Re: Software protection solution



Ari Silverstein wrote:
On Tue, 07 Mar 2006 19:59:54 GMT, Mike Amling wrote:


Since your protection scheme requires a DLL to check if an application
is registered, it is very easy to bypass. It took me about 10 minutes to
write a DLL exporting the same functions which tells every application
that it is registered correctly.

Ha! I was right! I have always insisted that our licensing code be in includes rather than DLLs, for this very reason.


"includes" ? typo, yes, what did you really mean?

He must mean 'libraries rather than DLLs'.

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Phil Frisbie, Jr.
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