Release Notes: Greatly improved support for huge input files. Parsing of HTML is much better. Support for processing VBScript inside files of a custom structure (code is protected between delimiters defined in external files, which is useful for various custom files that define callbacks in VBScript, e.g. PowerDesigner Experts).
Release Notes: ASP files with #include directives in them can be encoded correctly now. The Unicode byte order marker in HTML/XML files is never corrupted if replacement of characters with entities is turned on for HTML content. The Project Manager GUI ignores the case of filenames on filesystems that are case-insensitive.
Release Notes: A native bundle has been created for Mac OS X. A bug with support for the RUNAT attribute has been fixed. Many improvements in the Project Manager GUI have been introduced.
Release Notes: Various improvements in support of ASP blocks have been made. The Project Manager GUI has been made more beautiful.
Release Notes: This version adds the ability to extract symbols that define an API in all files in any directory the user specifies, and to use the created list of symbols as exceptions. Minor improvements have been made to Project Manager.
Release Notes: Now all markup inside an ASP file can be converted to calls of response.write(), thus converting any ASP file into a single block of ASP code without markup around it, with the ability to encode such a "huge" block afterwards. A critical bug in the implementation of VBScript encoding has been fixed. The GUI has been greatly polished, and is much more intuitive.
Release Notes: This release adds support for protecting VBScript inside string constants that are arguments of specific function calls in files written any programming language. This allows one to obfuscate VBScript in .cpp, .java, and .aspx.cs files in a way synchronous with .html or .aspx files in the same project. Minor fixes and enhancements have been introduced.
Release Notes: The case of characters in HTML tag and attribute names can now be chosen randomly (to make a protected file look less readable), or tag and attribute names can be lowercased, uppercased, or left as is. The ability to specify the percentage of characters that are converted into HTML entities has been added: converting only some characters (rather than all) into entities makes a protected file look more random and less readable. Various small improvements have been introduced.
Release Notes: Obfuscation and encoding of scripts stored in UTF-8 have been improved. Support has been added for mangling all characters aside from markup in documents that embed vbscript (e.g. .html, .php, or .asp files) to make them less readable. Support for language syntax has been improved. Various improvements and fixes have been introduced into the Project Manager GUI.
Release Notes: In Project Manager, it's possible to specify rules (in the form of filename patterns and corresponding processing mode) on how to mangle (obfuscate and encode) files in the Project Directory that are not registered in the project. This allows the user to generate buildscript only once, and use it for frequent rebuilding of the projects in which new source files are introduced or removed very frequently.