jmark aims to easily identify illegal Java programs containing unlicensed class files. jmark provides a practical way for encoding and decoding a digital watermark into/from Java class files. Encoding a program developer's copyright phrase as a watermark ensures the legal ownership of class files.
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Release Notes: This version features a code cleanup and array boundary checking to avoid segmentation faults.
Release Notes: Bugs were fixed for freeing allocated memory.
Release Notes: Several bugs have been fixed: manipulation of "lookupswitch" and "tableswitch", manipulation of large attributes, etc.
Release Notes: The input form was extended. Now you can specify the to-be-watermarked method (dummy method) by its name. Otherwise, you can also specify the method by its index number. This distribution includes both C source code and a Win32 binary.
Release Notes: A bug that caused jmark to crash when manipulating a large Java class file was fixed.