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FlashIT! allows you to crack the protection of flash files (*.swf) so you can import them in Macromedia Flash.The are supported swf files created with third party flash enabled programs.Simply select a protected Flash SWF movie and choose the target deprotected one's name, the file cannot overwrite itself. It's been successfully tested with movies built with versions up to 5.Now FlashIt handles non-default protected headers through its FFMD (Freestyle Flash Movie Devastator) Engine and can remove password protections too.Ripping .swf files fromt the webThe .swf file is a HTML object, so it may be downloaded to be used; if you're using MSIE you can find a local copy of the file on your cache system directory, else you will have to get a site downloader like Teleport Pro. You can set up a custom download filter to get only the .swf files, or you can get the whole site to test the deprotected movie.FlashIt! UsageFirst of all, try to import your .swf file with the Flash editor; if you get an error mesage, it's time to sharpen your FlashIt! Run it and select the 'Deprotect Flash SWF file...' button; now choose the protected movie filename. If you obtain no error/info messages, it's all OK: write down the name of the deprotected file (which MUST NOT be the same name as the original file) and enjoy your deprotected movie.If FlashIt! can't find a valid protected header or a password, then it will prompt you about this and it will quit the deprotection session.Note: Some antivirus and antispyware programs flag ... as being infected/malware, although the application is perfectly safe and does not pose a threat to your system. This is called a 'false positive'. The term false positive is used when antivirus software wrongly classifies an innocuous ( inoffensive ) file as a virus. The incorrect detection may be due to heuristics or to an incorrect virus signature in a database. [Similar problems can occur with antitrojan or antispyware software.]

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