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  1. Last updated 9/10/21 Features Simple Integrated countermeasures against file and memory analysis based decompilers. Add basic types of resources into the interpreter or other types as raw data. Define multiple programs to execute pre and post build. Create and include pe version information. User defined patches that can be implemented globally on the interpreter and compiler or selectively. Handles its own basic macro's as well as environment variables in most fields for easier path finding. Drag and drop configs (script bound or separate)
  2. Are you worried that script-thieves would steal all of your hard work?*(this UDF does not modify a compiled script in anyway) If yes, you are in luck, here's something little to prevent script-thieves from using your code: _DIAC (De-complication is a crime): This is a light-weight UDF which prompts the script-thieve to correct his/her mistakes, also contains a very useful Self-Destruct function..... Here are some highlight of this UDF: * Designed to lead script-thieve in the right path * Jam-packed with options * Also contains per-defined dialogs to use when your mind feels lazy *
  3. Is there a risk developing Super-Sensitive encryption software in autoIt?
  4. Hello, My Script send string frome both inputbox to server, but when somebody decompile my exe can see adres this serwer i want encryption this information and make this script harder for reading after decompile od something How can i do that ?
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