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There are several different options... each with varying degrees of security, technical complexity, and cost. Entry level protection usually involves some kind of obfuscation which makes your code difficult to read / re-use - but not impossible. If this isn't enough you'll want to look into swf encryption... which raises the bar significantly. The last item worth mentioning is loading a swf from a protected source. You could also improve this last approach by loading your swf from _inside_ another swf. Here are some links to get your started.
Amayeta SWF Encrypt 6.0
irrFuscator ActionScript 3 Obfuscator
Security Through Obscurity: can you hide swf files on your website?
thanks very much for this link http://www.quilix.com/node/31
It sound interesting approach.I did also my costum .php and start playing with it.
But does the browser cache the .swf ?
Maybe somebody can retrieve it from cache?
hello my friends. I just found this project in google code.
What do you think about? Can i trust it to make some areas only accesible by admin?
Chimp is permission based filtering component for Adobe Flex and AIR. Applications implement Chimp by adding metadata within the Flex UIComponents. Based on the metadata it will remove components completely, enable/disable, and update visibility.