Admitting you have decompiled your own script with a 3rd-party decompiler.
The against the law part shows that they have some sort of a sense of humor... -wraith808 (December 05, 2013, 03:48 PM)
It looks as though some have discovered a way to prevent AutoIt from being decompiled. (Although you are not allowed to talk about that on the AutoIt forum.)-vbmark (December 05, 2013, 02:43 PM)
Obfuscation (as practiced by Obfuscator and as demonstrated in the snippets posted above by the OP) has never and will never be a problem. All that is changed is the script itself. Altering an already compiled exe to prevent decompilation is also not a problem - several threads have been allowed showing how this might be done. However, we are certainly not going to to give official blessing to anything which might act in such a manner - it is for the individual to test them and decide whether they are suitable. And as has been already been pointed out, mentioning decompilation is best avoided here - a good reason for the results of any such tests to remain private. What is a problem is altering the AutoIt3.exe or Aut2Exe.exe executables - that is against the EULA.
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