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I was thinking of creating a permission file with only a few keys, each key being crypted with a seperate crypt key, and then crypting the entire file afterwords.

I have'nt tried it yet, but was wondering some of your takes, if this is possible, or if its a good idea, if not a good idea, what problems could I encounter. or if the extra work of security would be a waste of time?


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I was thinking of creating a permission file with only a few keys, each key being crypted with a seperate crypt key, and then crypting the entire file afterwords.

I have'nt tried it yet, but was wondering some of your takes, if this is possible, or if its a good idea, if not a good idea, what problems could I encounter. or if the extra work of security would be a waste of time?

whatever encryption you use or security you apply, AutoIt3 is an interpreter and as such requires valid source to be able to run it.

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