Simple, reliable, and inexpensive flash protection tool for web applications. Perfectly suited for flash games developers and not only.
Version: 7.2Flash Antidecompiler is much more than its name says, it prevents your data from being hacked by any existing decompilers actionscript viewers.
License: Free To Try $109.90
Operating System: Windows
It is the first and only tool developed with native Adobe AIR SDK and running in native Adobe AIR environment.
In other words, it is the cross platform tool and needs the same Adobe SDK that you use for developing your flash applications and does not depend on OS.
All Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux versions are supported.
Likewise, Flash Antidecompiler works with all Flash, AIR, and ActionScripts versions and protects all standard SWF web applications.
It provides all-in-one protection: protects both source code and multimedia content (images, audio, video, etc.), as well as literal strings, including passwords and system classes names, e.g. protects URLs of external content, and provides domain locking, password protection, and time locking.
Flash Antidecompiler IS NOT an obfuscator, and this means that it is free from any obfuscators disadvantages and week points.
This is a very efficient solution to ensure the integrity of your flash projects and prevent data from being stolen.
It can be acquired in demo mode (without a serial number it adds a watermark to your swf file), but if you are pleased by its abilities, you can purchase a serial number for the very low price.
It is interesting that demo mode is locked with the same algorithm that is used by Flash Antidecompiler itself.
From customers point of view, Flash Antidecompiler is a small and user friendly application that has the ability to easily and effortlessly protect SWF objects.
After performing a short and easy installation, it features a wizard based interface which will carry the user through the necessary steps for completing the data securing process.
This is very simple, without additional options to get you dizzy: just insert the file you want to protect, watch a preview of your file and press the "Done" button to save your SWF as a protected file.
Version 7.2: Performance issues