Best tool/methodology/practise for Java code protection ?

Discussion in 'Java' started by exquisitus, Feb 20, 2005.

  1. exquisitus

    exquisitus Guest

    I'm writing a commercial engineering library and I am very uneasy about
    the apparent ease with which Java binaries are reverse engineered.

    I would like to hear from anyone who uses a tool (commercial or
    otherwise) for protecting their IP (in the form of source code) when
    they distribute their binaries. For obvious reasons, I am not interested
    in hearing from any vendor (or employee thereof) who will naturally be
    biased in favour of their offering. I will be most interested in hearing
    from people who have actually deployed binaries out there in the field,
    and are happy with their obfusucation/encryption tool, methodology or
    policies etc.

    MTIA
    exquisitus, Feb 20, 2005
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