SourceGuardian

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: UkScrap

    UkScrap Ltd, is a UK-Based company providing matchmaking and lead generation services at a national level. SourceGuardian were approached to see if the SourceGuardian encoder could protect a system they had developed in-house in order to pass it to their own agents and resellers, protecting their intellectual property. This system,...

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: Intruder Consulting

    Intruder Consulting, a company based in Mexico, created aCube, a telecom software product that works with VoIP. SourceGuardian secures the PHP interface to prevent clients from running the application unless they have purchased the whole system, and it encrypts the PHP files, protecting the program by locking it to specific...

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: Blue Moon IT

    Blue Moon IT is based in The Netherlands and specializes in CMS/CRMsystems and specialty Internet software. World Enquirer is a completely web-based product which requires nothing more than a browser to run. This broad usage required security that would allow Blue Moon to license the product for use only on...

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: Vision Gate Portal

    Based in the U.S., Vision Gate Portal is one of the largest portal software companies in the world. After spending more than 18 months developing the software, the company knew that it needed a highly effective way to protect its source code. Otherwise, its investment would be at high risk,...

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: Web Sudoku

    Web Sudoku runs WebSudoku.com, the most popular Sudoku website on the Internet with 250,000 unique visitors daily. The company, which is based in Israel, runs in four different languages English, Spanish, German and French. Web Sudoku uses SourceGuardian to encrypt the PHP files that it provides customers as part of...

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: NixSpot

    NixSpot is a U.S.-based company that offers web hosting and web design services, including PHP programming. The owner of NixSpot, discovered SourceGuardian in 2006, and it has been the company's encoder of choice ever since. This is due not just to the software's performance and price, but also the support...

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: Applied Watch Technologies

    Applied Watch Technologies is based in the Chicago area of the U.S. and produces an enterprise security management suite which is used by the government and the military. As the first ever commercial management system for the open source Snort IDP, the company's flagship product the Applied Watch Command Center...

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: Tupiweb

    Tupiweb, a company based in Brazil, provides open-source webmail systems, which are used in more than 90 countries by hosting companies and access providers. A complex system that can be highly customized by the client, Tupimail allows users to access their e-mails anywhere, and it works with many formats and...

    Provided By SourceGuardian

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: Logic Research Labs

    Logic Research Labs, which is based in India, creates intranet enterprise healthcare-related applications. The CTO of Logic Research Labs, personally evaluated at least five different PHP encryption tools from open source to the costliest one on the market. The company chose SourceGuardian to safeguard its PHP codes because it determined...

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: Sam Granger

    Sam Granger is an independent developer/programmer based in The Netherlands who freelances as a programmer for clients all over the world. Granger tried another PHP encryption product, but after they discovered SourceGuardian, they decided to use it exclusively. They found it easier to use and received excellent service from SourceGuardian's...

    Provided By SourceGuardian

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: NSDesign

    NSDesign is a web design and consultancy firm located in Scotland. Its key product is NSBuilder, an online site builder and content management system for small to medium companies that need to produce a website quickly and affordably. The company has been involved in the development and management of more...

    Provided By SourceGuardian

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: Cube Evolution

    Cube Evolution is a UK-based software company that produces custom software and web designs. As originally designed, however, the CMS software was not secure. Any customer who purchased the system could easily see the source code and take any of the programming language, leaving the company vulnerable to software theft....

    Provided By SourceGuardian

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: UkScrap

    UkScrap Ltd, is a UK-Based company providing matchmaking and lead generation services at a national level. SourceGuardian were approached to see if the SourceGuardian encoder could protect a system they had developed in-house in order to pass it to their own agents and resellers, protecting their intellectual property. This system,...

    Provided By SourceGuardian

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: Intruder Consulting

    Intruder Consulting, a company based in Mexico, created aCube, a telecom software product that works with VoIP. SourceGuardian secures the PHP interface to prevent clients from running the application unless they have purchased the whole system, and it encrypts the PHP files, protecting the program by locking it to specific...

    Provided By SourceGuardian

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: Blue Moon IT

    Blue Moon IT is based in The Netherlands and specializes in CMS/CRMsystems and specialty Internet software. World Enquirer is a completely web-based product which requires nothing more than a browser to run. This broad usage required security that would allow Blue Moon to license the product for use only on...

    Provided By SourceGuardian

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: Vision Gate Portal

    Based in the U.S., Vision Gate Portal is one of the largest portal software companies in the world. After spending more than 18 months developing the software, the company knew that it needed a highly effective way to protect its source code. Otherwise, its investment would be at high risk,...

    Provided By SourceGuardian

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: Web Sudoku

    Web Sudoku runs WebSudoku.com, the most popular Sudoku website on the Internet with 250,000 unique visitors daily. The company, which is based in Israel, runs in four different languages English, Spanish, German and French. Web Sudoku uses SourceGuardian to encrypt the PHP files that it provides customers as part of...

    Provided By SourceGuardian

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: NixSpot

    NixSpot is a U.S.-based company that offers web hosting and web design services, including PHP programming. The owner of NixSpot, discovered SourceGuardian in 2006, and it has been the company's encoder of choice ever since. This is due not just to the software's performance and price, but also the support...

    Provided By SourceGuardian

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: Applied Watch Technologies

    Applied Watch Technologies is based in the Chicago area of the U.S. and produces an enterprise security management suite which is used by the government and the military. As the first ever commercial management system for the open source Snort IDP, the company's flagship product the Applied Watch Command Center...

    Provided By SourceGuardian

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: Tupiweb

    Tupiweb, a company based in Brazil, provides open-source webmail systems, which are used in more than 90 countries by hosting companies and access providers. A complex system that can be highly customized by the client, Tupimail allows users to access their e-mails anywhere, and it works with many formats and...

    Provided By SourceGuardian

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: Logic Research Labs

    Logic Research Labs, which is based in India, creates intranet enterprise healthcare-related applications. The CTO of Logic Research Labs, personally evaluated at least five different PHP encryption tools from open source to the costliest one on the market. The company chose SourceGuardian to safeguard its PHP codes because it determined...

    Provided By SourceGuardian

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: Sam Granger

    Sam Granger is an independent developer/programmer based in The Netherlands who freelances as a programmer for clients all over the world. Granger tried another PHP encryption product, but after they discovered SourceGuardian, they decided to use it exclusively. They found it easier to use and received excellent service from SourceGuardian's...

    Provided By SourceGuardian

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: NSDesign

    NSDesign is a web design and consultancy firm located in Scotland. Its key product is NSBuilder, an online site builder and content management system for small to medium companies that need to produce a website quickly and affordably. The company has been involved in the development and management of more...

    Provided By SourceGuardian

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    SourceGuardian Case Study: Cube Evolution

    Cube Evolution is a UK-based software company that produces custom software and web designs. As originally designed, however, the CMS software was not secure. Any customer who purchased the system could easily see the source code and take any of the programming language, leaving the company vulnerable to software theft....

    Provided By SourceGuardian