Java Antidecompiler Readme

Welcome to Java Antidecompiler

This document contains product information about Java Antidecompiler Version 8.5.
Additional information you can find in DZone article.

About Java Antidecompiler

The Java Antidecompiler is a simple anti-piracy software for protecting executable jar files against reverse engineering and plagiarism. It's written in 100% pure Java and requires JRE only. Secure Server Authentication protection is added in Version 8.0 and so you need a web server also (optional).

License Notice

Serial No gives you the right to install any implementation(s) of Java Antidecompiler (Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA, or NetBeans plug-ins, console, and stand-alone applications) to any number of computers belonging to Purchaser as well as to free upgrade/update during 1 year from the purchase date.

System requirements

Any of Linux, Mac OS X, Solaris, or Windows OS
Java 7 or 8


Support of JavaFX is added
Compatibility issues are fixed
Secure Server Authentication is simplified
Memory consumption is reduced

Install your software

Download from
and unzip it into empty folder. You will have files - GUI application - Console application
com-bisguard-java-antidecompiler-netbeans_8.6.0.nbm - NetBeans plug-in - IntelliJ IDEA plug-in
                                                                              - Eclipse lazy plug-in - Eclipse install
/example folder - java and php examples for SSA
eula.txt or license.txt + readme.txt + icon.png + icon.ico

Install Eclipse plug-in

With Eclipse Marketplace Client
start your Eclipse and navigate your browser to and drag Install button to running Eclipse menu bar. Java Antidecompiler plug-in will be installed by Eclipse Marketplace Client
from Eclipse menu select Help->Install New Software...
add site
follow wizard instructions

Lazy installation is as follows
         from downloaded
         into Eclipse dropins directory and then (re)start Eclipse.

IntelliJ IDEA plug-in

         From IntelliJ IDEA menu File -> Settings -> Plugins -> Install plugin from disk...          select this file and follow wizard instructions.

NetBeans plug-in

         NetBeans plug-in installation uses com-bisguard-java-antidecompiler.nbm file.
         From NetBeans menu Tools -> Plugins -> Downloaded tab -> Add Plugins... ->          select Java Antidecompiler item and follow wizard instructions.

To start Java Antidecompiler press File -> Protect... in Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA, or NetBeans menu or, if jar file is inside of workspace, right click on it and press Protect..

Uninstall your software

         Uninstallation process doesn't depend on your OS and is very simple.
         You should simply delete "Java Antidecompiler" directory were you
         unzipped dowloaded file. Java Antidecompiler doesn't add any records
         to Windows registry or system files in others OS.

         Eclipse. Help -> About Eclipse -> Installation Details. Then select
         Java Antidecompiler in Installed Software tab and press Uninstall...
         If you install Java Antidecompiler plug-in by copying jar file into
         Eclipse dropins directory you have to exit Eclipse, delete,
         and start Eclipse again.
         IntelliJ IDEA. File -> Settings -> Plugins. Then select
         Java Antidecompiler in Installed plug-ins list and press Uninstall.
         NetBeans. Tools -> Plugins -> Installed tab. Then select
         Java Antidecompiler in Installed plug-ins list and press Uninstall.

Customer care

BIS Guard & Co. will be glad to answer all your questions. You can reach us by e-mail or
submitting contact us form

Report bugs & issues

We welcome to report issues that may arise on your particular platform and in your particular cases. Reporting of issues is important for us and can help to improve the Java Antidecompiler.

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Copyright © 2018 BIS Guard & Co. ToC User Guide Debugging How It Works EULA Modified Nov 5, 2017