anti-decompile protection - protect your ea

Mar 13, 2013 at 15:17
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Member Since Mar 16, 2012   9 posts
Mar 13, 2013 at 15:17
Hello!

this topic was previosuly mentioned, but faded away...

So anybody know any good anti-decompile protection solutions?

So far i looked into fxi.net / mql lock, however they seemed not interested once it was established that they might have to analyse the the source code vs their encryption translation and are not even answering my mails anymore! They have a 'lazy' disclaimer on their website shirking them from any hard work if the translation does not work properly.

I also explored some other options, but no success.

I would be grateful for some recommendations or offers.

Thanks
Member Since Mar 16, 2012   9 posts
Mar 13, 2013 at 16:47
Correction - they finally did get back to me - still a work in progress!

However, as previously mentioned more solutions are still welcomed!
Member Since Nov 15, 2011   61 posts
Mar 13, 2013 at 19:14
I've used MQLLock, actually still do. Usually if your project doesn't work at all it is a coding error of your own. But MQLLock has been plagued by crashes with a couple of updates where it was quite a hassle to find the cause and update all clients :\

Still, it is an effective way to stop hackers for a while, it is however not 100%, given enough time, a skilled person with a lot of patience could do it.
When you fall you learn, then you get up and you try again until you master it.
Member Since Jan 29, 2013   4 posts
Mar 13, 2013 at 19:38
do you mean https://www.fxi.net? or wrong spelling ,the result is 'Click here to buy Fxi.net for your website name!'.
Martingale will be the safe and profitable systems.
Member Since Jan 29, 2013   4 posts
Mar 13, 2013 at 19:38
Alright.. found it. fx1.net https://www.mqllock.com.
How the result?Trial or premium?
Martingale will be the safe and profitable systems.
Member Since Nov 15, 2011   61 posts
Mar 14, 2013 at 08:11
Trial is only for 2 weeks, so you're gonna need premium the moment you go any further than testing phases.
When you fall you learn, then you get up and you try again until you master it.
Member Since Jan 29, 2013   4 posts
Mar 14, 2013 at 10:49
Jos,Do you have any good software or tools to protect our code?
Martingale will be the safe and profitable systems.
Member Since Nov 15, 2011   61 posts
Mar 14, 2013 at 12:01
hmm, basically, you have two options, that I prefer to combine:

1. get a good coder that can put part of the EA's logic server side (including authentication), part of the logic in a heavily obfuscated DLL, and just the bare necessities in the ex4 file.
2. use MQLLock to obfuscate the code and put most of it in a DLL.

Both work, for my EA's I combine them.
When you fall you learn, then you get up and you try again until you master it.
Member Since Mar 16, 2012   9 posts
Mar 14, 2013 at 17:09
wow Jos, very worrying that they sometimes have crashes while they try and update, potential clients EAs would be disabled during this down time to I would imagine. What was there response time to get things up and running again?

Do you know someone that can do your #1, as in:

1. get a good coder that can put part of the EA's logic server side (including authentication), part of the logic in a heavily obfuscated DLL, and just the bare necessities in the ex4 file.

Thanks
Member Since Nov 15, 2011   61 posts
Mar 15, 2013 at 09:05
yeah, it actually drops the EA from the chart and then closes MT4 completely...very nasty, but it is supposedly fixed in the latest version. I guess it just stimulates some creativity on the EA side to ensure the EA can deal with a crash. In my latest EA's I added an email notification to the accountholder that notifies him/her of the EA crash shortly after.

As for a coder, I'm one, but I'm way way waay too swamped with 'lucrative' work. You can check mql4.com to find another one though, just click on 'Jobs'. There are a few that could do this, just be sure to have it tested by a second expert before releasing the EA and expect to pay several hundred $$$ or more if you want the job done well. (I'd be >10k for the full package which is why you'd want to use mql4.com hehe...)
When you fall you learn, then you get up and you try again until you master it.
Member Since Mar 09, 2012   6 posts
May 15, 2013 at 09:58
search for mqlpatroit.
Member Since Mar 09, 2012   6 posts
May 15, 2013 at 09:59
Member Since May 11, 2013   4 posts
May 16, 2013 at 07:24
SAJ1011 posted:
Hello!

this topic was previosuly mentioned, but faded away...

So anybody know any good anti-decompile protection solutions?

So far i looked into fxi.net / mql lock, however they seemed not interested once it was established that they might have to analyse the the source code vs their encryption translation and are not even answering my mails anymore! They have a 'lazy' disclaimer on their website shirking them from any hard work if the translation does not work properly.

I also explored some other options, but no success.

I would be grateful for some recommendations or offers.

Thanks

Add to code over 2 Mb text in comment, and decompiler's stack crashed. Or add more crazy mathematical calculation.
Member Since Mar 09, 2012   6 posts
May 16, 2013 at 07:25
There's no anti decompile protection. Its how much you can hide into the dll and check summing tech.
And the protection should be manual programming task not auto. Hat's make mqllock bad choice.
Member Since Mar 09, 2012   6 posts
May 17, 2013 at 09:13
yellow posted:
Add to code over 2 Mb text in comment, and decompiler's stack crashed. Or add more crazy mathematical calculation.

The comments are not compiled into the ex4 files.
Member Since Mar 12, 2014   63 posts
Mar 23, 2018 at 12:22
Not these comments, THE Comment shown on the chart !
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