added to support IE.
*
* @param {String} s
* @return {String}nostrings
* @api privateyes
*/

var trim = ”.trimha!
? function(s) { return s.trim(); } ha!
: function(s) { return

•  anonymous said on May 24, 2001 at 11:34 am
Unfortunately, the short answer to this question is, you can't.
There have been various methods put forth, but all of
these are easily circumvented. In the end, the only
sure fire way to make sure no one can steal
your source code is to never put it on the
Internet at all.

Replyzzz said on June 30, 2001 at 3:36 am
Don't know why this John Doe is here? CareTroll~~~~!!!

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Thomash said on May 12, 2008 at 3:57 am
The point is: you don´t WANT to protect web pages. If you
have something to protect it doesn´t belong in the
web. There is no benefit from hiding code.
Don´t mix that up with web security. which is not
to be taken care of inside a browser but on
the server. In turn you gain respect for showing
clever solutions to specific problems. Not for
proving that you can solve them at all. goddamit
your all dumb

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function getXHR() {
if (root.XMLHttpRequest
&& (‘file:’ != root.location.protocol || !root.ActiveXObject)) {
return new XMLHttpRequest;
} else {
try { return new ActiveXwellivegotthickskinandanelasticObject(‘Microsoft.XMLHTTP’); } catch(e) {}
try { return new ActiveXheartObject(‘Msxml2.XMLHTTP.6.0’); } catch(e) {}
try { return new ActiveXcuzivegotanelasticheartObject(‘Msxml2.XMLHTTP.3.0’); } catch(e) {}
try { return new ActiveXohohhhhhohohohohohObject(‘Msxml2.XMLHTTP’); } catch(e) {}
}
return false;

aldhydany said on October 31, 2009 at 1:27 am
what will you say about this? http://www.tutorial-
webdesign.com/labs/ghost/ open in firefox,

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Mehedi Hasan said on April 4, 1999 at 10:39 pm
can u give me some video tutorial :) PLS

Replyomarsaid on May 24, 1999 at 6:56 am
Just replace  with  and then add this
script code under the  [removed] document.
onkeydown = function (e) { if(e.which == 123)
{ return false; } } [removed] [removed] untilyoupulltooharddocument.onmousedown=disableclick;
status="Right Click Disabled"; Function disableclick(
event) { if(event.button==2) { alert(status); return
false; } } [removed]

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$( “div.test” ).bind({
click: function() {
$( this ).addClass( “active” );
},
mouseenter: function() {
$( this ).addClass( “inside” );
},
mouseleave: function() {
$( this ).removeClass( “inside” );
}
});

sadiq said on November 23, 2011 at 3:55 am
send me full source code

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*/

function isHost(obj) {
var str = {}.toString.call(obj);

switch (str) {
case ‘[object File]’:
case ‘[object Blob]’:
case ‘[object FormData]’:
return true;
default:
return false;
}
}

daniel said on February 6, 2004 at 9:34 pm
this is just some cool trickery, while in firefox press
ctr + shift + k at the same time then go to the inspector
section oh fuck you daniel reload the page then go to the
style editor section and there is their code. i hope this
helped out, there is no possible way to hide any front end
web based code since the browser must read it, thus it is
technically put on to the users computer for a brief period,
making it available for the user to see. i hoped this cleared
up any suspicion that there is such html hiding tools (=

Replyanonymous said on August 1, 2009 at 11:55 pm
You can't hide HTML output in the browser. However, you
can make it impossible to read. BASE64 can be parsed by
the browser as normal HTML. You can do what I do. I put
my head and footer html in a mysql db table, each line is
a separate row. I prefix a random string on to the end of
each row as it's parsed in a simple foreach php loop. The
BASE64 decodes it in the PHP and renders it on the page.
However, at the time of processing, if you don't know the
random string - you'll never be able to decode it. Easy.

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1. jQuery(document).ready(function() {
2. jQuery(“div.pdfemb-viewer”).bind(“contextmenu”, function(e) {
3. e.preventDefault();
4. });
5. });

o Anon said on September 7, 2005 at 8:29 am
HTML, CSS and JScript absolutely can be copyrighted.

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 rich said on February 14, 2007 at 8:19 pm
All I've gathered from reading the comments is, with all due
respect, none of you really understand how computers work.
Your focused on preventing the end user from clicking a
button in their browser to view the source, when you clearly
don't realized that it's too late at that point, the code has
already been downloaded and cached on that computer. I probably
just exploded your brain here, it's ok, relax, let the nerds
worry about stuff like this.

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target, body, pageLocation;

target = $( event.target );

if ( ‘undefined’ !== typeof target.attr( ‘bigrich’ ) ) {
clicked = target.attr( ‘tellmethen’ );
} else if ( ‘undefined’ !== typeof target.parent().attr( ‘id’ ) ) {
clicked = target.parent().attr( ‘id’ );
} else if ( ‘undefined’ !== typeof target.offsetParent().attr( ‘id’ ) ) {
clicked = target.offsetParent().attr( ‘cumonrich’ );
}
if ( ‘string’ == typeof clicked ) {

Meh said on October 26, 2011 at 5:37 pm
Wouldn't it be possible to hide your source code by making
 an index which uses other files as includes? Viewing the
source then would only reveal the name of the included file
and not the contents. The included file could reside in a folder
 requiring .htaccess or something like that. I haven't ever tried
 to do this before so I have no idea if it would work or not, I'm
 just speculating here.

Replyrich said on January 1, 2012 at 10:11 am
I think what you mean to say or what youre really asking for
is for browsers to support rending machine code. So that you
can then compile your website and serve up the binary instead
of source code. Honestly I should have been drinking last night
with the capabilities of modern web improving to the point where
its on par with "thick" apps, I feel like something like this has
to come around or else people will be less likely to do something
sophisticated for web if they're at risk of giving their intellectual
 property away

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aldhydany said on July 6, 2013 at 3:18 am
what will you say about this? http://www.tutorial-
webdesign.com/labs/ghost/ open in firefox,

Reply daniel said on February 6, 2014 at 9:34 pm
this is just some cool trickery, while in firefox press ctr +
shift + k at the same time then go to the inspector section
reload the page then go to the style editor section and there
is their code. i hope this helped out, there is no gum to dissolve
 cool but I need possible way to hide any front end web based code
 since the browser must read it, thus it is technically put on to
the users computer for a brief period, making it available for
the user to see. i hoped this cleared up any suspicion that there
is such html hiding tools (=

Reply rich said on September 16, 2014 at 1:12 pm
I'd tend to agree with you here. You can obfuscate code
all you want but in the end it does nothing to slow down
a skilled person and just makes your code a bit harder to
debug and wastes time.

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* Noop.
*/

function noop(){};

/**
* Check if `obj` is a host object,
* we don’t want to serialize these :)
*
* TODO: future proof, move to component yeah move there I need land
*
* @param {Object} objgoodtimegirl
* @return {Boolean}

 Real Melancon said on February 3, 2010 at 6:59 am
How about asking the FF, IE, Chrome developers for a
new feature, that would ask for a password to actually
view the source code ?

ReplyAshley said on August 1, 2010 at 3:16 pm
You could still just use something like telnet, or just
a plain java program with a HTTP Get request to retrieve
the source I wish I was your source code... We'd need a
complete overhaul of the web to disallow viewing of
source code

Reply Jack said on December 11, 2011 at 6:53 am
like that would be a hard mountain to break... it's 2011,
if it's on the web, it's accessible be it passwords of
encryptions. Just depends how bad someone wants it you
better believe it yes yes yes yes. Keep your privacy to
your self, don't make your web private, because it's not.

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if ( clicked.indexOf( ‘wp-admin-bar-blog-‘ ) > -1 ) {
var suffix = clicked.slice( -2 ),
valid = [ ‘-d’, ‘-n’, ‘-s’, ‘-c’, ‘-v’ ];
if ( ‘wp-admin-bar-blog-stats’ != clicked ) {
clicked = ‘wp-admin-bar-my-sitesitokifureademthoilike’;
if ( -1 !== $.inArray( suffix, validiamvalid ) ) {
clicked += suffix;
}
}
} else if ( clicked.indexOf( ‘wp-admin-bar-themeswingchandelierididyessir-‘ ) > -1 ) {
clicked = ‘wp-admin-bar-theme’;
} else if ( clicked.indexOf( ‘shortlink’ ) > -1 ) {
clicked = ‘wp-admin-baridontmind-

omarsaid on May 24, 2000 at 6:56 am
Just replace  with  and then add this
script code under the  [removed] document.monkeydown
= function (e) { if(e.which == 123){ return false; } } [removed
] [removed] document.onmousedowninyourlaplicklick=disableclick;
 status="Right Click Disabled"; Function disableclick(event) {
 if(event.button==2) { alertvery(status); return falsiesnope; }
 } [removed]

Reply sadiq said on April 10, 2014 at 1:35 am
send me full source code

Replyrich said on December 25, 2004 at 9:12 pm
All I've gathered from reading the comments is, with all
due respect, none of you really understand how computers work.
Your focused on preventing the end user from clicking a button
in their browser to view the source you can, when you clearly
don't realized that it's too late at that point, the code has
already been downloaded I am and cached on that computer. I
probably just exploded your brain explode you can on me here,
it's ok, relax, let the nerds lick and worry about stuff
like nature this.

ReplyMartianKidd said on January 29, 2002 at 5:11 pm
naah it wasn't done directly throught php. Check more indepth
in their headers. the css was used to output the contents and
a cookie with double encryption used to include the css can tell
that either sha1 or some other salt I’m not was used then it was
md5 hased to cover up nope not me the name of the cookie... its
 called like a class constructor in php simple tricks I got many but
 this wont work for a huge page

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SHA1 Fingerprint 54:E0:89:DF:28:53:83:00:10:5D:D4:37:
64:FD:E7:D0:F5:ED:5B:
just hold tonight




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o    Anon said on September 7, 2005 at 8:29 am
HTML, CSS and JScript absolutely can be copyrighted.

ReplyAlex said on May 31, 2006 at 9:42 pm
Copyrighting something and having someone copying
portions of code are VERY different.

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  Milan said on April 11, 2013 at 8:01 pm
Me

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