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    Lionlev is offline Senior Member
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    Default How do I protect images in my java project?

    Hi, I don't want people that download my game to edit images of the game (The project uses the images that are in the same folder as the jar file)
    Is there a way to create a file that only my project can open and get the images from there?
    Any tips?
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    Default Re: How do I protect images in my java project?

    Stick the images in the jar file.
    Not that that will prevent anyone from extracting them.
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    Default Re: How do I protect images in my java project?

    If it is a desktop app, then go for excelsior jet. It make your app into a setup file hiding all you need to.

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    Default Re: How do I protect images in my java project?

    Quote Originally Posted by gowthamgutha View Post
    If it is a desktop app, then go for excelsior jet. It make your app into a setup file hiding all you need to.
    That doesn't prevent copying of images.

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