Archive for November 2008 | Monthly archive page
In part two, we cover using the Asset Encrypter to encrypt AIR module swfs. This demo also contains a before and after look at the code using a decompiler.
In this two-part article, I’m going to run through a quick demo of how to protect the source code in an AIR app from decompilers using the Nitro-LM module encryption technique. Nitro-LM is a hosted licensing solution that can be enabled in your flex/AIR app for a nominal fee per license.
So what do you do when your company ships out thousands of CDs with License String Codes that are *not* printed properly?
Easy – post some advice on your support site telling customers to “guess” the final digits on the license string to get the software to work… Classic!