SourceGuardian extends power of PHP protection with version 7.0

SourceGuardian announced the launch of Version 7.0, a powerful software protection product securing the Internet-focused PHP programming language. The upgrade of this popular software, originally launched in 2002 and already in use by thousands of customers in more than 53 countries, shows the company’s commitment to remaining at the forefront of intellectual property security. Version 7.0 introduces a host of new and enhanced features.

SourceGuardian has become an essential tool for many web developers and programmers, offering the ability to protect their PHP code and therefore their intellectual property. The new version contains all of the same useful features customers have grown to expect, including bytecode encoding, time limiting scripts and locking to specific domain names or machines.

However, 7.0 further enhances functionality allowing for protection of non-PHP scripts, including the popular Smarty templating system. Other enhancements include a faster encoding engine, additional security layers and a richer, more intuitive interface.? Speaking about SourceGuardian, a long-time customer and independent developer

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