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Old 03-16-2010, 04:13 AM   #1
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Decode PHP Code


Please anyone decode this PHP code for me.

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Old 03-16-2010, 08:12 AM   #2
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decode it?
 
Old 03-16-2010, 08:47 AM   #3
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I got one of the files and it said this:

Code:
<?PHP
/* WARNING: This script is protected. Any attempt to reverse engineer, debug or de-code this file or its dependent files is strictly prohibited */
$codelock_file="content.php"; $codelock_filed=dirname(__FILE__); include("codelock.php"); return; ?>
PD9waHANCmlu$(x1ZGUgKCIuL(x)bmd1$WdlL(x)bmd1$WdlLnBocCIpOw0KaW5jbHVkZSAoIi4vaW5jbHVkZXMv$(9tbW9uLnBocCIpOw0KaW5jbHVkZSAoIi4vaW5jbHVkZXMv$(9tbW9uX3NlbG$ucG)wIik7DQoNCnNlc3Npb(5fc3R)cnQoKTsNCg0KJGJGaWxlTmFtZSA9ICJjb(50ZW50LnBocCI7DQok$lRwbE5)bWUgID0gImNvbnRlbnQudHBsIjsNCg0KJHRwbCA9IG5ldyBUZW1wbGF0ZSgk$XBwX3B)dGgpOw0KJHRwbC0+bG9)ZF9maWxlKCRiVHBsTmFtZSwgIm1)aW4iKTsNCg0KJGJNZXNz$WdlID0gIiI7DQoNCiRiVXNlclJpZ()0ID0gZ(V0X3Nlc3Npb(4oU0VSSUdIVCk7DQoNCi8vIEZvciBUcmVlIEFj$(91bnQgUGF5$WJsZSB)bmQgQWNjb3VudCBSZWNlaXZ)bGJlDQoJLy8gR(VuZXJ)dGUgVGVtcG9y$XkgRGVidA0KCSRiU1FMID0gIkRFTEVURSBGUk9NIGJpdF96ZGVidCI7DQoJJGRiLT5xdWVyeSgk$lNRTCk7DQoJJGJTUUwgPSAiSU5TRVJUIElOVE8g$ml0X3pkZWJ0ICIgLg0KCQkJIiBTRUxFQ1QgdHJ)bl9yZWx)dGl(ZV9pZCwgU1VNKGNyZWRpdCAtIGRl$ml0KSBBUyBk$yIgLg0KCQkJIiBGUk9NIGJpdF90cmFuc(FjdGlvbiBULCBiaXRfdHJ)bnN)$3Rpb(5faXRlbSBJIiAuDQoJCQkiIFdIRVJFIFQudHJ)bl9pZCA9IEkudHJ)bl9pZCBBTkQgdHJ)bl9yZWx)dGl(ZV90$WJsZSA9ICdiaXRfc3VwcGxpZXInIiAuDQoJCQkiIEFORCBjaGFydF9pZCBJTiAoU0VMRUNUIGNo$XJ0X(lkIEZST00g$ml0X(Fj$(91bnRf$())cnQgV0)FUkUgdHlwZV9pZCBJTiAoNiwgNywgOCkpIiAuIA0KCQkJIiBHUk9VUCBCWSB0cmFuX3JlbGF0aXZlX(lkIjsNCgkkZGItPnF1ZXJ5KCRiU1FMKTsNCgkvLyBFbmQgR(VuZXJ)dGUgVGVtcG9y$XkgRGVidA0KCQkNCgkvLyBHZW5lcmF0ZSBUZW1wb3J)eSBEZWJ0DQoJJGJTUUwgPSAiREVMRVRFIEZST00g$ml0X3pkZWJ0X(N1c3RvbWVyIjsNCgkkZGItPnF1ZXJ5KCRiU1FMKTsNCgkk$lNRTCA9ICJJTlNFUlQgSU5UTyBiaXRfemRl$nRf$3VzdG9tZXIgIiAuDQoJCQkiU0VMRUNUIHRy$W5fcmVs$XRpdmVfaWQsIFNVTS)kZWJpdCAtIGNyZWRpdCkgQVMgZGMiIC4NCgkJCSIgRlJPTSBiaXRfdHJ)bnN)$3Rpb(4gVCwg$ml0X3Ry$W5z$WN0aW9uX(l0ZW0gSSIgLg0KCQkJIiBXSEVSRSBULnRy$W5faWQgPSBJLnRy$W5faWQgQU5EIHRy$W5fcmVs$XRpdmVfdGFibGUgPSAn$ml0X(N1c3RvbWVyJyIgLg0KCQkJIiBBTkQg$())cnRfaWQgSU4gKFNFTEVDVCBjaGFydF9pZCBGUk9NIGJpdF9)$(NvdW50X(No$XJ0IFdIRVJFIHR5cGVfaWQgSU4gKDIpKSIgLg0KCQkJIiBHUk9VUCBCWSB0cmFuX3JlbGF0aXZlX(lkIjsNCgkkZGItPnF1ZXJ5KCRiU1FMKTsNCgkvLyBFbmQgR(VuZXJ)dGUgVGVtcG9y$XkgRGVidA0KLy8gRW5kDQoNCi8qDQppZiAoJGJVc(VyUmlnaHQgPT0gMSkgeyAvLyBBbGVydCB0byBvbmx5IEFkbWluDQoJJGJNc0N1c3RvbWVyID0gIi0gJiM(MDQwOy$jNjA3MDsmIz$wMzU7JiM(MDUwOy$jNjAzMTsmIz$wNzE7JiM(MDMyOy$jNjA3MTsmIz$wMjM7JiM(MDM1Oy$jNjAyMzsmIz$wOD$7JiM(MDM4Oy$jNjA3MDsmIz$wMT$7JiM(MDkxOy$jNjAyNjsmIz$wNDM7JiM(MDkxOy$jNjAzMjsmIz$wOTg7JiM(MDIwOy$jNjA4MzsmIz$wMzE7JiM(MDk4Oy$jNjA0MjsmIz$wNz$7JiM(MDQ0Oy$jNjA0NzsmIz$wMjA7PGJyLz4iOw0KCSRiTXNTdXBwbGllciA9ICItIC$jNjA0MDsmIz$wNzA7JiM(MDM1Oy$jNjAyMzsmIz$wOD$7JiM(MDM4Oy$jNjA3MDsmIz$wMT$7JiM(MDkxOy$jNjA1MDsmIz$wOTg7JiM(MDM1Oy$jNjAxNjsmIz$wMzc7JiM(MDk4Oy$jNjAxODsmIz$wMzE7JiM(MDkxOy$jNjAzNzsmIz$wOTg7JiM(MDE4Oy$jNjAyMDsmIz$wOTE7JiM(MDI(Oy$jNjA0MzsmIz$wOTE7JiM(MDMyOy$jNjA5ODsmIz$wMjA7JiM(MDgzOy$jNjAzMTsmIz$wOTg7JiM(MDQyOy$jNjA3NjsmIz$wNDQ7JiM(MDQ3Oy$jNjAyMDsmIz$wOTE7PGJyLz4iOw0KCSRiTXNJbnZlbnRvcnkgPSAgIi0gJiM(MDQwOy$jNjA3MDsmIz$wMzU7JiM(MDMzOy$jNjA4NjsmIz$wMzU7JiM(MDcxOy$jNjAyNTsmIz$wMjM7JiM(MDcxOy$jNjAzMTsmIz$wNTA7JiM(MDQ3Oy$jNjA5MTsmIz$wMzE7JiM(MDk4Oy$jNjA0MjsmIz$wNz$7JiM(MDQ0Oy$jNjAzNjsmIz$wMjU7JiM(MDk4Oy$jNjAyMzsmIz$wNzA7JiM(MDMzOy$jNjA3MTsmIz$wMjU7JiM(MDMyOy$jNjA4MjsmIz$wNDA7ICI7DQoJDQoJaW$gKHN0cmNtcCgkX1NFU1NJT05bImx)bmd1$WdlIl0sICJlbmdsaXNoIikgPT0gMCkgew0KCQkk$k1zQ3VzdG9tZXIgPSAiLSBUaGVyZSB)cmUgZHVlIGR)dGUg$3VzdG9tZXIgQWNjb3VudCBSZWNlaXZ)$mxlPGJyLz4iOw0KCQkk$k1zU3VwcGxpZXIgPSAiLSBUaGVyZSB)cmUgZHVlIGR)dGUgc3VwcGxpZXIgQWNjb3VudCBQ$Xl)$mxlPGJyLz4iOw0KCQkk$k1zSW5(ZW50b3J5ID0gICItIFRoZXJlIGFyZSBwcm9kdWN0cyBzaG91bGQg$mUgcmVvcmRlciAiOw0KCX0NCg0KCS8vIEN1c3RvbWVyDQoJJGJTUUwgPSAiU0VMRUNUIENPVU5UKCopICBGUk9NIGJpdF9pbnZvaWNlIEksIGJpdF9jdXN0b(1lciBDLCBiaXRfZW1wbG95ZWUgRSAiIC4gDQoJCQkJIiBXSEVSRSBJLmN1c3RvbWVyX(lkID0gQy5jdXN0b(1lcl9pZCBBTkQgRS5lbXBsb3llZV9pZCAgPSBJLmVtcGxveWVlX(lkICIgLiANCgkJCQkiIEFORCBmaW5)bF9w$WlkX(R)dGUgSVMgTlVMTCBBTkQgZHVlX(R)dGUgPD0gbm93KCkgQU5EIHRvdGFsX3ByaWNlID4gMCI7CQkJCQkgDQoJJGJDb3VudCA9IGdldF9zcWxfdmFsdWUoJG9f$(9ubiwgJGJTUUwpOwkNCglpZiAoJGJDb3VudCkgJGJNZXNz$WdlID0gJGJNc0N1c3RvbWVyOw0KCS8vIEVuZCBDdXN0b(1lcgkJDQoJDQoJLy8gU3VwcGxpZXINCgkk$lNRTCA9ICJTRUxFQ1QgQ09VTlQoKikgRlJPTSBiaXRfcHVy$())c(Us$ml0X3N1cHBsaWVyLGJpdF90cmFuc(FjdGlvbiAiLg0KCQkJCSAiIFdIRVJFIGJpdF9wdXJjaGFzZS5zdXBwbGllcl9pZCA9IGJpdF9zdXBwbGllci5zdXBwbGllcl9pZCIuDQoJCQkJICIgQU5EIGJpdF9wdXJjaGFzZS50cmFuX(lkID0g$ml0X3Ry$W5z$WN0aW9uLnRy$W5faWQgIiAuIA0KCQkJCSAiIEFORCBmaW5)bF9w$WlkX(R)dGUgSVMgTlVMTCBBTkQgZHVlX(R)dGUgPD0gbm93KCkgQU5EIGFtb3VudF9kdWUgPiAwIjsNCgkk$kNvdW50ID0gZ(V0X3NxbF9($Wx1ZSgkb19jb(5uLCAk$lNRTCk7CQ0KCWlmICgk$kNvdW50KSAk$k1lc3N)Z(UgLj0gJGJNc1N1cHBsaWVyOwkJDQoJLy8gRW5kIFN1cHBsaWVyDQoJDQoJLy8gSW5(ZW50b3J5DQoJJGJTUUwgPSAiIFNFTEVDVCBDT1VOVCgqKSAiIC4gDQoJCQkiIEZST00g$ml0X(ludmVudG9yeSBJbn$gTEVGVCBPVVRFUiBKT0lOIGJpdF9j$XRlZ(9yeSBDQVQiLg0KCQkJIiBPTiBJbn$u$(F0ZWdvcnlfaWQgPSBDQVQu$(F0ZWdvcnlfaWQgV0)FUkUgaXNfc(VydmljZSBJTiAoMCwgMikgQU5EIGlu$WN0aXZlID0gMCIgLiAiIEFORCB0b3R)bF9zdG9jayA8PSBvcmRlcl9wb(ludCAiOw0KCSRiQ(91bnQgPSBnZXRfc3FsX3Z)bHVlKCRvX(Nvbm4sICRiU1FMKTsJDQoJaW$gKCRiQ(91bnQpICRiTWVzc(FnZSAuPSAk$k1zSW5(ZW50b3J5Ow0KCS8vIEVuZCBJbnZlbnRvcnkNCgkNCn0gLy8gRW5kIGlmIEFsZXJ0IA0KKi8NCmlmIC)zdHJjbXAoJGJNZXNz$WdlICwgIiIpICE9ICIiKQ0KCSR0cGwtPnNldF9($XIoIlJlbWluZGVyIiAsICJSZW1pbmRlcignJGJNZXNz$WdlJykiKTsNCg0KJHRwbC0+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Note the part I highlighted in bold.
 
Old 03-16-2010, 08:52 AM   #4
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k oudom;
In the light of the comment from MTK*, please explain what you are trying to do.
 
Old 03-16-2010, 11:58 AM   #5
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I want to make some update logo. And check connection to the mysql database. Because I don't know the password. Why you ask me that much? Is it possible to decode this php code?
 
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Because I don't know the password. Why you ask me that much?
I asked you that because of the information in the post by MTK*. I thought the concern was obvious: The file state--in effect--that you are not allowed to try and crack into it, get in without a password, etc. If that is what you need to do, then LQ cannot help.

If you will clarify some things, we might be able to help:
1. What exactly is the file in question?
2. Is it proprietary?
3. When you say "decode", do you mean "run without a password"
 
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The part that I highlighted states that it is illegal to decode the file to a human-readable format, or to understand how it works.

(Proprietary software bastards!)
 
Old 03-16-2010, 12:23 PM   #8
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Ahem: Last I checked, there was no law against proprietary SW---in fact, I use it regularly and I also believe that proprietary and opensource can co-exist.

The only evil in proprietary is if the consumer is put in a position where they have no choice.
 
Old 03-16-2010, 12:51 PM   #9
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Well, it's kind of accounting system of my company. Yesterday, the accountant come to me and said that she want to delete some records in a table but she can't do it because some kind of error. So I try to go direct into database to delete those records but I don't know the password and the accountant said that she didn't know mysql password either because it was already setup for her to use.
 
Old 03-16-2010, 02:38 PM   #10
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Well, it's kind of accounting system of my company. Yesterday, the accountant come to me and said that she want to delete some records in a table but she can't do it because some kind of error. So I try to go direct into database to delete those records but I don't know the password and the accountant said that she didn't know mysql password either because it was already setup for her to use.
If this is code someone wrote for you, tell them what you want to do, and what error(s) you're getting.

If this is someone elses code that you're using, then if they say you're not allowed to reverse-engineer it, you're NOT. Respect the rights of the author, as you'd like yours respected.
 
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Regardless of any legal or ethical issues, when you are in a corporate environment, DO NOT start tampering with the SW that is put in place for you to use.

You and the accountant need to sit down with the people responsible for the relevant systems, software, etc.---i.e.: Work this through the established company channels--not under the table. (I'm assuming that you want to keep your job.....)
 
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We need to pay for them to come and fix it. Well, I'm getting tired. If you guys don't help me. Just delete this thread.
 
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If you guys don't help me.
We're not helping because it would be illegal do decode that PHP code to a human-readable format.
 
Old 03-16-2010, 09:12 PM   #14
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This is our system which already paid. It isn't illegal we change it to use for our company. We are responsible for licensing, not you.
 
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k_oudom;
Please know that we will do everything possible to help members with problems. In this case, I'm not sure that we are totally understanding each other with respect to what LQ can and cannot do.
Please contact me by private e-mail to discuss further. In the interim, I'm closing this.
 
  


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