I have been researching for a few days now, and have found no useful tutorials or guides on how to perform a decode of an ioncube encoded file by using xdebug.. Multiple SO post answers do not serve a starting place for a complete beginner.
One of the things that I am looking to get a better understanding of is how the Ioncube encoder works. Every time I get a.php file from someone else I have to encoder it. What is the purpose of it?
Once you install it, you will be able to perform a decode in Xdebug by using the xdebug_start_trace() function. You can then access the decoded source code by clicking on the file name in the source file list. The decoded version will be in a separate window.
I have disabled all the extensions in the phpinfo() and ran the demoe, located here:
I have set my PHP version to 5.5 with ioncube as the encoder.
I have configured all the xdebug settings. Even the filter for decoded files seems to be doing well. But I can't tell what file is being decoded. There is no file selected in xdebug. Either I have a PHP file with encoded source, or the xdebug filter is not working at all.
I have also been checking my live site and have changed the ioncube_encoder55 setting to ioncube_encoder65, but I can see no difference. The file I need to decode is not being decoded. This is just as bad as the previous experience.
IonCube is a filename encoder, not a decoder. It changes the file extension of an output file to.ioncube. In my case, the extension is.enc.php. When loading the enc file in xdebug, it is of course an encoded file and xdebug does not understand the source code.
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