Archive for October 2008 | Monthly archive page
Modifying or replacing a DLL is one way that a hacker can gain access to your protected application. If you’re using the Nitro-LM solution with the DLL client, or even if you’re only interested in protecting your own DLLs, the solution provided here should prove useful to you. For our purposes, we’ll focus on how you can code your application to prevent tampering on the nitrolm.dll inside a C++ application.
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Doug McCune, world renowned expert on Adobe Flex/AIR and recently published Author, recently put on a presentation in England regarding decompiling SWFs. He covered many of the free and commercial applications used for both compiling and decompiling SWFs, and also the benefits/issues with obfuscation and encryption.