[osflash] security question...
romouz.zahrawi at gmail.com
Wed Jul 5 08:38:30 EDT 2006
hello guys..im so thankfull for the help you provided...im truely reliefed
you know, i felt confused when the mannegere first told me to do it from the
inside of the flash cuz someone told him it is possible!
so thnx again
you are the best
On 7/5/06, Darren Cook <darren at dcook.org> wrote:
> > i need your help on this... i have several SWF files that function
> > to create some online training course yet i have a problem...it's that
> > mannager wants me to make these files inaccessible offline -meaning that
> > doesn't want these files to get cached ar at least stay in the client's
> > more than it should-!
> You may be able to stop caching by configuring your web server to send
> no cache headers with all swfs (I've not tried, don't know how). Note:
> even if it worked it would only stop caching for most people: if someone
> really wants a copy they will find a way to get one (*).
> Anyway the usual method to stop swf files being useful offline is to
> have them check the local IP address when they start up, and if it
> doesn't match your server then refuse to run.
> *: At first I thought the Flash 9 binary socket idea would work, but it
> could be got around with a network packet sniffer (though it'd be hard
> work, especially if the swf was sent encrypted).
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