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How did obfuscater get the "Lock" icon?

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I'm using the latest stable release, and all the decompile options are gone.

I guess there is no more need to password protect anything anymore with built in security.

How did they lock it? I want to lock my scritps like that too.

I used the search with no luck so far...

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SmOke_N

I'm using the latest stable release, and all the decompile options are gone.

I guess there is no more need to password protect anything anymore.

Obfuscator is not a compiled script though, how did they lock it? I want to lock my scritps like that too.

I used the search with no luck so far...

I'm not sure what you mean by "lock", but I'm going to assume you mean you tried to decompile it, and it won't let you. The obfuscator used (written by Jos) is written in another language.

Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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Jos

I'm using the latest stable release, and all the decompile options are gone.

I guess there is no more need to password protect anything anymore with built in security.

How did they lock it? I want to lock my scritps like that too.

I used the search with no luck so far...

Obfuscator always had an "lock" icon but the latest versions have the Ico that George created and is a merge of the autoit3 Ico and the lock Ico.

Now what exactly are asking here ?

Jos


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Oldschool

Obfuscator always had an "lock" icon but the latest versions have the Ico that George created and is a merge of the autoit3 Ico and the lock Ico.

Now what exactly are asking here ?

Jos

I thought it meant something other from what it actually does.

I thought it was a password protected script, and you can't view the source.

Now, rumor has it you can decompile from the latest version, and I just trying to get the jist of how to lock my script.

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SmOke_N

I thought it meant something other from what it actually does.

I thought it was a password protected script, and you can't view the source.

Now, rumor has it you can decompile from the latest version, and I just trying to get the jist of how to lock my script.

I answered that in post #2.

Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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