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In swf file that hide AS in "BinaryData" Object, couldnt view ActionScript.
Is there a way to view it?
Sorry about my English
You can export BinaryData to file with FFDec.
If such binarydata is SWF file, you can open it in FFDec.
Otherwise FFDec can't do anything about it.
It is not a bug. FFDec just cannot execute ActionScript which decodes BinaryData.
In the file, there are 2 binaryData objects.
Data from these objects are unpacked in function "Ldr1.up"
This function does following: (symbolic code)
It just takes two hex characters and converts it to one byte of output.
You can create an unpacker for it.
Yes, or just dump unpacked swf from memory (since your swf can be played - there is no any
domain or local run checks), as I wrote in section "Dynamic unpacking (dumping)" of my