Security :: Prevent Others Hacking And Viewing Secure Code?

Apr 24, 2010

I will have my site on a shared hoster. Whats the best way to prevent others hacking and viewing my code? The code I most want to secure is in usercontrols and some more code is in class modules. Or do I secure the whole site? I also here some encypting code tools cant handle sophisticted code. Also does encryption slow down code and make the site harder to manage...

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