YAK Pro - Php Obfuscator
YAK Pro stands for Yet Another Killer Product.
Free, Open Source, Published under the MIT License.
You just have to download the zip archive and uncompress it under the PHP-Parser subdirectory, or make a git clone ...
Currently, yakpro-po only works on 1.x branch of PhpParser. A new 2.0 PHP Parser has been released with a different API, and drop support for PHP < 5.4 Unfortunately, This new branch is the default one. Please use : git clone --branch=1.x https://github.com/nikic/PHP-Parser.git
The yakpro-po.cnf self-documented file contains many configuration options! Take a look at it!
Demo : yakpro-po demo.
Prerequisites: php 5.3 or higher, PHP-Parser 1.x.
Note: This tool has been written in order to obfuscate pure php sources. it is not intended to be used with html and embeded php inside (you may try to deactivate statements shuffling...). You can still embed html within php using the echo <<<END ... END; syntax!
What is Php Obfuscation?
When you have a php project you want to distribute, as php is a script interpretor, you distribute also all the sources of your software!
You may want, for any reason, that other people do not understand, modify, or adapt your software.
As your software must be understandable by the php runtime, but needs to be very difficult to understand by human people, obfuscation is a very good way to achieve this goal.
YAK Pro - Php Obfuscator Obfuscation Main Features:
Why Yet Another Php Obfuscator?
I began testing some already existing php obfuscation tools, but I did'nt find one that was fitting all my needs. I wanted a simple command line tool, based on a highly customisable config file, that would be able to:
So I started to write this tool. Version 1.0 has been written within a few days...
Note: This setup is also valid for Windows 10 Anniversary with bash installed... 1. Prerequisites: git and php-cli (command line interface) packages. on ubuntu: (adapt according your linux distribution) # apt-get install git # apt-get install php5-cli do not forget to install all other php modules that you are using within your software: for example: apt-get install php5-mysql if you are using mysql... 2. Navigate to the directory where you want to install yakpro-po (/usr/local is a good idea): # cd /usr/local 3. Then retrieve from GitHub: # git clone https://github.com/pk-fr/yakpro-po.git 4. Go to the yakpro-po directory: # cd yakpro-po 5. Then retrieve from GitHub: # git clone --branch=1.x https://github.com/nikic/PHP-Parser.git 6. Check that yakpro-po.php has execute rights, otherwise: # chmod a+x yakpro-po.php 7. Create a symbolic link in the /usr/local/bin directory # cd /usr/local/bin # ln -s /usr/local/yakpro-po/yakpro-po.php yakpro-po 8. You can now run yakpro-po # yakpro-po --help # yakpro-po test.php Modify a copy of the yakpro-po.cnf to fit your needs... Read the "Configuration file loading algorithm" section of this document to choose the best location suiting your needs! That's it! You're done!
yakpro-po Obfuscates according configuration file! (See configuration file loading algorithm)
yakpro-po source_filename Obfuscates code to stdout
yakpro-po source_filename -o target_filename Obfuscates code to target_filename
yakpro-po source_directory -o target_directory Recursivly obfuscates code to target_directory/yakpro-po (creates it if it does not already exist).
yakpro-po --config-file config_file_path According to config_file_path.
yakpro-po --clean Requires target_directory to be present in your config file! Recursivly removes target_directory/yakpro-po
Configuration file loading algorithm:
(the first found is used)
--config-file argument value YAKPRO_PO_CONFIG_FILE environment variable value if existing and not empty. filename selection: YAKPRO_PO_CONFIG_FILENAME environment variable value if existing and not empty, yakpro-po.cnf otherwise. file is then searched in the following directories: YAKPRO_PO_CONFIG_DIRECTORY environment variable value if existing and not empty. current_working_directory current_working_directory/config home_directory home_directory/config /usr/local/YAK/yakpro-po source_code_directory/default_conf_filename if no config file is found, default values are used. You can find the default config file as an example in the yakpro-po.cnf file of the repository. Do not modify it directly because it will be overwritten at each update! Use your own yakpro-po.cnf file (for example in the root directory of your project) When working on directories, context is saved in order to reuse the same obfuscation translation table. When you make some changes in one or several source files, yakpro-po uses timestamps to only reobfuscate files that were changed since the last obfuscation. This can save you a lot of time. caveats: does not delete files that are no more present... use --clean command line parameter, and then re-obfuscate all!
Other command line options:
(override config file settings)
--silent do not display Information level messages. --debug (internal debugging use) displays the syntax tree. -s or --no-strip-indentation multi line output --strip-indentation single line output --no-shuffle-statements do not shuffle statements --shuffle-statements shuffle statements --no-obfuscate-string-literal do not obfuscate string literals --obfuscate-string-literal obfuscate string literals --no-obfuscate-loop-statement do not obfuscate loop statements --obfuscate-loop-statement obfuscate loop statements --no-obfuscate-if-statement do not obfuscate if statements --obfuscate-if-statement obfuscate if statements --no-obfuscate-constant-name do not obfuscate constant names --obfuscate-constant-name obfuscate constant names --no-obfuscate-variable-name do not obfuscate variable names --obfuscate-variable-name obfuscate variable names --no-obfuscate-function-name do not obfuscate function names --obfuscate-function-name obfuscate function names --no-obfuscate-class_constant-name do not obfuscate class constant names --obfuscate-class_constant-name obfuscate class constant names --no-obfuscate-class-name do not obfuscate class names --obfuscate-class-name obfuscate class names --no-obfuscate-interface-name do not obfuscate interface names --obfuscate-interface-name obfuscate interface names --no-obfuscate-trait-name do not obfuscate trait names --obfuscate-trait-name obfuscate trait names --no-obfuscate-property-name do not obfuscate property names --obfuscate-property-name obfuscate property names --no-obfuscate-method-name do not obfuscate method names --obfuscate-method-name obfuscate method names --no-obfuscate-namespace-name do not obfuscate namespace names --obfuscate-namespace-name obfuscate namespace names --no-obfuscate-label-name do not obfuscate label names --obfuscate-label-name obfuscate label names --scramble-mode identifier|hexa|numeric force scramble mode --scramble-length length ( min=2; max = 16 for scramble_mode=identifier, max = 32 for scramble_mode = hexa or numeric) --whatis scrambled_name retrieves original symbol from obfuscation context. (usefull for debugging your code when you give away obfuscated code, and keep the same obfuscation context). Tip: do not include the $ symbol, or use \$ because $ has special meaning in shell. -h or --help displays help.
YOU MUST BE AWARE OF THE FOLLOWING:
If your obfuscated software makes use of external libraries that you do not obfuscate along with your software: if the library consists of functions: set the $conf->obfuscate_function_name to false in your yakpro-po.cnf config file, or declare all the functions names you are using in $conf->t_ignore_functions example : $conf->t_ignore_functions = array('my_func1','my_func2'); if the library consists of classes : set the $conf->obfuscate_class_name, $conf->obfuscate_property_name, $conf->obfuscate_method_name to false in your yakpro-po.cnf config file... ... or declare all the classes, properties, methods names you are using in $conf->t_ignore_classes, $conf->t_ignore_properties, $conf->t_ignore_methods. This is also true for PDO::FETCH_OBJ that retrieves properties from external source (i.e. database columns).
Hints for preparing your Software to be run obfuscated
At first you can test obfuscating only variable names... If you obfuscate functions, do not use indirect function calls like $my_var = 'my_function'; $my_var(); or put all the function names you call indirectly in the $conf->t_ignore_functions array! Do not use indirect variable names! $$my_var = something; or put all the variable names you use indirectly in the $conf->t_ignore_variables array! Do not use PDO::FETCH_OBJ but use PDO::FETCH_ASSOC instead! or disable properties obfuscation in the config file. If you use the define function for defining constants, the only allowed form is when the define function has exactly 2 arguments, and the first one is a litteral string! You MUST disable constants obfuscation in the config file, if you use any other forms of the define function! There is no problem with the const MY_CONST = something; form!
Except for the statements shuffling obfuscation option, the obfuscated program speed is almost the same than the original one. $conf->shuffle_stmts is set to true by default. If you encounter performance issues, you can either set the option to false, or fine tune the shuffle parameters with the associated options. You must know that the lesser the chunk size, the better the obfuscation, and the lower your software performance! (during my own tests, the maximum of obfuscation costs me about 13% of performance) You can tune it as you wish!
Дата публікації: 19:36 01.09.2017