Even if you don't have the password for a Quick Batch File Compiler EXE you can still get the batch file source code, it's only hidden in the TMP folder.
And in the latest version, QBFC uses %MYFILES%, which is the "%SYSTEMDRIVE%\Documents and Settings\"%USERNAME%"\Local Settings\Application Data" folder. The output directory changed, but anyone can still get my files I included in my EXE.
So is there any way this could get fixed in the next QBFC version, like hide the files and the source code better?
J Dark Shadow
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