Secure Flash files from decompilation
SWF Protector is a highly reliable ActionScript wrap solution, which will thoroughly protect your entire code from all kinds of SWF decompilers. SWF Protector protects ActionScript code in such way, that your artwork is impossible to steal. Various security SWF algorithms are involved in protection process. They allow protected SWF files playback in Flash player, but conceal the original code completely.
New version of SWF Protector 4.0 for Mac features an efficient totally new protection method for SWF files, which makes your work unreadable to all SWF decompilers.
- Benefit from OEM solution: obtain OEM license for SWF Protector and get double advantage by getting two license codes. The first will unlock all ActionScript security ways for you and the second will allow you to embed this SWF protection solution in your own software.
- Fail-safe SWF files protection: SWF Protector will firmly secure SWF files with ActionScript 1.0, 2.0 or 3.0, so none of your files will be left unprotected.
- Flash and Flex support: It doesn't matter which solution you were using to create your animation, because SWF Protector will lock SWF file created either in Flash or in Flex environment. Since version 3.0 SWF Protector supports Flash 10 including Flash CS5 files!
- High speed software: SWF Protector is an easy-to-use and fast tool. You can try it yourself in free demo. The demo limitations are very loyal and are not preventing you from testing the software capabilities in full.
- Linux 32-bit and 64-bit are supported. See manual for more detailed list of tested distributions.
Release date:May 19, 2010
- Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista/2008, 32-bit and 64-bit
- Windows 7, 32-bit and 64-bit
- Windows 8, 32-bit and 64-bit
Release date:June 22, 2010
- Mac OS X 10.4
- Mac OS X 10.5
- Mac OS X 10.6
- Mac OS X Lion (version 10.7)
Release date:September 21, 2011
reviewed by:John Smith "High operation speed: SWF Protector is simple to use and very fast. It has shown lighting-fast speeds of SWF files loading..."