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Saving Consistent data


 
rodrix I am deciding if to BUY or not your compiler.

Please kindly answer me the following questions:
I am a developer, so technical language is encouraged.

A) Is there a way so I can save data -such as user preferences- with your eBook Compiler?

1) Without using .INI files?

2) Using .INI files in a way that we won't have Windows Vista problems? (I read that there are VISTA problems using .INI with your compiler)

3) Is there a way to save the info on the registry? Without getting security problems with VIsta or XP? How?

And another question
B) I have secret information on .js files that need to be included in the eBook which I want to keep safe.
Please tell me more about the encyption algorithm used,
and if the .js file would get extracted into a temporary folder or if would be read from memory. (I am developer, please use technical language)

Thank you very much!!!!
If you can find a solution for these, your software is the BEST solution around. If not... unfortunately I'll have to pick another..

Thanks!


Posted on: 7:30 pm on December 1, 2008
rlemire Rodix;

The only way you can save data in the registry or in a "Vista" safe INI file is to use my HYPrLock / HYPrScript systems.

Activ E-Book stores all compiled eBook data in an accessible "Temp" directory. The Activ E-Book security system encrypts all HTML web pages -- but nothing else. Therefore pictures, videos, sound clips, flash content and "js" files are all vulnerable to outside scrutiny.

One way to secure some types of content is to build them into a PDF file and then use HYPrLock to secure the PDF content.

BTW: As a  developer, you should be aware the Activ E-Book is the only ebook compiler that has it's own robust scripting language.

Ron


Posted on: 7:09 am on December 8, 2008

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