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Decompiler and Brander for FoxPro and Visual FoxPro
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Level III - dynamic modification of runtime modules and compression of applications

refox-III   If compiled executable is unencrypted, it can be compressed for distribution, then it must be decompressed to run on target PC and the code can be decompiled easily. If compiled executable is encrypted, the compression is ineffective which brings problem of distribution.
With Level III of ReFox XII the encryption and compression are combined into one step. No additional library files or support DLLís are required to run the application, only the standard RT module is used and it is modified on the fly when loaded into memory. EXEs are compressed to 25% of original size and decompressed into memory only when run. The application is protected by modified encryption method to disable ReFox and other decompilers from decompiling the code.

Level III supports Visual FoxPro 6, 7, 8 and 9 EXEs, DLLs and COM Servers(exe, dll)

Level III enables calling another protected application from within compressed executable
               - .app and .fxp files can be compressed  new

Level III protection has been improved to resist crackers methods
               - code injection, databases modifications,  FileToStr() abuse etc...   new

 

Level II+ - dynamic modification of runtime modules

refox-II+ The necessity of distribution of modified runtime module was a disadvantage of Level II.
With Level II+ of ReFox XII the standard RT module is used and it is modified on the fly when loaded into memory. The application is protected by modified encryption method to disable ReFox and other decompilers from decompiling the code.

Level II+ supports Visual FoxPro 6, 7, 8 and 9 EXEs, DLLs  and COM Servers(exe, dll)


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