Secure VBA for Microsoft Excel and Word
"Protect your modules and VBA project and make them unviewable."
Description of Software
This small application can make the VBA modules and projects unviewable. Maximum 80 dummy modules are added in the VBA project during protection when binary format option are selected (most secure) to make it more difficult to crack. It is compatible with Microsoft Excel and Word files. Supported file extensions are: xls, xlsm, xlam, xltm, xlsb, xlt, doc, docm, dot, and dotm.
Why you need this? Here are few reasons that this application is necessary to protect your VBA source codes.
1. A password in not enough, a lot of free online tutorials are available to break the VBA password.
2. Reduce piracy of your VBA enable documents, spreadsheets and add-ins.
3. Protect time and money investment you made to write these VBA
4. Protect your code and intellectual property from hackers, crackers or competitors.
5. Hide your secret algorithms
Here's the user friendly interface of SecureVBA.
License key can be deactivated and can be used to another computer.
20201110 - Version 126.96.36.199 - Increased protection level when binary or date stamp option are selected, it will add maximum of 80 dummy modules in the VBA project. Another layer of security added when protecting xlam add-in files.
20201012 - Version 188.8.131.52 - Fixed bug when protecting modules with similar prefix name which are causing corruption of VBA. Added log window in UI. Added custom name in making unviewable modules.
20200929 - Version 184.108.40.206 - Added option to check new version. Confirmation code after deactivation are now written in a text file.
20200812 - Version 220.127.116.11 - Added option to transfer activation by deactivating the key which can be initiated by the user.
20200511 - Version 18.104.22.168 - Added feature to hide modules from GUI
20200416 - Version 22.214.171.124 - Initial release
Instant license delivery.
SecureVBA is compatible with Windows operating system ONLY.
See how it works from the following video.
Excelcrib was founded in November 2017 by Garry, a Microsoft® Office Excel® (MS Excel) enthusiast with background in engineering. He's been using MS Excel for more than 15 years in practice with specialty in VBA.