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Thread: Free/Open Source SWF Encryption?

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    Free/Open Source SWF Encryption?

    Not sure this is the right place to ask this, but... Are there any free or Open Source SWF Encryption programs out there? And if so, which are best? Google hasn't been able to help me with this.

    From what I hear, kindiSoft has the best paid-for encryption product, but since I'm a micro business with a budget of about $0, I'd rather use a free solution...

    Thanks in advance.

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    So, can I take that to mean that there aren't any, or that I've asked in the wrong place?

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    I don't know that there's much interest in those products here.

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    have you tried this?

    I used this but needs to pay though.

    Source Obfuscation (*.as;*.mxml)
    Binary Obfuscation (*.swf)
    Command Line Interface
    String Encryption
    SWC file support
    Comment Directives (see manual)
    Compact Symbols (for file size reduction)
    Last edited by ayumilove; April 21st, 2012 at 05:58 AM.

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    Interesting tip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ayumilove View Post
    Thank you! That's exactly the sort of thing I was looking for, and couldn't seem to find via Google. You've already helped plenty, but if you happen to know of any other free obfuscators I'd appreciate knowing about those as well.

    Thanks again.

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    Amayeta has an old free one, I recently tested & compared several encryption tools & wrote down my results in this blog post http://www.reviewsuniverse.com/best-...tion-software/, hope it helps

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