In case the executable we protect is a run-time file from a multimedia tool such as "Authorware", " Director", "Flash", "FoxPro", "Toolbook" we have to be more careful because what this program usually does is only to load a script.
Someone can create a new projector executable that can run the protected executable's script bypassing the protection.
Our new product is aimed at providing full protection for the Director v.6.5 and v.8.0, as well as Flash v.5.0, v.6.0 and v.7.0 applications using a highly innovative approach, without any effort from the developer.
There are 2 levels of protection for application developed with Multimedia Developing Tools:
01. The new innovative approach (High protection)
LaserLock Special Encryption Method (applies only to Director v.6.5 and v.8.0, as well as Flash v.5.0, v.6.0 and v.7.0).
The application has to be delivered to LaserLock.
We will protect the EXE-file and we will encrypt the script files (dxr, dcr or swf).
The protected executable decrypts the scripts on-the-fly in the memory before using them. There are no decrypted files on the hard disk during this process.
02. Standard approach (Medium protection)
a. LaserLock Implementation
We will send you a library according the development tools you use and a sample code "how to call LaserLock functions".
You will add it in to your program and you will choose the behavior of the application in case the authentication fails.
You can also pass a parameter to the calling script. The script that is called is checking that the parameter is correct.
b. LaserLock No-implementation
You will protect your EXE-file via our online tools or you will send the EXE-file to us via e-mail to be protected.
You will pass a parameter to the calling script. The script that is called is checking that the parameter is correct.