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How could I password my .exe so no one can decompile them

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How could I password my .exe so no one can decompile them

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When you use the compiler there is an option to add passphrase. There is also an option to not allow decompiling.


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When you use the compiler there is an option to add passphrase. There is also an option to not allow decompiling.

just so you know, people have found an exploit to decompile scripts compiled with autoit.... but yes use what he said to make a password, and also if this is a program you wish only to share with friends or special members of a website, add a password to the .zip you upload it in, these passwords can be cracked, but it's hard to do and most people dont know how, so inside of a .zip that's passworded makes it much safer

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Thank you guys


Once my friend told me that he had found Jesus. I thought to myself, "Woohoo, we're rich!" It turns out he meant something different.Sometimes I just like to lay in my bed and look up at the stars and wonder..where the hell did my roof go?

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