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- Posted by: Gregory White
- Posted on: September 12 2006 06:11 EDT
- compared to other java objfuscators by Hank Li on September 12 2006 19:25 EDT
- Who needs obfuscators? by Carlo Luib-Finetti on September 13 2006 04:06 EDT
what are the advantages of this one?
In the Java world community which is dominated by Open Source products: who really needs obfuscators? Who has "intellectual properties" to defend (and himself uses the communities open source)???
Well if you want add some security to your custom classes packed in jar, obfuscator is needed. For example, some banking stuff.
If you are doing "some banking stuff", I would hope that you trust your client and that your client trusts you. Basically, your point has no value. That is a completely different problem domain.