How to use
screnc.exe default.htm defaultenc.htm
It would output to a file called defaultenc.htm.
- Clinick, Andrew (Aug 1999). "Script Encoding with the Microsoft Script Engine Version 5.0". Script Engine. Microsoft. Archived from the original on 2002-12-14.
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Security by obscurity is a bad, bad idea. Instead of encouraging that approach, Microsoft should educate programmers to find other ways to store their passwords and sensitive data, and tell them that an algorithm or any other piece of code that needs to be 'hidden', is just bad design
- Clinick, Andrew (Aug 1999). "Clinick0899.exe". Microsoft. Archived from the original (program) on 2002-12-14.
The command-line script encoder (screnc.exe) provides a simple mechanism for encoding HTML, ASP, SCT, VBScript, and JScript files. The Microsoft Script group developed it as an easy-to-use command-line tool that can be easily built into your existing deployment batch files
- Lee, Grey (Feb 15, 2012). "Windows Script Decoder". GitHub.
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