Securityerror error #2060

securityerror error #2060

I just started getting this error message on a page I go to all the time with SecurityError: Error #2060: Security sandbox violation. only when hosted on web server, but when locally I get SecurityError: Error #2060: Security sandbox violation: ExternalInterface caller file etc. error. SecurityError: Error #2060: Security sandbox violation. Needs review. Project: Issuu integration. Version: 6.x-1.x-dev. Component: Code. securityerror error #2060 /Users/admin/Desktop/tour5.swf

I get that this error on very large photos, since the compilation in Player 10, I do not receive these error messages when posting to 9.

It freezes my flash standalone securityerror error #2060 IE, it will turn off completely.

In Chrome, it closed just the entire flash drive.

Any help would be appreciated

Note This is actionscript 2, and I've never seen a before security sandbox error.  Only in AS3 I have.

Flash 10 has more stringent security settings.

and you should have no problem loading this image.  It's your bitmapdata code that triggers the securityerror error #2060 issue.

  • Security Sandbox Violation * when you call a You Tube video

    Hello

    I get an error when I run my SWF says:

    Security Sandbox Violation

    SecurityDomain 'http://s.ytimg.com/YT/swfbin/apiplayer3-vflS6GT64.swf' tried to access incompatible 'file:///C /Users/mww/web/crafty%20copy/10%2D11.swf' context

    My code is

    beginning of the code

    Security.allowDomain ("www.youtube.com");

    var my_playerbject;

    var my_loader:Loader = new Loader();

    my_loader.load (new URLRequest ("http://www.youtube.com/apiplayer?version=3"));

    my_loader.contentLoaderInfo.addEventListener (event. INIT, onLoaderInit);

    function onLoaderInit(e:Event):void {}

    movArticles.movArticle2.videoPlayerHolder.videoMov 2.addChild (my_loader);

    my_player = my_loader.content;

    my_player.addEventListener ("onReady", onPlayerReady);

    }

    function onPlayerReady(e:Event):void {}

    my_player. SetSize (640,360);

    my_player.cueVideoById("CtOj8kpLIlI",0);

    }

    end of the code

    Any help would be much apreciated, thanks

    Figured it out

    added

    Security.allowDomain ("s.ytimg.com");

  • Security Sandbox Violation after upgrade

    I load a local XML data securityerror error #2060 via HTTPService, securityerror error #2060. It worked fine in Flex 2 but after the upgrade to Flex 3, I get the following error:

    Security Sandbox Violation
    Connection to data / act1.xml interrupted - not allowed to file://localhost/./bin-debug/EAL.swf
    [Error CPP faultString = "Error #2148: SWF file file://localhost/./bin-debug/EAL.swf cannot access local resource data / act1.xml."] Only local FaultCode - with system files and confidence of local SWF files can access local resources. ["="InvokeFailed"faultDetail ="null"]

    Then is it someone please help me debug this?

    I put the following in my src directory crossdomain.xml file and it solved the problem on my local machine. I have not tried the online deployment yet.

  • Breach of security sandbox on Air file

    Hello

    I have a bunch of air called "test_sandBox'-> will be installed under"c:\program files\ ".

    This "test_sandBox" will load another swf to c:\test\samp.swf. test_sandBox I used to write another function in function. If I want to add something, I'll add the feature on samp.swf and I will udpate in c:\test\. So at any price ain't in the need to reinstall new air package. I'm not able to update the samp.swf on "c:\program files\" due to a security issue on windows 7. So I decided to update the samp.swf on c:\test\

    the "test_sandBox.fla" have the following code

    import flash.display.Loader;

    init();

    var _defaultLoader:Loader;

    function init()

    {_defaultLoader = new Loader();

    _defaultLoader.contentLoaderInfo.addEventListener (Event.COMPLETE, onGameLoadComplete, false, 0, true);

    var urlRequest:URLRequest = new URLRequest("C:/digient_casino/samp.swf");

    _defaultLoader.load (urlRequest);

    }

    function onGameLoadComplete(e:Event)

    {

    mc.addChild (_defaultLoader.content);

    var mc1 = MovieClip (_defaultLoader.content);

    MC1.updatePath("",stage);

    }

    the samp.fla have the following code:

    import flash.events.Event;

    var stageObject:Object;

    function updatePath (path:String, sObj:Object)

    {

    stageObject = sObj;

    }

    mc.buttonMode = true;

    mc.addEventListener (MouseEvent.CLICK, fullScreen);

    function fullScreen(e:Event)

    {

    stageObject.displayState = StageDisplayState.FULL_SCREEN;

    stage.displayState = StageDisplayState.FULL_SCREEN;

    }

    Question:

    When I run the "test_sandBox'-> she loads the samp.swf and when I press the button fullscreen on the samp.swf it shows the following error

    Security Sandbox Violation

    SecurityDomain 'file:///C:/test/samp.swf' tried to access incompatible context ' app: / test_sandBox.swf.

    SecurityError: Error #2070: security sandbox violation: calling file:///C:/test/samp.swf cannot access stage owned by app: / test_sandBox.swf.

    to flash. display::Stage / get nativeWindow()

    to flash. display::Stage / set displayState()

    at samp_fla::MainTimeline/fullScreen()

    How to solve this problem?

    Thank you

    Siva

    This article describes the problem you are experiencing:

    In short: change the line

    _defaultLoader.load (urlRequest);

    TO

    _defaultLoader.loadBytes (urlRequest);

    Make sure you read the article, why this workaround should only be used during development, because it causes a security risk.

  • I want to load a clip to a charger and there a colorPicker. I get a * sandBox violation *.

    So I have a built _mc and it works fine until I loaded from an external source.

    Here is the code I have for the _mc to load.

    Import fl.events.ColorPickerEvent;
    import flash.geom.ColorTransform;

    -for the bg color picker.

    myColorPicker.selectedColor = 0x6666cc;

    var colorInfo:ColorTransform = myRect_mc.transform.colorTransform;

    myColorPicker.addEventListener (ColorPickerEvent.CHANGE, colorChanged);

    function colorChanged (e:ColorPickerEvent): void {}

    colorInfo.color = myColorPicker.selectedColor;

    myRect_mc.transform.colorTransform = colorInfo;

    myCurrentColor.text = myColorPicker.hexValue;
    }

    -for the text color picker.

    myColorPickerText.selectedColor = 0xffffff;

    var colorInfo2:ColorTransform = textColor_txt.transform.colorTransform;

    myColorPickerText.addEventListener (ColorPickerEvent.CHANGE, colorChanged2);

    function colorChanged2 (e:ColorPickerEvent): void {}

    colorInfo2.color = myColorPickerText.selectedColor;

    textColor_txt.transform.colorTransform = colorInfo2;


    myCurrentColor2.text = myColorPickerText.hexValue;
    }

    -Here's the code for the _mc that makes loading. (I use a ScrollPane as a charger! Loading of the file with the right destination threw securityerror error #2060

    SecurityError: Error #2060: security sandbox violation...

  • SecurityError: Error #2123: security sandbox violation: BitmapData.draw:

    Hello

    I develop a swf in Flash Builder 4.7 to run in the FlashPlayer_sa.exe (11.5). Inside this application, I load another swf in the same folder and inside of it, securityerror error #2060, I load a video from a subfolder.

    To have an effect of paging on my content, I use a copy of the bitmap of the original content, securityerror error #2060. When I have my videos attatched Pop3d authentication error input/output error can do my copy bitmap (copypixels) of the content item and video inside. Now, the "funny" is when I put the video on null stream I get this violation sandboy error:

    SecurityError: Error #2123: security sandbox violation: BitmapData.draw: file:///P:/_projekte/.

    I also add my project folder to the trusted locations in settings global flah. It seems that the verification of the securety has a problem with a stream of the null value and acts like it is from a different domain. A way around this?

    Flash is probably looking for a null file.

    What is the full error message.

  • How can I stop the error code "security sandbox Violation".

    SecurityError: Error #2060: security sandbox violation: ExternalInterface calling https://z.moatads.com/swf/MessageSenderV2.swf cannot access https://static.skypeassets.com/adserver/AdLoader.html?version=1.66.9.
    at flash.external::ExternalInterface$/_initJS()
    at flash.external::ExternalInterface$/call()
    at MessageSenderV2_fla::MainTimeline/frame1()

    [The update by the moderator topic title should be more descriptive. [Original topic title was: 'How to stop this error code?']

    Download this update.

    https://support.Microsoft.com/en-us/KB/3089023

  • Error #2048: Security sandbox Violation

    I worked on it for almost 2 days now, solid with no luck.  Depletion of each article and the suggestion that I ran across, then I hope that the community can help!  In my quest for an answer to this, I hope he can serve a dual purpose and become useful information for other developers is going in this direction.  For some, you can see the contents and figure TL; DR, but I'm hoping to answer any question that might otherwise span multiple messages.

    The goal is to use a socket "binary" for communication between a Flash application and a custom socket server I'm working.  I soon discovered that you must have a file "crossdomain.xml" to the Flash Application communicate via sockets.

    I develop on Windows 7 64 bits, using Flash Professional CS6, Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 and hosting under IIS.

    Eventually I plan on hosting the Application Flash crossdomain.xml on a remote server, but in order to develop what I wanted to try and keep everything on a single development computer.

    My political module Socket server receives the request for the Flash Application and returns the correct answer.

    Incoming packets using Debug-> Debug Movie--> in Flash Professional:

    GET HTTP/1.1 crossdomain.xml

    Accept: text/xml, application/xml, application/xhtml + xml, text/html; q = 0.9, text/plain; q = 0.8, text/css, image/png, image/jpeg, image/gif; q = 0.8, application/x-shockwave-flash, video/mp4; q = 0.9, flv-application/octet-stream; q = 0.8, video/x-flv; q = 0.7, audio/mp4, application/futuresplash, * / *; q = 0.5

    x-flash-version: 11,2,202,228

    User-Agent: Shockwave Flash

    Host: 127.0.0.1:843

    Incoming packets by using control-> test movie-> in the browser:

    Bag #1

    < policy-file-request / >

    Bag #2

    GET HTTP/1.1 crossdomain.xml

    Host: localhost:843

    Connection: keep-alive

    User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537,1 (KHTML, like Gecko) Safari/537,1 of Chrome/21.0.1180.89

    Accept: * / *.

    Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate, securityerror error #2060, sdch

    Accept-Language: en-US, en; q = 0.8

    Accept-Charset: ISO-8859-1, utf-8; q = 0.7, *; q = 0.3

    The response that is returned:

    <? XML version = "1.0"? >

    <! DOCTYPE cross-domain-policy SYSTEM "http://www.adobe.com/xml/dtds/cross-domain-policy.dtd" > ""

    < cross-domain-policy >

    < allow-access-from ports = "" * "domain =" * "/ >"

    < / cross-domain-policy >

    At first I wasn't sure if it worked, until I pulled a copy of a violin and looked at the packages being requested and returned.  Initially I had more entries, but as I read more the crossdomain.xml I discovered all the inputs excluded would be lacking at current values so I started to take them off to test crossdomain.xml configurations, that I've run across.

    Return all the XML content through the socket connection did not work, I found out later that I had to create a HTTP header and then add the XML content.

    I was able to confirm the Application Flash Professional CS6 received the crossdomain.xml when I was running the Application in Debug Mode (debug->-> Debug Movie in Flash Professional) and the generated output the following warning:

    Warning: 127.0.0.1 domain does not specify a meta-policy.  'Master only' default meta-policy for the application.  This configuration is deprecated.  Seehttp://www.adobe.com/go/strict_policy_filesto solve this problem.

    I know that this is easily fixed by simply using a file as crossdomain.xml:

    <? XML version = "1.0"? >

    < ! DOCTYPE cross-domain-policy SYSTEM "http://www.adobe.com/xml/dtds/cross-domain-policy.dtd" > ""

    < cross-domain-policy >

    < site permitted-cross-domain-policies of control = "master only" / >

    < allow-access-from ports = "" * "domain =" * "/ >"

    < / cross-domain-policy >

    Source ActionScript code:

    private void EstablishConnection(): void {}

    var sock: Socket;

    Security.allowDomain("*");

    Security.loadPolicyFile ("http://127.0.0.1:843 / crossdomain.xml" "");

    socks = new Socket();

    sock.addEventListener (Event.CLOSE, closeHandler);

    sock.addEventListener (Event.CONNECT, connectHandler);

    sock.addEventListener (IOErrorEvent.IO_ERROR, ioErrorHandler);

    sock.addEventListener (SecurityErrorEvent.SECURITY_ERROR, securityErrorHandler);

    sock.addEventListener (ProgressEvent.SOCKET_DATA, socketDataHandler);

    sock.connect ("http://127.0.0.1", 8080 ");

    }

    private void closeHandler(event:Event):void {}

    trace ("closeHandler:" + event);

    }

    private void connectHandler(event:Event):void {}

    trace securityerror error #2060 + event);

    }

    private void ioErrorHandler(event:IOErrorEvent):void {}

    trace ("ioErrorHandler:" + event);

    }

    private void securityErrorHandler(event:SecurityErrorEvent):void {}

    trace ("securityErrorHandler:" + event);

    }

    private void socketDataHandler(event:ProgressEvent):void {}

    trace ("socketDataHandler:" + event);

    }

    When I run the Flash Application in debug mode, the following content is displayed in the output window:

    ioErrorHandler: [IOErrorEvent type = "ioError" bubbles = false cancelable = false eventPhase = 2 text = "error #2031: error Socket."] ["URL:http://127.0.0.1"]

    Warning: 127.0.0.1 domain does not specify a meta-policy.  'Master only' default meta-policy for the application.  This configuration is deprecated.  Seehttp://www.adobe.com/go/strict_policy_filesto solve this problem.

    securityErrorHandler: securityerror error #2060 type = "securityError" bubbles = false cancelable = false eventPhase = 2 text = "" error #2048: security sandbox violation: file:///C

    How to fix Skype error 2060: Security sandbox violation

    Skype error #2060

    Skype error 2060: Security sandbox violation can sometimes cause big problems and this error prevents Skype from working properly on windows 10. Most user experiencing this issue said that there Skype freezes and become unusable, fortunately, this guide will fix this in no time.

    What is a security sandbox violation?

    Flash applications run inside a security sandbox which prevents them from accessing data they shouldn’t be. For example, if your application is web-based, it will be forbidden from accessing files on a user’s local hard drive. If the application is not web-based then it will be forbidden from accessing the web.

    When an application attempts to access data outside of its sandbox, you will see an error which looks similar to this:

    Skype error 2060

    Solution:

    First of all, make sure your Skype is up to date and that you have downloaded all the latest Windows 10 updates.

    Method 1:

    Since this is obviously caused by banner ads trying to do irrelevant things, you can just prevent all Skype banner ads to use Flash which would also protect you from potential security issues.

    1.Open Internet Settings in Control Panel, securityerror error #2060, through Internet Explorer’s Tools menu, or simply open run by pressing Windows Key +R then type: inetcpl.cpl

    internet properties

    2.Go to the Security tab and select Restricted Sites.

    3.Click on the Sites button and add

    restricted sites

    4.Close both windows and restart Skype

    This will now prevent all ad banners in Skype to use Flash, which means no more of Skype error 2060.

    You may also see:

    Method 2:

    Installing latest flash player can sometimes solve this issue, securityerror error #2060. That’s it, securityerror error #2060, I hope this guide helped you solve the Skype error 2060. If you still have a doubt regarding any step feel free to comment below.

    How to fixHow to fix Skype errorSecurity sandbox violationSkype error 2060Skype freezes

    #2060 plus a couple other error numbers.  It seems to be coming from/with any site that uses videos, and most sites do that, now.  bus-master dma error

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    These errors didn't start popping up until the last windows update about a week ago.

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    The big question is if Microsoft is going to provide an update to fix the problem.  How about it, Microsoft? 

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    I was getting the same error pop up screen every 30 min. in multiple programs.

    I deleted recent security update KB3087916 and it solved my problem.

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    Richard,

    I just deleted  KB3087916, and that seems to have done the job.  That does put it squarely on the shoulders of MS. 

    Thanks

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    Microsoft have acknowledged a problem in security update KB3087916 released on August 11, securityerror error #2060, 2015, for Adobe Flash Player in Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 8.1:

    Unfortunately, a date as to when they'll release the fix is unknown but it should be soon. Since you cannot install or update Flash Player yourself on Windows 8.1 you would have to wait for Microsoft to push the new update via Windows Update.

    Please just ignore the alerts or error pop-up boxes for now and wait for Microsoft to issue the fix via a new update for Flash Player on Windows 8.1.

    Lenovo ThinkCentre A55-8705/Windows XP Home Edition SP3/.NET3.5SP1/IE8/MSEv4.4.

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    @EVERYONE on this thread:

    UPDATE:

    Can confirm that Microsoft has released a fix (KB3089023) for this issue last night 08/18/2015 - 21:55:00 >

    Please pay special attention to the Prerequisites section therein, particularly:

    "To apply this update (KB3089023)you must first have April 2014 update rollup for Windows RT 8.1, Windows 8.1, and Windows Server 2012 R2 (KB2919355) installed on Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2".

    Trust this fix will get your Flash Player up and running good now ;)

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    Component Inspector. 'www.mydomain.com/folder/file.swf') code of real below.---//

    -It's the frame 4.

    Stop();


    Edit the source file in the settings tab.
    var loader3:Loader = new Loader();

    Links to the function of charger Framework 1.
    trialLoader.addEventListener (Event.COMPLETE, onLoadComplete);

    back_btn.addEventListener (MouseEvent.CLICK, backHandler4);

    function backHandler4(event:MouseEvent):void
    {
    gotoAndStop (1);
    }

    -I know that the answer is simple. Searched the Internet but can't find the answer. Maybe the answer was there, but I did not understand it? I thought it has to do with these and good placement.---// here

    Import fl.events.ColorPickerEvent;
    import flash.geom.ColorTransform;

    -Have you tried placing them in a couple different blanks but not luck, securityerror error #2060. Maybe there's something else I need to import?

    Here's the exact compilor errors I get.---//

    Security Sandbox Violation
    SecurityDomain 'http://www.tetondigitalfx.com/movies/colorPick.swf' tried to access incompatible 'file:///Macintosh%20HD/Users/Austin/Documents/highland/movies/webstuff.swf' context
    SecurityError: Error #2070: security sandbox violation: callinghttp://www.tetondigitalfx.com/movies/colorPick.swfcannot access stage owned by file:///Macintosh%20HD/Users/Austin/Documents/highland/movies/webstuff.swf.
    at flash.display::Stage/requireOwnerPermissions()
    at flash.display::Stage/addEventListener()
    to fl.core::UIComponent/callLaterDispatcher()
    Security Sandbox Violation
    SecurityDomain 'http://www.tetondigitalfx.com/movies/colorPick.swf' tried to access incompatible 'file:///Macintosh%20HD/Users/Austin/Documents/highland/movies/webstuff.swf' context
    SecurityError: Error #2070: security sandbox violation: callinghttp://www.tetondigitalfx.com/movies/colorPick.swfcannot access stage owned by file:///Macintosh%20HD/Users/Austin/Documents/highland/movies/webstuff.swf.
    at flash.display::Stage/requireOwnerPermissions()
    at flash.display::Stage/addEventListener()
    to fl.managers::FocusManager/addFocusables()
    to fl.managers::FocusManager()
    to fl.core::UIComponent/createFocusManager()
    to fl.core::UIComponent/initializeFocusManager()
    to fl.core::UIComponent/addedHandler()
    Security Sandbox Violation
    SecurityDomain 'http://www.tetondigitalfx.com/movies/colorPick.swf' tried to access incompatible 'file:///Macintosh%20HD/Users/Austin/Documents/highland/movies/webstuff.swf' context
    SecurityError: Error #2070: security sandbox violation: callinghttp://www.tetondigitalfx.com/movies/colorPick.swfcannot access stage owned by file:///Macintosh%20HD/Users/Austin/Documents/highland/movies/webstuff.swf.
    at flash.display::Stage/requireOwnerPermissions()
    at flash.display::Stage/addEventListener()
    to fl.core::UIComponent/callLaterDispatcher()
    Security Sandbox Violation
    SecurityDomain 'http://www.tetondigitalfx.com/movies/colorPick.swf' tried to access incompatible 'file:///Macintosh%20HD/Users/Austin/Documents/highland/movies/webstuff.swf' context
    SecurityError: Error #2070: security sandbox violation: callinghttp://www.tetondigitalfx.com/movies/colorPick.swfcannot access stage owned by file:///Macintosh%20HD/Users/Austin/Documents/highland/movies/webstuff.swf.
    at flash.display::Stage/requireOwnerPermissions()
    at flash.display::Stage/addEventListener()
    to fl.managers::FocusManager/addFocusables()
    to fl.managers::FocusManager()
    to fl.core::UIComponent/createFocusManager()
    to fl.core::UIComponent/initializeFocusManager()
    to fl.core::UIComponent/addedHandler()
    Security Sandbox Violation
    SecurityDomain 'http://www.tetondigitalfx.com/movies/colorPick.swf' tried to access incompatible 'file:///Macintosh%20HD/Users/Austin/Documents/highland/movies/webstuff.swf' context
    SecurityError: Error #2070: security sandbox violation: callinghttp://www.tetondigitalfx.com/movies/colorPick.swfcannot access stage owned by file:///Macintosh%20HD/Users/Austin/Documents/highland/movies/webstuff.swf.
    at flash.display::Stage/requireOwnerPermissions()
    at flash.display::Stage/addEventListener()
    to fl.core::UIComponent/callLaterDispatcher()
    Security Sandbox Violation
    SecurityDomain 'http://www.tetondigitalfx.com/movies/colorPick.swf' tried to access incompatible 'file:///Macintosh%20HD/Users/Austin/Documents/highland/movies/webstuff.swf' context
    SecurityError: Error #2070: security sandbox violation: callinghttp://www.tetondigitalfx.com/movies/colorPick.swfcannot access stage owned by file:///Macintosh%20HD/Users/Austin/Documents/highland/movies/webstuff.swf.
    at flash.display::Stage/requireOwnerPermissions()
    at flash.display::Stage/addEventListener()
    to fl.managers::FocusManager/addFocusables()
    to fl.managers::FocusManager()
    to fl.core::UIComponent/createFocusManager()
    to fl.core::UIComponent/initializeFocusManager()
    to fl.core::UIComponent/addedHandler()
    Security Sandbox Violation
    SecurityDomain 'http://www.tetondigitalfx.com/movies/colorPick.swf' tried to access incompatible 'file:///Macintosh%20HD/Users/Austin/Documents/highland/movies/webstuff.swf' context
    SecurityError: Error #2070: security sandbox violation: callinghttp://www.tetondigitalfx.com/movies/colorPick.swfcannot access stage owned by file:///Macintosh%20HD/Users/Austin/Documents/highland/movies/webstuff.swf.
    at flash.display::Stage/requireOwnerPermissions()
    at flash.display::Stage/addEventListener()
    to fl.core::UIComponent/callLaterDispatcher()
    Security Sandbox Violation
    SecurityDomain 'http://www.tetondigitalfx.com/movies/colorPick.swf' tried to access incompatible 'file:///Macintosh%20HD/Users/Austin/Documents/highland/movies/webstuff.swf' context
    SecurityError: Error #2070: security sandbox violation: callinghttp://www.tetondigitalfx.com/movies/colorPick.swfcannot access stage owned by file:///Macintosh%20HD/Users/Austin/Documents/highland/movies/webstuff.swf.
    at flash.display::Stage/requireOwnerPermissions()
    at flash.display::Stage/addEventListener()
    to fl.managers::FocusManager/addFocusables()
    to fl.managers::FocusManager()
    to fl.core::UIComponent/createFocusManager()
    to fl.core::UIComponent/initializeFocusManager()
    to fl.core::UIComponent/addedHandler()

    -I know wow huh, securityerror error #2060. All of these errors are 23 lines of code. Don't know where to start.

    If anyone knows what is happening and can help, I would appreateat it.

    Also, securityerror error #2060, I am self taught and still learning so please explain as if I were ignorant "I just maybe" thank you.

    you have a swf online that is loading a SWF on your computer?  If so, securityerror error #2060, you need the policy files on your computer.

  • Violation of security sandbox while drawing video of CDN on BitmapData

    Hi all

    I get this:

    Error #2123: Security sandbox Violation: BitmapData.draw

    while I try to draw the image of a securityerror error #2060 from a server rtmp on a BitmapData securityerror error #2060. The solutions I found all applicable to a SWF loaded from another domain. This implies to have the logic in this file. However, I don't see any possibility to place logic in the video and have little access to the video server (WOWZA), which there are several and I strangers to forehand because of the CDN load balancing nature.

    Anyone know of any work autour?

    Thanks in advance,

    Manno

    If you do not have access to the server and your CA is not willing to help - there is no work around for rtmp streams.

    SERVER-side must be set to Client.videoSampleAccess.

    Note that the ENTIRE display list that contains the video that streams an unauthorized asset with videoSampleAccess is not available for BitmapData.draw.

  • [FIXED] Violation of the security sandbox in IE and Safari

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