Background and history

Unlisc is MarkzCorp's scripting engine.

Unlisc was designed at first to be one simple meta (scripted) program engine, which was first released in 2009. In 2016, one extremely simplified version of Unlisc was released to the general public, free of charge, in a DEMO version, combined together with Unlico.

At the present, Unlisc includes the original scripting engine plus an integrated IDE for full compiling capabilities and encoded code generation for MarkzCorp's Safe Virtual Machine, which is also the foundation for our safe browsing engine, Unlibot.

Key features

"Unlisc" is a shortening for "unlimited script", and it was designed to be the ultimate way to safely run encoded commands, locally or remotely.

Unlisc most important features aren't available in the DEMO version, because its entire list of features is very vast.

If you are looking for Unlisc's FULL list of features, click here.


At the present, there are only GUI Unlisc DEMO versions, for 32 bit MS Windows and GTK based Linux systems.

The FULL version, however, is available for pretty much any hardware architecture and operating system in the market.

Most of the FULL versions are GUI based but some SERVER versions are available in command-line mode.

Related products

The simplified Unlisc version available in the DEMO COMBO is embedded onto pretty much every other MarkzCorp product, for instance: Unlico, Unlich, Unlift and others.

The FULL version is available as a standalone scripting machine, combined together with Unlico and, at customer demand, combined with Unlich. This version is also natively embedded onto Unlibot.

Try it

In March 2016 we've release to the general public, the first demonstration version of Unlisc.

There are no standalone Unlisc DEMO versions available, but you can download Unlisc and Unlico COMBO DEMO versions here.

Learn it

The commands that can be run in Unlisc DEMO are available in the software itself by issuing "list".

You can learn how to use this version of Unlisc (and Unlico) by watching our set of seven video tutorials, where you will be introduced to all that matters, from the basics to advanced features (available in this DEMO version). Afterwords, if you find yourself in trouble while using it, you can check for more information on Unlico's help section or search for it and discuss about it (with other users and our staff) in our Knowledge Base.

If you are a customer that needs assistance in the FULL command list, or in need for training in advanced scripting or safe code compiling related issues, please:
  • Refer to your Technical Documentation (provided together with your product).
  • Get in touch with your exclusive tech support team.
  • Contact your local MarkzCorp sales representative.
  • Get in touch with our international team (click here).


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