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Old 02-12-2006, 11:03 AM
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There are many tech minded people on here who can contribute to the building/development of this, thats why I posted it to start with That one was done with http://www.amayeta.com/ trial version. Would be nice to inform them of the lack of security in their software product. What decompiler do you use?

Seems server side access only is the way to go, and write the swf on the fly That cuts out any chance of gaining access to the files, unless they gained ftp access to the server
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Old 02-12-2006, 11:16 AM
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Are those the correct names?

I don't use a standard "Flash decompiler" but I did "decompile" the code.
I use my own method. It would not serve anyone telling the world how to "hack" a swf file, so if you don't mind I'll not make it public.

I got to go for for now: got to shovel snow... the northeast US is under a blizzard... :-(

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Old 02-12-2006, 11:20 AM
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Quote from Amayeta

“SWF Encrypt™ 3.0 encrypts your Macromedia Flash® SWF files, protecting them from the most popular Flash Decompiler Tools on the market! Secure your ActionScript today and prevent SWF Reverse Engineering and Decompiling.”


Well Done Frank.

Ken
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Old 02-12-2006, 11:39 AM
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so if you don't mind I'll not make it public.
Yes, they are correct
Don't mind at all, in fact I have a good idea how, as I have just done it myself now (didn't try before) Doesn't say much for their stuff does it

Keeping the files server side may give them the file names, but they would have no access to a none public folder on the server (before you say it, I know there are ways. But it ain't that easy)

This kind of testing is the only way we will ever be able to get something that will have as many closed doors as possible
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Old 02-14-2006, 01:39 PM
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Quite like the way this one turned out
http://www.chrishoggy.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/ex.swf
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Old 02-14-2006, 10:20 PM
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You decided to include both large and small in the SWF?

If you plan to use the swf method, then leave the big one in the server and load it as you were doing before. It was lightweight and very quick. This one weights a hefty 685Kb :-)

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Old 02-15-2006, 12:22 PM
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Yes, I will have larger images on server, once I can secure them in a way that blocks direct access. Is this viewer better than the other for size of restored image etc? It does seem a bit larger/clearer and you can change size of viewer .
If the no security version Here is wanted for general web viewing/web design etc, I'm happy to post a zip with the source files and instructions on putting on the web. It's only a case of sizing and naming your before and after images, then uploading them along with the swf file.
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Old 02-17-2006, 08:16 AM
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A strip you can slide along revealing a slice of restored image I think would be a nice method for viewing. I saw one similar that you slid back the old to reveal the restore, this time though to protect from screen grab I would just use a slice of reveal then at least you see a full strip and by sliding across get a full effect of the work you have done.
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