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David Anderson

Hi santhosh - There really isn't a way to protect your files--if someone wants the files, they'll find a way to get them.

Some users have included watermarks over their slides, videos and images. Another option would be to use Quizmaker to include passcodes to access content. While passcodes can prevent users from viewing the course, they won't do much to prevent someone from grabbing individual .swf files from your published folder.

I've seen some vendors create custom Flash movies that included scripts to prevent files from running on unathorized domains, but that often caused more friction for legitimate users.

For what it's worth, the music and movie industries are still trying to figure out the same issue