Release Notes: The usability and appearance of the Project Manager GUI have been improved. Now Project Manager feels more like a native application on Windows. Project directories can be selected using native filesystem browsers as well as by entering a path into the prompt on Windows and Mac OS X. Support for Windows 7 has been improved in Project Manager. There are other minor fixes and improvements.
Release Notes: Various usability enhancements in Project Manager GUI have been introduced. Configuration of Portable Firefox used for GUI on Windows has been updated. When product fails to run on 64-bit Linux, instructions are shown on how to install 32-bit libraries. Other small improvements have been introduced.
Release Notes: This release improves performance for projects with lots of files, greatly reduces memory consumption when processing very big source files, and provides no warnings regarding AUTOLOAD when using a modern system-wide Perl interpreter when using obfuscator directly from the commandline.
Release Notes: This release adds a unique String Browser tool which lists all string constants found in the code. It greatly helps when creating a list of exceptions. Directories with metadata from Git, Subversion, and Mercurial are now ignored when creating projects or browsing directories. An updated version of Portable Firefox (talking over named pipes with a Web server to avoid problems with firewalls on Windows) is now shipped with the tool in order to fix problems for some international users. The installer for Windows has been updated and now allows you to install the product to any program group.
Release Notes: The GUI has been improved on Mac OS X. Portable FireFox, used for the GUI on Windows, is now initialized in a better way. Some small improvements and fixes have been introduced.
Release Notes: Now international characters are properly converted to entities in text between markup inside HTML files. Issues have been fixed in support of protection of VBScript code only, between special delimiters.