September 21, 2011 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Nice, France - DComSoft team today is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of SWF Protector 4.0 for Mac OS X, which features numerous improvements ensuring even more stable and reliable SWF protection.
The main improvement to SWF Protector 4.0 for Mac is its new protection engine for ActionScript 3.0: SWF Protector 4.0 for Mac now encrypts ActionScript 3.0 from all known decompilers. In fact all protection methods were revised and made even more efficient. The changes were made to interface too. It is now easier to comprehend and even more friendly. The protection settings are straightforward and easy-to-use as well as the protection methods of new version of SWF Protector for Mac themselves.
About SWF Protector 4.0 for Mac in general:
SWF Protector is a highly reliable encryption solution, which will thoroughly protect Flash files from all kinds of SWF decompilers. SWF Protector fully protects ActionScript code, so your artwork is impossible to steal. It uses three different protection algorithms that allow SWF file playback in Flash Player, but conceal the source code completely.
Pricing and Availability:
Personal license of SWF Protector 4.0 for Mac is estimated at $39.95 (USD), Business License - $59.95, Company License - $299.95. DComSoft also offers SWF Protector for PC and SWF Protector for Linux (please note that all mentioned above improvements are related to Mac version of SWF Protector only, PC and Linux versions are not yet updated). Free codes for reviewers are available upon request - contact Marlon Baudet and request evaluation code.
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