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Digital Lock 1.0

Designed to protect software products from small-scale end-user applications ...

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  • Last Updated: Oct 3, 2003
  • License: Shareware $39.95
  • OS: Windows 98/ME/2000
  • Requirements: No special requirements
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Digital Lock is a Development software developed by CreateEvent Software. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Digital Lock:

EditByBSEditor: Designed to protect software products from small-scale end-user applications to large-scale enterprise systems, Digital Lock Copy-Protection from CreateEvent Software is aimed at protecting your application from casual end-user copying, large-scale illegal duplication or counterfeiting and very large-scale illegal distribution of licensed software over the Internet. The goal is to Prevent piracy with the maximum use of copy-protection technology so that individual software developers and software companies do not have to spend a lot on taking extra initiatives to stop piracy. Digital Lock can be discretely put into the password licensing type of software-only protection category. However, it has been designed with flexibility and extensibility in mind so that it inherits some features of network license management, can integrate with hardware key protection and is in FACT, a generalized software copy-protection system for applications on 32-bit Windows platforms. Digital Lock also enables software developers to incorporate trial-ware functionality in their applications.
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