is there any way to protect sound samples, which i would like
to present on my page?.. i understand loading mp3s via
Sound.loadSounc() method, but flash is not strong against
decompiling.. only way i know to put mp3 path is via .swf parameter
- load directly from given path or give to flash some id and load
mp3 from some php (or whatever) script.. but if somebody crack my
swf, reads address from script - my mp3s could be downloaded too
my first idea how solve this problem was make two .swfs. one
public, loaded on page, second "secret" hidden from http. first
clip would load second one.. but im not sure, if one clip can load
second clip "locally" on server.. :s
I try to protect my audio files, mp3, using PHP script, which
send in header
header("Last-Modified: ".gmdate("D, d M Y H:i:s")." GMT");
header("Cache-Control: no-store, no-cache,
header("Cache-Control: post-check=0, pre-check=0", false);
this won`t cache the mp3 file, and I can play it in Flash
under FF, or Opera. But if I want to play this PHP script, aka mp3,
in Flash under IE, there is problem. No sound. Nothing is loaded.
Is it a bug of IE flash plugin? because when this works under
FF, it should work under IE too.
Please help me, or please release new version of IE flash
plugin with this support.
thx very much.