If you are a software developer working on a project that requires serious protection from unauthorized use and copying, you may want to focus on implementing a kind of protection mechanism that is really hard to hack. Despite the diversity of approaches and protection methods available on the market these days, unique system identifiers remain one of the most reliable methods of locking a software license to a specific system. If you are truly concerned with reliable defense of your product and do not want or have time to come up with your own security solution, check out HardwareID DLL a ready component that will give your application ultimate protection from unauthorized use and distribution!
HardwareID DLL is a library supporting Win32 and .NET platforms, all popular Windows versions (9x/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista 32 bit) and working with a number of modern languages, such as Delphi, C++Builder, VC, C#, VB, VB.NET, PowerBuilder, Visual Foxpro and Clarion. It allows you to create a unique fingerprint based on the systems CPU, HDD, BIOS and NIC signatures and subsequently use it to reliably identify the target computer. Equipment information is pulled directly from the system devices, which ensures its validity and hampers hacking attempts. HardwareID DLL also provides an easy way of generating a simplified ID that can be used for product support and other purposes.
Try HardwareID DLL today to find out that efficient protection of your software is a real thing! Just add this library to your project and forget about this aspect of your solution HardwareID DLL is a sentry that is always on guard!
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