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Product News : CryptoLicensing For ActiveX 2013 released
on 2013/3/1 7:17:01 (569 reads)
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LogicNP Software has released CryptoLicensing For ActiveX 2013 which is a licensing management and copy protection software featuring trials, activation, floating/leased licenses, hardware-locking, domain-locking and more. It supports all VB6, VBA, RealBasic, Delphi, Borland, MFC, ATL, C++, etc applications, libraries, components and controls. CryptoLicensing uses the latest military strength, state-of-the-art cryptographic technology to generate secure and unbreakable licenses to ensure that your software and intellectual property is protected.

The new version has a new Activation Console for management of activated licenses, improved reporting for license validation or other errors, improved tamper checking, new API, fixes and much more!
 
* Protect your intellectual property, increase sales and maximize ROI.
* Variety of licensing rules for the most common licensing scenarios.

    * Cryptographic licenses for full versions of your software.
    * Evaluation or trial versions.
    * Online or manual activation and hardware locking.
    * Network Floating licenses.
    * Leased licenses
    * On-demand licenses.
    * Subscription licenses.
    * And more!

* Flexible and adaptable licensing to suit your exact needs.
* Secure and unbreakable cryptographic licenses offer maximum protection to your   software.
* User friendly activation and hardware locking scheme.
* Fast, reliable, light-weight and simple API to integrate in your software.

For Product Information, visit,: http://www.ssware.com/cryptolicensing/cryptolicensing_ocx.htm

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