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Can Clarion 4.0 programs be secured against illegal copying?

Can Clarion 4.0 programs be secured against illegal copying?

Can Clarion 4.0 programs be secured against illegal copying?

(OP)
   My question is how can I protect my programs, written in Clarion 4.0 & 5.0, from being copied without my permission?

For example:
   Can I incorporate something into my program that will prevent my program from running in another computer?
   If so, how?

Thank you!

RE: Can Clarion 4.0 programs be secured against illegal copying?

Try Das_Registration by Tinman Development
goto www.clarionshop.com
look up security accessories
Easily implement copy protection, serial numbers, network limitations, record limitations, expiration dates, execution limits and file record limitations. Easily adjust each protection scheme by entering a KEY which is unique to each application and customer. This product also features Tinman Development Corporation’s proprietary resource technology to demo-ize your applications.

Clarion 5.5 ; and 5; and 4 experience

RE: Can Clarion 4.0 programs be secured against illegal copying?

I'd looking for this stuff a time ago, and I found several programs that can help. But Two of them get my interest:

1. Is Kenonics Crypkey, wich can protect your software into some stealth an strong protection. There are two flavors, One take your software and wrapp with the protection -I'd have found a Crack in the Web for this protection-. The other one, is including the crypkey's DLLs into your source programs; this last one is more "incrackeable".

About the way the soft is protected, I'd better give ya the address, and take a look!.

http://www.crypkey.com/

2. The Armadillo software protection, is some that I'll try by now, but someone else tell me that is very good.

http://www.siliconrealms.com

Bye.

RE: Can Clarion 4.0 programs be secured against illegal copying?

(OP)
Thank you very much for your response!  I will check out your suggestion.

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