I need to put a protection in a software:
-the program can't be used more than 3 times at he same time
-the program can't be transferable to an another computer
-the program can be used in trial, but can't be reinstalled to be used again.
There is never a fail-proof way to protect software.
There is always a lot of discussion about copy protection software vs. hardware. Take a look at this current thread about the problems with a software
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A brief on problem:
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