Unwrap Your Gift Today

December 20th, 2016 | By Jscrambler | 2 min read

Today we are pleased to announce a new, improved and more user-friendly version of our Blog. We’ve been eager to redesign it to give our visitors easier access to our blog posts, tutorials and tips. In addition to better access and overall design, we will share with you some great new resources.

To celebrate the holiday season and the launch of our new Blog, Jscrambler would like to offer you a very special gift this season - a 5% Off your purchase of any of Jscrambler's Protection Plans. You have up until the end of December to get this discount and you will be able to keep this benefit for as long as you are with us.

Know how to:

  • Detect and respond against tampering attacks that put your app integrity at risk

  • Enforce licensing agreements

  • Prevent competitors from stealing your code

  • Conceal the inner workings of your application

Don't miss this opportunity - Save up to 153$ on an Annual Plan!

Subscribe with the following link:
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Feel free to share this promotion with anyone who might be interested.

Happy Scrambling,
Jscrambler Team

Terms and Conditions:
- This offer applies only to new subscriptions.
- If you do not purchase your subscription through the link above, the discount will not apply.
- The promotion is limited to one purchase per account.
- This promotion is based on our current prices.
- Not valid in conjunction with other offers, promotions, sales and/or discounts.
- Current customers are eligible to this campaign through the purchase of a new subscription.
- This promotion is valid for a limited time only, available until the 31st of December, 11:59 PM (GMT).
- Jscrambler reserves the right to modify or cancel this promotion at any time.


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