[osflash] security question...
romouz.zahrawi at gmail.com
Wed Jul 5 09:49:11 EDT 2006
WOW ..thats it !
now i got it...thanx guys ..you rock...
million thanx over and over again:)
On 7/5/06, Jim Berkey <jim at jimbo.us> wrote:
> Here is a simple way to check for the url, and prevent a swf from running
> on desktop or any other url if retrieved from cache, as Darren suggested:
> Of course, since swf is an open file format, it is very
> difficult/impossible to absolutely protect swf content.
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> On 7/5/2006 at 2:38 PM Romouz Zahrawi wrote:
> hello guys..im so thankfull for the help you provided...im truely reliefed
> now...thanx alot..
> 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
> > togather
> > > to create some online training course yet i have a problem...it's that
> > the
> > > mannager wants me to make these files inaccessible offline -meaning
> > that he
> > > doesn't want these files to get cached ar at least stay in the
> > client's PC
> > > 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.
> > Darren
> > *: 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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