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This object type is not readable for human. Why should it? It is intended for a computer and not for a human. I've never seen this kind of security. Is this general dev stack? It looks very safe. I doubt that this is primary a security feature. My guess is that they use some higher level development tool which just generates this kind of stuff. ...


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No. People with vested interests and deep wallets have put countless man-hours into solving this problem, even when using specialized hardware, and it gets broken over and over. Some game systems used security chips (10NES, anyone?) which validated cartridges and refused to run the system if the signatures did not match. It did not work out too well. If you ...



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