New Release: secureSWF v4.6

While we’re getting close to launching secureSWF v5.0, we felt we should ship a couple new features and bug fixes today through a minor version update. To get the new update, you need to download the new version from the following link:

Download secureSWF v4

The new release, v4.6 Build 3883, has the following changes:

1. Support for AIR 15:
We now support all AIR versions. Including AIR 15 beta.

2. Manual Activation:
If you need to activate secureSWF on an offline, or behind a firewall, machine, you can now use the manual activation process. The new release can generate a Machine ID which you can use to acquire a Verification Key from the following page:

Using your registration information, and the Verification Key, you can activate secureSWF without the need to connect to the activation server. Of course, this will only work on the machine which you have used to generate the Machine ID.

The manual activation process can be done via the GUI or the CLI.

secureSWF Manual Activation

secureSWF Manual Activation

3. Enhanced Protection Against Decompilers:
As we frequently do, the new build also updates the protection mechanisms we use to prevent decompilers from generating anything useful or running at all. We recommend that you re-run your apps through the new version and publish an update.

4. Better String Encryption Performance:
We’ve enhanced the performance of the string decryption routine, which runs every time your code accesses an encrypted string. This means your app will now perform a bit faster if you are using string encryption. The enhancement applies to both RC4 and AES algorithms.

5. Bug Fixes:
We’ve fixed an issue with String Encryption advanced selection dialog in the GUI. We’ve also fixed almost all reported crashes. Please keep sending crash reports. We rely on them to make secureSWF more stable and reliable.

Please let us know if you have any comments or suggestions. We’ll highly appreciate your feedback!

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secureSWF v4.5 – Revamped AIR Support

We’re super excited to announce the new version of secureSWF. We finally went the extra mile and completely ditched AIR SDK for repacking and resigning protected AIR files.  With secureSWF v4.5, protecting AIR and APK files is just as straightforward as regular SWF files.

If you still have your update plan running, this release is completely free of charge!

Download secureSWF v4

The new update builds upon v4.0 100 new features and rocks with new code protection techniques, major enhancements to Export to Ant utility, and a few GUI tweaks to make it even easier to use. The changes are:

  1. Eliminated the need for Flex or AIR SDKs. secureSWF can now sign AIR and APK files all by itself.
  2. Internal certificate for signing AIR and APK files when none is provided.
  3. Generate AIRI from AIR files and vice versa.
  4. Ability to protect native desktop AIR apps.
  5. Protection options have been enhanced to crash all the latest decompilers.
  6. Packages, classes, and non-private members are excluded from renaming in SWC files by default.
  7. Export to Ant now generates separate rules for protection options and renaming options.
  8. Fixed inconsistent results when protecting with GUI and then exporting to Ant.
  9. OS X 10.9 and Windows 8.1 support.
  10. Fixed retention of save each file as in Windows.
  11. Fixed relative path issues on Mac.
  12. Rules list in the configuration options tab got redesigned.
  13. Added search for literal strings.
  14. GUI now saves maximized state.
  15. Fixed finding main SWF file in AIR and APK apps containing spaces in their names.
  16. Export to Ant utility now saves the latest used location.
  17. Fixed “Unable to parse the engine output” issue.
  18. Added ability to activate secureSWF from Ant.
  19. Fixed applying renaming values in configuration rules.
  20. Fixed all reported crashes which we were able to regenerate.
Revamped Rules Browser

Revamped Rules Browser

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Announcing Our All New secureSWF

secureSWF v4.0 is now available with over a 100 new features and enhancements. The product of more than two years of coffee-fueled coding, this important release brings the industry’s favorite ActionScript obfuscator and SWF encryptor to a whole new level with:

  • secureSWF v4Fast, robust, and lightweight engine
    Get much more done, much faster!
  • Reworked identifier renaming
    More aggressive, safer, cross-file, and incremental!
  • Improved code protection
    Laugh as all recent decompilers choke on your code!
  • 22 options for code optimization
    Includes method inlining!
  • 15 options for SWF file optimization
    Most optimizations preserve graphics quality!
  • Fast RC4 or extra-secure AES
    Two encryption modes for strings and domains!
  • Hassle-free domain locking
    Include URLs and subdomains using wildcards!
  • Encrypted loader protects all SWF assets
    Crash decompilers and confuse memory scanners!
  • And a whole lot more
    Reworked command line interface; full-fledged Ant integration; Ant script export from GUI; native GUI for Windows, Mac, and Linux; Flex SDK identification; lightweight JSON-based project files; support for Amazon AIR apps … and the list goes on.

Take The Video Tour.

Check out what’s new in this quick 3-minute video tour.

Download secureSWF v4 Now.

Download the demo version and take secureSWF’s 100 new features for a spin today.

Download secureSWF v4

Let Us Know How We Did. Please. We’re Begging You.

Here at Kindi we’re excited to put down the coffee cups, stretch our legs, and unleash what we think is the hands-down-best solution for protecting your Flash and Flex work. So, please take a moment to download secureSWF v4, fire it up, and tell us what you think. Or if everything’s perfect, call us anyway and chat we could use a little human contact after being shut up in our offices for the past two years. But whether we hear from you or not (which makes us sad just thinking about it), we hope you love this new version as much as we loved cooking it up for you.

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