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Adding to the existing portfolio of some 700 programming languages is a new release candidate for Scramblecode, a security-oriented offering from Danish software vendor ProgramPartner ApS. Scramblecode is all about encryption and safety.
Scramblecode is an easy to learn programming language based on curly brackets and classes,” the company says on its Web site. “It uses encrypted compilation to secure the code, and protects the execution while working with encrypted variables.
The company today announced release candidate 1 (RC1) for Scramblecode, which is available for download and testing that can be done completely off-line on a variety of machines. The Scramblecode package comes with its own IDE, including a code editor, test bench and debugger. The company said that because Scramblecode implements memory encryption, ordinary debugging and memory analysis tools aren’t effective. Built for Windows development, Scramblecode lets coders load a virtual machine (VM) into memory to execute private assembler instructions and it individually protects each instruction and works with encrypted variables in memory. Furthermore, an attack that cracks just one instruction (or even one bit) could crash program execution.
SOURCE – ADTMag.com