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steelwater
11-09-2005, 02:55 AM
is it posible to compile the jsfl scripts? or hide the actual script from users?

or how can i convert the jsfl script into dll using the c extensibility? or any other method....and after converting it into dll how will i be able to use it with flash?

is it also possible to convert it into mxp?

thanks.

hangalot
11-09-2005, 03:09 PM
is it posible to compile the jsfl scripts? or hide the actual script from users?
no
or how can i convert the jsfl script into dll using the c extensibility? or any other method....and after converting it into dll how will i be able to use it with flash?
can't, the dll provides other functionality you might need (think file level access, registry access)

is it also possible to convert it into mxp?
yes,

you can create a swf put the jsfl in there and using mmexecute execute it like that, but they can just decompile that again so...

senocular
11-09-2005, 03:10 PM
Macromedia can... well not compile them but obfuscate them.

hangalot
11-09-2005, 03:13 PM
there was talk of them releasing this service on the web, nothing ever came of it....

senocular
11-09-2005, 03:21 PM
I was wondering if they'd do something like that. Figured it never happened.

steelwater
11-10-2005, 02:13 AM
i see, thanks for the comments, i'll keep updated about this matter maybe macromedia will release something for it soon

androo_animator
11-10-2005, 02:47 PM
Im not sure how you are using your JSFL, but one workaround is to make your JSFL into a custom flash panel - that is, embed the jsfl into an swf using MMExecute().

You can then encrypt the swf using a tool such as SWF Encrypt 3.0

If you want to package to MXP there is a great, free tool at:
http://www.muzakdeezign.com/mxi_creator/about.asp

hangalot
11-10-2005, 03:49 PM
asv decompiles swf encrypt 3.0 very nicely.... as to the mmexecute i sggested that already...

androo_animator
11-12-2005, 01:19 AM
asv decompiles swf encrypt 3.0 very nicely.... as to the mmexecute i sggested that already...

Actually, I dont think ASV can: (http://www.flashincrypt.com/)

Current version can defeat last version of ASV 4.084 and other the most popular decompiler tools.

http://www.flashincrypt.com/images/effects_asv.gif

...and as far as I know the only updates to ASV 5.0 are some bug fixes and Flash 8 support.

I just opened a swf encrypt 3.0 encrypted swf in ASV 3.0...it's all unreadable garbage...