The DataHub archive
contains a script called EncryptScript.g
that makes an encrypted copy of any Gamma script. You can
encrypt your scripts as follows:
- Run the EncryptScript.g script. Here's how.
Right-click on the DataHub icon in the system tray to
open the DataHub menu. You should see a new menu entry:
There are two options for encrypting a file. The
option uses 8-bit
characters, which produces a smaller, faster loading file
than an ASCII file, but it may not transfer properly
through some mail or FTP servers. If that is an issue,
you can use .
Choose either or . This will open a file selection
- Select the Gamma (.g) file
that you want to encrypt. If the encryption succeeds, you
will get a success message. The encrypted script will
have the same name as the original script, except with a
- You can add the encrypted script to your list of
scripts now, and run it. Here's how. The
encrypted script should behave exactly the same as the
.g file, but will be difficult for a
user to examine.
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