Message from discussion Encryption for Executables?
From: "MikeD" <nob...@nowhere.edu>
Subject: Re: Encryption for Executables?
Date: Wed, 1 Jun 2011 23:00:49 -0400
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"BeeJ" <nos...@spamfree.com> wrote in message
> David Kaye wrote on 2011/06/01 :
>> Does anybody have a recommendation (that is EXPERIENCE) with a low-cost
>> or no-cost encryption or compression program to encrypt an executable? I
>> want to make it hard for someone to decompile a program I've worked many
>> years creating.
> I wrote my own Crypt/Decrypt. It uses MS Encryption APIs in some very
> unique ways that I cannot tell you about. But if you think about it, you
> too can do something similar by thinking outside the box.
> So how would the user decrypt?
> Built in to the installer?
> Separate decryptor?
This coming from a person who has to ask questions about everything...most
of which he could find the answers to if he just put in some time and
You're not even in the ballpark about what's he's talking about. Granted,
David didn't really use the right term either.
Do a google search on "obfuscation".