If you are reffering to my PHP Proxy work (or any other proxy actually), no, you can't. Original poster's concern is related to visibility of graphical source code distributed and loaded onto server. Proxy is only hiding, not replacing your server.Just two ideas. First is to make loader (pre-launch application) which can decode/decompress proprietary format into Tersus format just prior server is started. Afterwards, pre-launch can delete such files unless they are locked by the system. However, some interception is still possible.Another idea is to use virtualization, where Tersus server is running under virtual file system which can be read only by the Tersus server. However, I'm not aware of such existing virtualization software where only specified application can read specified content.I think you got picture, and possible some new ideas too.
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