SCRAMBLECODE is a security-oriented programming language that produces strongly encrypted code, which can be safely distributed and executed anywhere. It provides strong protection against software attacks - e.g. attempts to crack End-user software or compromise Enterprise back-end functionality.

SCRAMBLECODE makes it pointless for a cracker to debug or disassemble your program, because the secret classes and functions of your program do not exist nor execute as native instructions.

SCRAMBLECODE is very flexible and applicable for the protection of

How It Works.

SCRAMBLECODE uses a unique Single Target Compilation technology: It compiles your secret source code into strongly encrypted bytecode based on private virtual assembler instructions only known by your compiler. The bytecode is protected by multiple layers of encryption and finalized by adding a signature for public key authentication.

SCRAMBLECODE executes the code using complex in-memory virtual machines, which can only load and execute bytecode that originates from you, and it encrypts the memory storage during execution.

The compiled bytecode and the generated library files embedded with your public key may be redistributed royalty free.