posted on Mar, 28 2011 @ 02:46 PM
Originally posted by sprocket2cog
reply to post by JohnPhoenix
If you set the directories permisson to read only once you empty the directory, theres no way new LSO can be written into there, so best to do that,
then you know its not going to place new ones.
According to the Wikipedia article, these are the default locations for the files:
The default storage location for LSO files is operating system-dependent. LSO files are typically stored with a ".SOL" extension, within each
User's directory. Note that for self-executing flash applications run on the local machine will show up as being run on a website, in the folder
%APPDATA%\Macromedia\Flash Player\#SharedObjects\\\\ name>.sol
For AIR Applications: %APPDATA%\\Local Store\#SharedObjects\.swf\ name>.sol
Mac OS X:
~/Library/Preferences/Macromedia/Flash Player/#SharedObjects//// name>.sol
~/Library/Preferences/Macromedia/Flash Player/macromedia.com/support/flashplayer/sys/ name>.sol
For AIR Applications: ~/Library/Preferences//Local Store/#SharedObjects/.swf/ name>.sol
¹ Flash player can save the file in any path specified by the SWF developer, relative to the current domain.
So I would have to set the permissions on each of these directories?
Also notice the Note at the bottom. " Flash player can save the file in any path specified by the SWF developer, relative to the current domain." -
So you may have these files stored in other directories you do not know about.. you cannot protect these directories with your method - is this right?