secureSWF 4.6 Build 3883
Protects SWF files from decompilers and reverse engineering
secureSWF can also be used to protect your Flash application against a variety of security threats by providing encrypted domain locking, encrypted loader creation, and literal strings encryption.
- All ActionScript Versions on Every Platform: secureSWF supports ActionScript v1, v2 and v3. And is available for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.
- Identifiers Renaming: secureSWF renames just about every identifier (including symbol instances names, and frame labels) in your ActionScript into shorter meaningless names that include illegal and unprinted characters.
- Smart Identifiers Selection: secureSWF automatically determines which identifiers are safe to rename and which are not making code obfuscation easier than ever.
- Decompilers Stopping Power: secureSWF stops all known decompilers and disassemblers using the following advanced mechanisms control flow obfuscation, dynamic code wrapping and statement-level randomization.
- String Encryption: secureSWF helps you protect your Flash and Flex application from variety of security threats by providing literal strings encryption.
- Code Optimization: secureSWF provides a number of code optimization techniques that you can use to produce smaller files and even faster code.
- Access Limitation: secureSWF limits access to your published SWF files through encrypted domain locks or encrypted loader creation.
- SWC Support: secureSWF supports pre-compiled Flash and Flex components files.
- Build Integration: secureSWF has XML project configuration files, a command-line interface, and even an Ant task to help you integrate obfuscation into your build process.
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What's New in This Release:
- Support for AIR 15: We now support all AIR versions. Including AIR 15 beta.
- Manual Activation: If you need to activate secureSWF on an offline, or behind a firewall, machine, you can now use the manual activation process. The new release can generate a Machine ID which you can use to acquire a Verification Key from the following page: http://www.kindi.com/verify-v4/
- Using your registration information, and the Verification Key, you can activate secureSWF without the need to connect to the activation server. Of course, this will only work on the machine which you have used to generate the Machine ID.
- The manual activation process can be done via the GUI or the CLI.