Decrypt quality commitment | İoncube Decoder
Published on 11 August, 2022 | 39 views | 2 minutes read
Since the code is encrypted, it is naturally non-public, and the correctness and integrity of the decryption cannot be confirmed
Decrypt quality commitment
Is it correct and complete after decryption?
Since the code is encrypted, it is naturally non-public, and the correctness and integrity of the decryption cannot be confirmed by comparing the original code with this simple and effective method. Even if the decryption is complete and correct, it may not be exactly the same as what you expected, and you may not agree with it. In the end, there are often different opinions.
The program is ultimately used, and it is meaningless to blindly explore its integrity. We skip this issue and make the promise directly from the point of view of the program being runnable and readable, ensuring that after decryption you can still run the same as before decryption, while maintaining its readability as much as possible.
Can it work normally after decryption?
If you encounter a situation where the original encrypted file cannot be replaced after decryption, free manual processing is provided. However, please note that there are cases where the decryption is correct but cannot be run, and in such cases, only the specific reasons will be given to you.
Authorization issues are the most common. In a few cases, the program authorization-related code will detect the file size, md5 value, etc. After decryption, the authorization code detects that the file has changed, and prompts unauthorized or damaged file or exit without any prompt. This situation is not a decryption error, and the program is still running normally, just because the change of the objective environment leads to inconsistency with the running result in the encrypted state, which is the inevitable result when the decryption is correct.
In a few cases, the decrypted file cannot be mixed with the encrypted file, and some are limited by the encryption principle, and some are actively restricted by the encryption. In this case, if you only decrypt some encrypted files, you cannot guarantee the normal operation of the original files after decryption.
Is the decrypted code readable?
Readability cannot be quantified, and different people may have different opinions. The website supports free testing. Please evaluate it yourself based on the part of the code tested.
If the variable names, function names, class names, etc. (hereinafter referred to as symbolic names) in the code are confused, they cannot be restored during decryption. For details, please refer to the relevant instructions on the homepage of the website. In the case of symbolic name obfuscation, it is committed to a state where it can be run and does not affect the reading of the unobfuscated part of the code.
A small number of encrypted files may be encrypted multiple times, and the code may still be encrypted after decryption once. For the situation that you have paid for decryption once and still need to decrypt it again, we reserve the right to charge again according to specific circumstances.
Problems caused by non-decryption
There are problems in the following situations, which are not within the scope of the service, and you need to adjust them yourself.
- Encrypted files do not work properly before decryption.
- Use different operating systems before and after decryption.
- Use different php versions before and after decryption.
- After decryption, adjust the configuration of php or other related software.
- The content of the file is modified after decryption.
- It is caused by the original authorization detection, anti-debugging and other related codes of the trigger program after decryption.
- Modifying, splitting or merging encrypted files using methods not approved by this site before decryption.
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