Old 03-08-2017, 05:39 AM   #1
Lawrence
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Default Protecting JS

Hey guys,

I want to protect some Javascript scripts I'm working on and the example I see appears to use a format called PACKAGEX which I can't find any reference for. Does anyone know what that is?

The scripts run from a simple zip package but in some cases that package is protected from reading and when looking at the binary data I see PACKAGEF on both ends of the container. I'd like to do the same with mine but have no idea how.

Thanks in advance.
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