+ update 2020: WARNING - support of the decompiler is now VERY LIMITED. There are no active developers. This means we will NOT develop new features and/or fix most of bugs. We left the tracker running in case somebody from community would like to work on it. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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I think it would be nice if there is the option to use http://www.showmycode.com/ to
decompile the code. If it's checked the application send the swf to this page and shows
the code afterwards.
Therefore no more problems with deobfuscation for you.
Yes, there already is the option. Just launch your webbrowser and go to "showmycode.com".
Upload your file there.
I don't think users of FFDec would like to write Captcha image each time.
Look, we are programming our own flash decompiler. Why would anyone think we will just
throw away our AS decompilation algorithms and use some external proprietary decompilers?
If you think ShowMyCode is better, then you can use it. You can also use Sothink or
Thrillix if they give you better results. ActionScriptViewer is good in deobfuscation I
think. Maybe ShowMyCode uses one of these decompilers on background, nobody knows. Maybe
they even use FFDec...
I also don't like that the SWF files are uploaded to an external site. We don't know what
ShowMyCode does with the SWFfiles. We just can't trust it. Sorry.