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Licence Protector 3.1.3

Licence Protector Description

Licence Protector - License Management, Software Protection

You have developed an application and you want to protect it fast, easy, reliable and cost effective?
Licence Protector from Mirage Computer Systems administrates licenses and modules (license manager and control), generates Demo- and time limited versions (trial versions), provides you with software copy protection and supports network license per user, PC/Seat and concurrent user (floating license) testing. Automatic license generation in Online shops is possible (e-commerce option). The Web Activation Server allows activating a license online.
Licence Protector offers encrypted license files with customer made keys per software project and Secure Activation Keys, which can be used only once. No royalty payments. Pay once - distribute as often as you like. Hardware protection using standard USB sticks as an additional option. No royalty payments. Available in multiple languages.
LICENCE PROTECTOR comes in 3 editions to satisfy different requirements: Starter, Basic and Professional Edition.
For additional information see www.Licence-Protector.com

Licence Protector 3.1.3 is licensed as Shareware for the Windows operating system / platform. Licence Protector is provided as a free to try download for all software users (Shareware).

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