To prevent the reverse engineering of script apps, many developers encode their program code with tools such as ionCube PHP Encoder and make it human unreadable. This is valid for paid applications in particular, as anybody could possibly use and change the unprotected code without paying the needed license fees. When you purchase web software encoded with ionCube PHP Encoder, you'll be able to use it without any problems as long as an instrument called ionCube Loader is a part of the web hosting server. This loader allows you to run encrypted files and you'll often notice it on the list of prerequisites for a particular script app to be installed. As the encoded files are already precompiled, they are generally executed much faster and this can increase the overall speed of your website.

IonCube in Shared Hosting

If you get a Linux shared hosting through us, it'll be set up on our tailor-made cloud hosting platform where ionCube Loader is already present, so you won't have any kind of problems to run any script app which needs the instrument in order to run appropriately. We also offer a few different versions of PHP, which means that if you change the version, you need to enable ionCube once again. Our system remembers the adjustments you make, and if you move back to the earlier version of PHP which was active for your account, ionCube Loader will already be turned on. Both the PHP version and the ionCube tool can be managed through the PHP Configuration part of our Hepsia web hosting Control Panel. Each adjustment that you do takes literally just a click and it takes effect at once.

IonCube in Semi-dedicated Servers

Since all of the semi-dedicated server accounts are created on our advanced cluster platform and ionCube Loader is available on it, you shall be able to use any script app that needs this software tool in order to run effectively. With just a few clicks in the Hepsia hosting Control Panel you are able to activate or deactivate ionCube for the PHP version which is currently active for your account. Because we support multiple versions of PHP concurrently, you will need to do this every time you move to a new release, and when you revert back to a release which you have already used, our system will remember your preference and ionCube Loader will already be active. If you have a couple of sites inside the same account and they require different releases of PHP, you will be able to create a php.ini file in each domain folder and with a couple of lines of program code you'll be able to define both the PHP version and the status of ionCube irrespective of what is selected for the website hosting account altogether.