How to Install PTC Evolution 4.5 Nulled Code on Your Website
PTC Evolution is a popular script for creating and managing a paid-to-click (PTC) website. PTC websites allow users to earn money by viewing advertisements or completing tasks. However, the original script of PTC Evolution is not free and requires a license to run. Some people may try to use a nulled code, which is a modified version of the script that bypasses the license verification, to run PTC Evolution without paying for it. However, using a nulled code is illegal and risky, as it may contain malware, errors, or backdoors that can compromise your website's security and performance.
In this article, we will show you how to install PTC Evolution 4.5 nulled code on your website, but we do not recommend or endorse this practice. We strongly advise you to purchase a legitimate license from the official website of PTC Evolution and support the developers who created this software. If you decide to use a nulled code, you do so at your own risk and responsibility.
Step 1: Download the nulled code
The first step is to download the nulled code of PTC Evolution 4.5 from a source that you trust. You can find many websites that offer nulled scripts for free or for a fee, but be careful as some of them may contain viruses or malware that can harm your computer or website. You should also scan the downloaded file with an antivirus program before extracting it.
One possible source of PTC Evolution 4.5 nulled code is [^1^], where you can download it for free after registering an account and replying to the topic. However, we cannot guarantee the quality or safety of this file, so use it at your own risk.
Step 2: Upload the nulled code to your server
The next step is to upload the nulled code of PTC Evolution 4.5 to your server using an FTP client such as FileZilla or WinSCP. You should create a folder on your server where you want to install the script, such as public_html/ptc or www/ptc, and upload all the files and folders from the extracted zip file to that folder.
You should also make sure that the permissions of the files and folders are set correctly. You can do this by right-clicking on each file or folder and selecting File Permissions or Properties. The permissions should be set as follows:
All files: 644
All folders: 755
Uploads folder: 777
Step 3: Create a database and import the SQL file
The third step is to create a database and import the SQL file that contains the structure and data of PTC Evolution 4.5. You can do this using a web-based tool such as phpMyAdmin or cPanel's MySQL Database Wizard.
To create a database, you need to enter a name for it, such as ptc_db, and assign a user and a password to access it. You should also note down these details as you will need them later.
To import the SQL file, you need to locate it in the folder where you uploaded the nulled code, such as public_html/ptc/install/database.sql. You can either upload it directly from your computer or select it from your server using phpMyAdmin's Import feature. You should also make sure that the format of the file is SQL and that the character set is utf8.
Step 4: Run the installation wizard
The final step is to run the installation wizard of PTC Evolution 4.5 by accessing your website's URL followed by /install, such as http://www.example.com/ptc/install. You should see a welcome page that asks you to agree to the terms and conditions of PTC Evolution. Since you are using a nulled code, you should ignore this and click Next.
The installation wizard will then check if your server meets the requirements for running PTC Evolution 4.5, such as PHP version, GD library, ionCube Loader, etc. If everything is OK, you can click Next again.