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    License to protect your php files

    I made a php script. What is the license type that i can use so they are only allowed to edit the config.php file and nothing else unless the pay royalties?

    'They' - i mean the people who download the script

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    Well you can create your own license agreement, not sure about what premade ones you can find out there. I'd advise you to encode your files though. Especially with online scripts I wouldn't expect everyone to be very honest towards your license and unless your script has a high monetary value (in which case you should definately encode it) I wouldn't expect it to be worth it to undertake legal actions and asking the webhost will only work until they've found another webhost to put their stolen scripts on.

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