The ionCube Encoder provides two ways to add licensing restrictions to encoded files. The method we encourage most is via license files as this provides the more efficient solution because you only need to encode your files once and then
We often receive questions regarding the use of frameworks with the ionCube Encoder, and one such framework is Symfony. This article covers the most significant consideration a programmer using the Symfony framework takes in order to protect their code. Symfony
ionCube24 offers great security in preventing deposited malicious code from being executed. As new files arrive as part of the update process, this will trigger the blocking feature therefore it is advisable to disable WordPress auto-update by adding define( ‘WP_AUTO_UPDATE_CORE’,
The ionCube Encoder will return exit codes when it encounters certain issues. Here are a selection of the ones you might encounter: 1 – General error (can be licensing related) 7 – PHP Errors were encountered during the encoding process
In this article we focus on the most powerful features that you can use to protect your code and the differences between them. We will compare standard encoding, External Keys and Dynamic Keys which offer the greatest level of protection.