New Release: secureSWF v3.4 100% Goodness

Your feedback has paid off, as we are proud to announce the availability of our new release of secureSWF. Like all point releases, the upgrade is free for all existing licensees!

secureSWF v3.4 Features:

  • Super Compression

You’ve asked and we have delivered! secureSWF can now reduce your SWF file size. In our labs, we’ve seen Flash SWF file sizes drop by 30%. This new feature can reduce the file size up to 10% by itself!

Unlike other obfuscators that just bloat the size of your SWF files, secureSWF can actually reduce your file size when using identifiers renaming, size optimization, and this new amazing feature.

This feature is available today and it’s free for all secureSWF users!

  • Complete AIR and SWC Files Support

secureSWF is proud to be the only protection and obfuscation product on the market fully supporting AIR and SWC files. What does that mean?

It means you can directly protect your whole AIR application from within secureSWF.  Say goodbye to the manual process of protecting each embedded SWF file and then fumbling to properly package the AIR application. secureSWF will automatically handle packaging and protecting your AIR application.

It also means you can now use all secureSWF’s features for SWC and AIR files too!

  • Uber-Detailed Configuration Rules

Previous versions of secureSWF enabled you to specify how your code will be obfuscated down to a single function or identifier. This is powerful, but we’ve heard from users that pinpointing individual functions and identifiers is very time consuming. Because of this, we’ve added the Rules tab.

Now, you can just tell secureSWF exactly what to do with all the code in an entire package, or a single class. Just write in the pattern and check the options you want to override. More details can be found here.

secureSWF in the Wild!

We recently found two worthy articles about Flash ActionScript theft, check them out:

Please spread the word!

More Resources:

New to secureSWF? Here is where you can get started:
http://www.kindisoft.com/secureSWF/getting-started.php

Want to know more about protecting IP in Flash apps? Check this white paper:
http://www.kindisoft.com/secureSWF/white-paper.php

Check it out:

Please try out the new release, we’re very excited about the new features and can’t wait to hear your feedback.

Demo Version:
http://www.kindisoft.com/secureSWF/ddownload.php

Professional Edition:
http://www.kindisoft.com/secureSWF/download_pro.php

Standard Edition:
http://www.kindisoft.com/secureSWF/download_standard.php

Personal-Lite Edition:
http://www.kindisoft.com/secureSWF/download_personal.php

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Sponsoring Flash on the Beach 09

fotb09 web badgeMake sure to visit our booth this year if you are attending Flash on the Beach 2009 Brighton. We’re in the middle of sponsors’ hall, so there is no way you’re going to miss us :)

Flash on the Beach is one of the few ‘must to go’ Flash conferences around. With nearly 50 of the world’s most talented speakers presenting over 3 full days and 1100 participants from over 30 countries around the world, Flash on the Beach this year will sure be the best Flash on the Beach conference yet!

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secureSWF Now Supports Alchemy

Now that there are a number of Alchemy projects out there, and some people are starting to use SWC libraries created using Alchemy, we’re happy to announce that secureSWF now supports Alchemy. It’s not that projects created using Alchemy need any obfuscation, Alchemy doesn’t leave much for an obfuscator to do, but Flash projects utilizing libraries created using Alchemy, such as JPEGEncoder, still do. And now you can obfuscate and protect such projects normally with secureSWF.

Besides that, we made the Advanced Code Transformation Configuration tool also available in secureSWF Standard edition due to the many requests we’ve received. And as always, the new build brings a number of bug fixes and enhancements based on the feedback that you are continuously lending us.

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