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corgano

What code? Were you told to remove it by a mod?


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trancexx

I wish I could say "bravo!". But I can't. This is just too obvious. Not to mention your little walk on the edge.

On the other hand, I see the way you code and it's really interesting.

All in all, you posted something not worth downloading - if I'm allowed to say. Am I?


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WolfWorld

I wish I could say "bravo!". But I can't. This is just too obvious. Not to mention your little walk on the edge.

On the other hand, I see the way you code and it's really interesting.

All in all, you posted something not worth downloading - if I'm allowed to say. Am I?

Updated Control Flow. Decompiler does not work now. Confirm :D

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JScript

Just my opinion:

"In spite of everything that to be good to protect the scripts, we lost in speed and size;

All and any attempt of protecting a program from decompilation, results in a barrier that will always be passed...(Tom&Jerry);

It will be that it does be worthwhile to sacrifice speed and size?"

Software pays is very good, but the free softwares are always more elaborated and free from errors! And in the end, everybody ends up winning...

In every case, congratulations to you and your work!!!


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IchBistTod

I always get an error when running/compiling scripts I have used this on.

I get one error for an undeclared variable, and its always one letter long.


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WolfWorld

Just my opinion:

"In spite of everything that to be good to protect the scripts, we lost in speed and size;

All and any attempt of protecting a program from decompilation, results in a barrier that will always be passed...(Tom&Jerry);

It will be that it does be worthwhile to sacrifice speed and size?"

Software pays is very good, but the free softwares are always more elaborated and free from errors! And in the end, everybody ends up winning...

In every case, congratulations to you and your work!!!

:D still if you think, there is still some people, some people. Out there still using Autoit to write there work for sale. This is very important for them, and you MAY lose speed BUT you will also LOSE SIZE.

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WolfWorld

I always get an error when running/compiling scripts I have used this on.

I get one error for an undeclared variable, and its always one letter long.

Don't tick Rename Variable.

Obfuscator + Rename Variable + Assign = Death

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FreeBeing

Thanks a lot :D

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Skrip

Awesome stuff! Will definitely use this!

EDIT: ....if I could get it to work. I unchecked everything i could, and setup the files at the bottom, and clicked the button. The output program couldn't run. It would just open an empty command prompt.

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WolfWorld

Awesome stuff! Will definitely use this!

EDIT: ....if I could get it to work. I unchecked everything i could, and setup the files at the bottom, and clicked the button. The output program couldn't run. It would just open an empty command prompt.

You need to use it on a au3 File. Not the compiled file.

Anyway something is wrong can I have the script you are using (you may Obfuscate it before you send it if you want).

I'm working on a big project for my friend right now, before he gets fire.

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Shark007

Even though I placed V2 into the Obfuscator directory,

it is unable to find the Obfuscator program.

All was fine when testing 1.x

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AoRaToS

I tried it...

I was happy when I saw a 70Kb smaller .exe file after compression...

But running it showed an undeclared variable -1 error, and running the .au3 shows:

(1397) : ==> Variable used without being declared.:

$BJB = $DG.ExecQuery($BGX, $DYE, $KH + $ETE)

$BJB = ^ ERROR

If it had worked I would have used it allot :/

Hope you can fix it...

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WolfWorld

I tried it...

I was happy when I saw a 70Kb smaller .exe file after compression...

But running it showed an undeclared variable -1 error, and running the .au3 shows:

(1397) : ==> Variable used without being declared.:

$BJB = $DG.ExecQuery($BGX, $DYE, $KH + $ETE)

$BJB = ^ ERROR

If it had worked I would have used it allot :/

Hope you can fix it...

Object is NOT support. Everything that is not supported by Obfuscator will not be support by Eat Spaghetti. For my easier life. Still in the future that may happen.

Updated to 2.1, Fix Unable to find Obfuscator.

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