How to encrypt your bash file?

Good afternoon. There is one PU, no longer supported by the developer. I redid it with the new version of OS and I would like to encrypt the installer from plagiarism and other dealers, that give someone else for your own. The installer as You could understand with the extension ".sh" example "install.sh" well, how can I encrypt it? Thank you for the answer
June 3rd 19 at 19:30
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June 3rd 19 at 19:32
Solution
Excuse me, but how much you altered in the PU, not to think of you as the one who appropriates other people's work?
And how there with the license?

Well, encrypt via openssl, but how to install the software you need without your personal involvement, the password will have to put in the sh file. That is, anyone can decipher the slightly strained.
I just finished her work with new versions of the OS and any side, not assign it yourself. Code open, PU is not licensed. - Augustus commented on June 3rd 19 at 19:35
So why encrypt if the code is open?

Well, as I said - try openssl - Jeff28 commented on June 3rd 19 at 19:38
June 3rd 19 at 19:34
Have no idea what the Poo, but the question immediately arises - how was licensed by the original? Maybe even Your revision is illegal, because the original author of such a right You have not submitted :)
No, development is not licensed - Augustus commented on June 3rd 19 at 19:37
Oops, really? Then I have bad news for You :) the Lack of a license means that the developer does NOT entitle anyone to anything. In the FreeBSD community, when I actively worked with was such a case. There was a small utility , there is something associated with ports (not TCP ports, and FreeBSD ports). Worked it for a Hindu. One day he decided that he puts on everything and goes into local analog of the monastery, license essno was not. The community some time butting, but then I realized that he was right not left anything :)

So, You only re-conduct all the work :) - Jeff28 commented on June 3rd 19 at 19:40

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