I have read about this class and logic scrambeler and wonder if anyone has had a chanse to evaluate and test this? I would like to see a source code example to make sure that this tool can proove to be useful! So if anyone has an encoded class file, I would love to have them share it with me, so I may see if I will get my money worth! Thank you
jango fett Welcome to the Java Ranch, we hope you�ll enjoy visiting as a regular however, your name is not in keeping with our naming policy here at the ranch. Please change your display name to an appropriate name as shown in the policy. Thanks again and we hope to see you around the ranch!! As for your question, obfuscators have been discussed quite a bit. Try to do a search for previous posts - you should get plenty of results.
Joined: Jun 19, 2002
As for the initial question I asked, the examples dont address that. If you or someone would like to take a stab at what their algorithms do, I would like to hear that. I am not asking a simple question here, but rather would like to know the methadology behind their encoding techniques. Of course I can't get the algorithm, or they wouldn't have a product! So I would like to see a code example and make sure a ten year old can't hack it! As for the name, I might go change it.
Joined: May 10, 2001
Originally posted by jango fett:
As for the name, I might go change it.
Cool, then we might not lock your account
Joined: Jun 19, 2002
Dear Dave, In response to your comments, I can only say this: "you are quite the ass pirate" An in response to your unintelligent reply to my initial question: Please never reply to another person if all you wish to do is waste our time. I was asking a question, not starting a idiot session My Deepest regards, Jango
As far as Dave's initial response, it is his job as a Bartender to make sure that people conform to the JAVARANCH policies. And he is also showing you a nice feature of this site by pointing out that there is a Search Tool that you can use. Try not to be so immature. Stop looking down on people so much. No matter how intellegent you are, name calling does not reflect that.
Jango, JavaRanch doesn't have too many rules but you have managed to violate two of them in the short time you have been here: 1) You must use your real name 2) Courtesy is required We are all Java developers here trying to learn and to help each other. I have closed your account. If you wish to return to JavaRanch and promise to behave then you will be welcomed back. Otherwise there are plenty of forums on the internet where this type of behavior is considered acceptable.
hello javaranch community, i am sorry if i offended anybody. i was mostly just joking around. i have been looking around the site a lot today, and i am very impressed with all of the great information to be found. i am very glad i found javaranch. let's start over and be friends. ok? ok.
Joined: Jan 30, 2000
Sounds good. But to be honest, "j fett" really isn't very convincing as a "real" username. Why not change it to something that, well, looks like a real name? We'd all be much happier that way. Many of us actually do believe this ultimately helps us have a more professional-looking environment here. Thanks. As for your original question, sorry, I haven't used any obfuscators in ages. Hopefully someone who has will offer an opinion. In the meantime it wouldn't surprise me if some of the obfuscators out there have some sort of "demo" option available for you to see how well they work.
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com