CryptoLicensing For .Net 2010 R2 released.


CryptoLicensing for .Net is a 100% .Net solution to add licensing, copy-protection, activation and hardware-locking capabilities to your .Net, Windows Forms (WinForms) and WPF applications, components and controls and ASP.Net web sites.

LogicNP Software is pleased to announce the release of CryptoLicensing For .Net 2010 R2 which is a licensing management and copy protection software featuring trials, activation, floating/leased licenses, hardware-locking, domain-locking and more. It supports all .Net software including Windows Forms (WinForms) and WPF applications, components, controls, ASP.Net web sites, Compact Framework and Silverlight apps. 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 versions supports leased/borrowed floating licenses, domain-locked licenses, support for MySQL and SQLLite database in license service, Date Rollback Detection, verifying local time with license service, support for .Net Client Profile, new API, UI features and 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 More Information on CryptoLicensing,visit,
http://www.ssware.com/cryptolicensing/cryptolicensing_net.htm


Reference: http://www.ssware.com/cryptolicensing/cryptolicensing_net.htm


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