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Subject:This is a horrible script, full of bad coding practices and c...
Summary:Package rating comment
Messages:2
Author:Moore
Date:2013-06-19 04:35:15
Update:2013-06-19 05:01:56
 

Moore rated this package as follows:

Utility: Bad
Consistency: Bad

  1. This is a horrible script, full of bad coding practices and c...   Reply   Report abuse  
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Moore
2013-06-19 04:35:15
This is a horrible script, full of bad coding practices and certainly doesn't belong on this site.

As soon as I saw all the pages with eval(base_64_decode( junk I knew this script was going to be a failure.

Although this script is badly protected with weak obfuscation (eval + base64) , hidden source code makes it really easy to hide your poorly written code, plus doing that to the code makes bugs extremely difficult for any users to find and fix themselves.

All your doing is making it harder for yourself.

You also have a bug in one file where you used base64 encode instead of decode... ?

eval(base64_encode('Q2xhc3MgX0FqY

I really hate to think how many other buys you have in your code, that no one else will be able to even find or help you with.

How will anyone be able to report a bug ? I guess you aren't interested in allowing other people to help.

You put a lot of work into it the class, but sadly wrecked it and made it unusable for anyone.

I hope this very bad class is deleted from this site and no one else has to suffer by trying to get this junk to work.

Good luck.


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Moore
2013-06-19 05:01:56 - In reply to message 1 from Moore
Not only is this script buggy, it also has a little stealth tracking built in to log users remotely.

<div class="header" a href="hzzp://romanshneer.info/pwsm/">
<img src="hzzp://romanshneer.info/pwsm/logo1.png" class="logo">
</a>

What information could you get from loading a simple remote image ?

- Users IP address, country location, browser, operating system, what sitre server the script is running on and more.

Now I understand why you've hidden all the code. What else are you hiding ?

I certainly wouldn't ever pay for a script that has tracking built in to monitor my activities while I'm using the script, on top of all the hidden code..