Product Class: System.Product

Homeskillet on the list found something he shouldn’t (unless he’s from the beta and is violating his NDA).

Without divulging what I know, here is the code from the <a href=”″>thread</a>:

foo=new System.product(“blah”);;

I showed the variables, and the output actually describes foo as an instance of the Product class. Interesting…

Meanwhile, I’ve been running a SWF in the background for a few hours now that is looping through every single level between 1 and 3 million. It should be done in a few hours, and by then, I’ll at least know what level that movie is on so we may be able to find out more about it.

5 Replies to “Product Class: System.Product”

  1. Oi, your right! Thanks for that.

    Now, if only to find out the other methods of “Product”, as well as where it is downloading whatever it is downloading.

  2. Jesse,

    I saw the quasimondo write up a while back too, but I think that this could be an interesting way of using a flash movie. It can only look within the local variable “sandbox”, but I got the flash player to detect and open notepad, ie, and also I think it worked with scite. There has got to be a way to change also where the player looks for Flash Central. THere’s got to be a way to change up the variables.

  3. I got it to work with Notepad, too. If you make the folder, it traces that the Product is installed, as well, but not running. I am curious to know what it considers a running program, and how it knows it’s running.

    I don’t think there is a way to change where the player looks, because this is based off of incomplete information that I have heard, but I think that is a good thing.

    What will be nice is additional methods like CustomActions has: list, so we can see all the Products available for download and usage. I am so tempted to waste my time and write a wrapper for it, so when we finally figure out wtf it is, I’ll have a head start for us all.

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