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  1. Hello what is the best way to secure autoit scripts right now? People say prebuild stripper in SciTE is not high secure. Other problem is if I use stripper in my program I use a lot of _Timer_SetTimer functions. After stripping timers not work. I seen this but now it not work https://www.elitepvpers.com/forum/autoit/2708576-release-tool-prevent-decompilation-your-autoit-code.html Next thing is https://www.pelock.com Is it better than stripper builded in SciTE and got more secure? Please write me ur knowledge about how to make scripts secure. I know its har
  2. Hello friends, today I am sharing a script I've been working on called secure interface module. It's a SSL encrypted Instant Messenger, with optional 4D Holographic Encryption. (See THIS thread for more info about DARTIS) To sign up for an account visit https://pdglobal.net (You will need to use a valid email) Script is attached, to use just extract and run SIM32.exe or SIM.au3 Warning: There might be bugs. This is an early alpha version, if you find something that needs fixed, please fix it if you can or report it here in the thread so I can look into fixing it. Downl
  3. Has anyone already worked on a WSS UDF yet? I'm interested in making a project involving WSS with the ASYNC autoit library like ratchetphp / Pawl in PHP. (using reactphp) ASYNC is a must, and obviously WSS. the problem with some libraries i've worked with in PHP are mainly issues with handshakes like improper peer name validation (for multi level certs) relevant links: https://tools.ietf.org/rfc/rfc6455.txt https://github.com/ratchetphp/Pawl /e i should note i'm not looking for hybrid workarounds, i want to do this in autoit alone. (no javascript)
  4. This function rewrite whole content of given file by defined (implicitly 0x0) character and finally delete it, it's called as secure deleting. This should be VERY fast!! Just note that there is no error checking inside FileWipe() Maybe I will post later also version with error checking. You can comment line FileDelete($sFileName) to see how it's rewritten before deletion. EDIT: There can be problems with too big files (>2GB or > amount of RAM) see post #8 by Kafu #include <WinAPI.au3> ; prepare testing file FileDelete('1.txt') FileWrite('1.txt','123abc') FileWipe('1.
  5. SPOILER ! Don't Post To Many "Don't use AutoIt - Learn another language" Type of Comments, I am just interested in knowing if Autoit is Capable of my Idea. I want to make a Simple "Flash-Like" Game. I have seen Game Projects with AutoIt on Youtube, and it got me interested. The problem i have with Flash is how easy people can access it...AND i don't want to learn Flash atm because i have fun with AutoIt. ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;This part is for explanatory Purposes ONLY ! ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; Inform me
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