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The last line performs an eval() of function v78ZFAX() given the two parameters like so: eval(v78ZFAX($vFHLJ89, $vIIJ30Y)); That first parameter is the part that takes up the bulk of the code. It is assigned all that random-looking garbage, with . concatenating all those strings together into one long string: $vFHLJ89 = ...


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You've answered the question yourself. You're trying to implement DRM to prevent users from getting the video off the device. In practice there is little you can do to prevent this. There will always be ways to copy the stream, even intercepting the stream (it has to be displayed on the device at some point right?). So the only thing you can do is make it ...


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That's a remote command shell for a server that's probably been hacked, and you should consider the server compromised. You would be wise to suspend everything it hosts, audit all code on the machine and rebuild it / replace it. Remote users who probably control this script can force it to issue any command by posting "CODE" that's base64_encoded (that sent ...



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