Piracy concerns (Are Storyline stories encrypted?)
Oct 03, 2013
I´m currently creating a language course and the company is investing quite a lot in stock photos, web design, etc. We are planning to deliver the course with an authenticated URL through a subscription based website, enabling only subscribed users to access the authenticated links to our flash, HTML5 and Ipad App courses. The authenticated links will expire shortly, stopping users from copying the link and "sharing" the courses.
From analyzing the output folder of the published Storyline projects I see that there are a few .swf files some JS files that probably connect everything together. (I might be wrong, I´m not a programmer).
My concern is how well encrypted are the published Storyline stories to protect them from decompilers?
Or are they encrypted at all?
If not, what solution should I look into to protect the published stories from decompilers accessing the .swf files and sharing them.
I really appreciate your help Heroes