Plenty of script-driven apps, especially paid cms, encode their files in order to ensure that they will not be reverse engineered or tampered with. Most of them use an application called ionCube PHP Encoder to do that, so when you purchase a paid script and you wish to set it up in a website hosting account, a software instrument known as ionCube Loader must be present on the server. Without having it, you can't install the script or if you somehow manage to do this, it won't operate efficiently for the reason that almost all of the script code will be encoded to a degree where it can't be interpreted. In this light, you have to make sure that ionCube Loader is installed when you get a new website hosting account and you would like to employ some paid web app. If you get a shared hosting account and the tool is not present, it can't be added because the entire server PHP environment will have to be compiled again.

IonCube in Web Hosting

When you obtain a Linux web hosting from our company, it'll be created on our tailor-made cloud platform where ionCube Loader is already set up, so you won't have any problems to run any script app which needs the tool to function properly. Furthermore, we provide a few different versions of PHP, so if you switch the version, you need to enable ionCube again. Our platform remembers the adjustments you make, so when you switch back to the earlier version of PHP that was active for your account, ionCube Loader will already be activated. The PHP version as well as the ionCube instrument can be managed through the PHP Configuration section of our Hepsia web hosting Control Panel. Any adjustment that you do takes literally just a click and it takes effect instantly.

IonCube in Semi-dedicated Hosting

Because all of the semi-dedicated server accounts are set up on our advanced cluster platform and ionCube Loader is available on it, you will be able to use any script app that needs the software tool to run properly. With a couple of clicks in the Hepsia web hosting Control Panel you are able to activate or deactivate ionCube for the PHP version that is currently active for the account. Since we support several releases of PHP concurrently, you will have to do this each and every time you switch to a new release, and if you revert back to a version that you have already used, our system will remember your choice and ionCube Loader will already be active. When you have a couple of websites inside the same account and they need different releases of PHP, you will be able to create a php.ini file in every single domain folder and with several lines of code you are able to define both the PHP version plus the status of ionCube regardless of what is selected for the hosting account altogether.