JavaScript Obfuscator Alternatives

    JavaScript Obfuscator is described as 'This webapp can obfuscate your JavaScript with various levels of protection, including: self-defending code, domain lock and debug protection. It's based on a open source (Node.js) project, so you can run on your own server if you like' and is an website in the Development category. There are six alternatives to JavaScript Obfuscator, not only websites but also apps for a variety of platforms, including Self-Hosted solutions, Node.JS, Mac and Windows. The best alternative is DomainLockJS, which is both free and Open Source. Other great sites and apps similar to JavaScript Obfuscator are Terser (Free, Open Source), UglifyJS (Free, Open Source), Closure Compiler (Free, Open Source) and Jscrambler (Paid).

    This page was last updated Jul 27, 2019

    1. DomainLockJS is a free code generator to protect your Javascript files by locking them to your domain. Prevent unauthorized use of your scripts and prevent them from running on unauthorized websites.
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Self-Hosted
      • Node.JS
      JavaScript parser, mangler, optimizer and beautifier toolkit for ES6+.
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Self-Hosted
      JavaScript minifier, beautifier, mangler and parser toolkit.
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    2. The Closure Compiler is a tool for making JavaScript download and run faster. It is a true compiler for JavaScript. Instead of compiling from a source language to machine code, it compiles from JavaScript to better JavaScript.
    3. With Jscrambler, JavaScript applications become self-defensive and resilient to tampering and reverse-engineering, while also providing visibility over client-side attacks, including DOM tampering, supply chain attacks, and customer hijacking.
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Self-Hosted
      The goal of JavaScript and CSS minification is always to preserve the operational qualities of the code while reducing its overall byte footprint (both in raw terms and after gzipping, as most JavaScript and CSS served from production web servers is gzipped as part of the HTTP...
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