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Can you decode this? Zend Encoder/SafeGuard

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Replied by ninjaxtreme on topic Can you decode this? Zend Encoder/SafeGuard

What is sought is that the variables are legible, seemingly obfuscated, so the decoding of Ioncube is correct, but the variables appear to be randomly generated, so the code cannot be read and it is not known what is happening there.

Previously, I saw that your excellent team decoded the script with its variables successfully, here is an example:

prnt.sc/q1o8st

prnt.sc/q1odnr


But this time I request the Ioncube decrypt service, the variables are obfuscated and cannot be read not knowing what happens there, here is the example of the work obtained:

prnt.sc/q1oewp

prnt.sc/q1ogcx


I appreciate your help so that obfuscated variables are readable and not random numbers and letters that do not allow you to read the code or know what happens there, I will pay for this work Dezender team thank you very much.
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Replied by DeZender on topic Can you decode this? Zend Encoder/SafeGuard

Hello,
What is certain is that it has been decompiled like this, so this layer of protection has no connection with "ionCube".
That's why the result is like this. ;)
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