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Old 01-09-2011, 05:04 PM
Lomex Lomex is offline
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Default Easy and secure software reprotection

Hi folks,

I have here an app, which is protected by FlexLM. I already have it ECC patched and licensed.

I wanna give it to some friends for testing purposes. But to make sure, that they dont give it to another friend and then weeks later its on the Internet, I wanna make sure, that it works only on their PCs.

Whats an easy but still powerfull way to reprotect the patched files so that it works only on their PCs via Hardware ID.

The problems is that I dont have any programming skills.

I looked a bit at VMProtect Ultimate 2.0.6, but it seems that for a keygen for the protected files you need to have C++ skillls, which I dont have.

Or is there any good Video Tutorial out there, who describes all steps to protect a file.

Thanks for any suggestions.


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Old 02-26-2011, 07:18 PM
The.Ugly.Stranger The.Ugly.Stranger is offline
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Hi Lomex,

I guess you could try WinLicense. Licensing features include "Machine binding which allows an application to run on a specific computer only".

Further info in:
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Old 02-28-2011, 03:53 AM
hock hock is offline
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one easy way.
make a license file node locked to his MAC.
give him the patcher and the node locked file.
he can not share it with others.

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