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Old April 12th, 2006, 09:10 AM
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Question EXECryptor software protection

Hi all

I'm looking forward to purchase ExeCryptor (www.strongbit.com) to protect my shareware. But before I'd like to know independent opinions/experience if any.

My question is: Anybody uses execryptor? Can you tell me smth about? Are there some problems? Is it cost-effective?

Thank you in advance for any reply

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Old June 21st, 2006, 09:09 AM
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About execryptor I found this one:

>> Here some links:

>> http://www.xheo.com/
>> http://www.aspack.com/asprotect.html
>> http://www.siliconrealms.com/armadillo_engine.shtml
>> http://www.smartassembly.com
>> http://www.eziriz.com
>> http://www.strongbit.com/

> I tried more than listed below protections. The strongest most
> proof most flexible from this list is really EXECryptor form
> http://www.strongbit.com/. It is not only the mine opinion. Most
> software vendors agree > with me. The only thing I cannot
> understand is the absence of reviews of EXECryptor in developer
> press, nor > blogs/white papers. However it has very good opinions
> in different programmer's disscussion. I can assume > it is one
> one things that "its quality sells itself". The other "cons" is
> EXECryptor does not support .NET platform working only for win32
> exe's; dll's and othe PE's and only Windows compatible. However for
> cross-> platform apps licensing there is HardKey License Manager
> (as well from strogbit.com ). It has less 'bullet-
> proof' antireverse/anticrack but more advanced and flexible
> licensing features (however remains unbroken as well as
> EXECryptor). So if smb. really needs to solve cracks/piracy
> problem StrongBit really will DO. By the way as for .NET
> protection (the original thread subject) Strongbit partners with
> dotnet protector author 9Rays and they follozing their press
> release they are planning to create universal app security. I'm
> sure it is the only one protection that warrant attention of people
> looking for commercial program anticrack security tools.

> Regards
> Mad
> EXECryptor user

As for me I'm trying execryptor now... What I can say... Another vote for it

Also there is hot discussion generally about piracy and protection on http://discuss.joelonsoftware.com/default.asp?design.4.354142.23

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