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How can I protect my programs

Posted on 1998-08-10
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Hi,

I want to prefent users of my programs from using it after a periode of time and also after using my application after 30 times use. It has to be simple but not to simple. So for example the periode/time counter may not be distirbed by changing the system clock. I don't know is some one has asked this before, but it's to much work going through about 2700 questions.

Demlin
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It's impossible :-)
Hackers are deathless :-)

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venks earned 50 total points
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Dear Demlin
Nothing is foolproof.
I use a component called Slock which is very good.It is available from
www.kagi.com
All the  best
venks
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