Runtime Module pytransform¶
If you have realized that the obfuscated scripts are black box for end
users, you can do more in your own Python scripts.In these cases,
pytransform would be useful.
pytransform module is distributed with obfuscated scripts,
and must be imported before running any obfuscated scripts. It also
can be used in your python scripts.
This is raised when any pytransform api failed. The argument to the exception is a string indicating the cause of the error.
Return how many days left for time limitation license.
>0: valid in these days
-1: never expired
If the obfuscated script has been expired, it will raise exception and quit directly. All the code in the obfuscated script will not run, so this function will never return 0.
Get license information of obfuscated scripts.
It returns a dict with keys:
- expired: Expired date
- IFMAC: mac address bind to this license
- HARDDISK: serial number of harddisk bind to this license
- IPV4: ipv4 address bind to this license
- DATA: any data stored in this licese, used by extending license type
- CODE: registration code of this license
The value None means no this key in the license.
PytransformErrorif license is invalid, for example, it has been expired.
Return a string, which is specified as generating the licenses for obfucated scripts.
PytransformErrorif license is invalid.
Get hardware information by hdtype, hdtype could one of
HT_HARDDISK return the serial number of first harddisk
HT_IFMAC return mac address of first network card
PytransformErrorif something is wrong.
Constant for hdtype when calling
Copy those example code to any script, for example foo.py, obfuscate it, then run the obfuscated script.
Show left days of license
from pytransform import PytransformError, get_license_info, get_expired_days try: code = get_license_info()['CODE'] left_days = get_expired_days() if left_days == -1: print('This license for %s is never expired' % code) else: print('This license for %s will be expired in %d days' % (code, left_days)) except PytransformError as e: print(e)
More usage refer to Using Plugin to Extend License Type
Though pytransform.py is not obfuscated when running the obfuscated script, it’s also protected by PyArmor. If it’s changed, the obfuscated script will raise protection exception.
Refer to Special Handling of Entry Script