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Password Protecting VIs is Security Through Obscurity

I have a huge problem with password protected VIs. It gives people false assurance that nobody will be able to see the intellectual property contained in a VI’s block diagram (the source code).
The basis of my argument is that, behind the scenes, LabVIEW accesses a VI’s block diagram to recompile it for other platforms [...]

Security at the SubVI Boundary

( LabVIEW and Security )

Anyone who writes software should be concerned about its security. The term “security”, in the context of software, can mean a lot of different things to different people. Software can be secure, in the sense that it exudes confidence because its knows that its developers deeply care about it and love to improve it [...]

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