Is it possible?
1. Created application is working toooo slow, looks like there are a lot of memory leaks, there are a lot of pointers. So, please, can you advice some effective tool for run-time errors and memory leaks detection in Visual Studio C++?
2. Is it possible to use ActiveX controls and dynamic libraries without installing an application, by simply running EXE file? It’s means there is no temporary files, all ActiveX controls and DLLs are used from memory buffer.
3. Is it possible in anyway to load a file into memory and then run it
from there? I am working on a file compressor, that can compress and encrypt and save
multiple files as an exe file that can then run the compressed files
after unpacking them to a temp folder. The problem is that I have to
unpack the files to the hard-disk and then run them from there, making
them vulnerable to user that may try to get the original (unprotected)
So the user shouldn't have access to the file operations in the
background. So I need to keep the original unpacked files hidden from
the user, until after they are opened by the unpacker and then deleted.
So users should have no kind of access to the files (should not see
them, open them, should not be able to modify or copy them) but the
unpacker should be able to run them. (that is why I think that the
memory is the best solution)
So is there any way to protect them, like unpacking them directly to
memory and then run them from there? Something like a virtual disk in
4. Flash Player ActiveX is always copying movie from I-net before playing it. Is it possible to load and play flash movies directly from any source without usage of temporary files to protect the movie from any other LOCAL outside access?
5. Is it possible to play flash without flash-player installed? I heard that SWF file and flash player itself may be included into one EXE file.