SWF Protector allows you to encrypt your Flash movie and don't have a fear that your valuable artwork will be stolen. It uses four different protection algorithms that allow SWF file playback in Flash Player, but conceal the source code completely.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: Most of Flash developers and webmasters want to protect their Adobe SWF files from unauthorized use, but it becomes more and more difficult because of the different decompiling programs.
SWF Protector by DCOMSoft Company easily helps you to protect all of your SWF files from all kinds of SWF decomilers, no matter if you were using Flash or Flex technology.
It uses four different protection algorithms that allow SWF file playback in Flash Player, but conceal the source code completely.
It firmly protects both ActionScript 1/2 and ActionScript 3, so none of your files, either old or new, will stay unguarded.
There are four unique methods which are used to protect ActionScript:"Mask script" and "Mix script" for ActionScript2, SWF Protect and AS Obfuscate methods for ActionScript3.
Moreover, you will be able to encrypt all Action Script classes or select specific ones that contain most sensitive code.
SWF Protector can operate in two modes: simple and advanced. In Simple Mode SWF Protector can manage either one file or several ones in a batch at a time. In Advanced Mode only one file at a time may be processed with more prolific protection settings.
SWF Protector is very simple to use and very fast. It has shown lightning-fast speeds of SWF files loading, processing and saving.
AS3Obfuscator 1.1.1 Protect Flash AS3. ActionScript 3 obfuscator for Flash source code,protects Flash actionscript source-.AS and .FLA files,makes them very hard to understand,if decompiled. It's the
HL2 game source code thieves nabbed! Let's go back in time. The year is 2003. The source code for one of the most anticipated games of the decade, Valve Software's Half-Life 2, is stolen and posted online. Company CEO Gabe Newell has three words in response: "Well, this sucks", is all he can