Absolutely not. We never have and we never will. We are fundamentally against encrypting source code, as it undermines the value proposition of our extensions.
We aim to provide extensions that are durable, extensible, and manageable, and encrypting source code not only introduces additional dependencies, it creates an inherently distrustful relationship between vendor and client. We understand the issues of piracy and theft, as we are frequently impacted by those actions, but we will not punish law-abiding, paying customers for the actions of a few bad actors.
If you come across stolen copies of our products, please notify us via email at email@example.com.