“Nulled” typically refers to software that has had its copy protection or licensing mechanisms bypassed or removed, often making it available for free or unauthorized use. This practice is generally associated with piracy and can have legal and ethical implications.

PHP scripts and applications are software programs written in PHP, a popular programming language used for web development. These scripts and apps can range from simple tools like contact forms to complex content management systems (CMS) and e-commerce platforms.

When a PHP script or app is “nulled,” it means that someone has tampered with the original software to remove licensing checks, registration requirements, or other security features that enforce payment or proper use. Nulled software is often distributed illegally through unofficial channels and websites.